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Whiskey Bent & Hell Bound

by Pick Pocket

Pick Pocket plays thoughtful, rootsy rock that you can dance to.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Algebra
5:11 album only
2. Fool For Me
3:06 album only
3. Green Light
2:43 album only
4. Embrace Your Vice
4:44 album only
5. Providence
3:56 album only
6. Postcards
2:57 album only
7. Transit
2:32 album only
8. Blind Again
3:47 album only
9. Little White Hyundai
1:40 album only
10. Whiskey
3:48 album only


Album Notes
Pick Pocket has been playing rock clubs thoughout The New Jersey Area for years, in one form or another.The vast variety of its members' musical influences help to create a unique that is been descibed as refreshingly original.Their new album, "Whiskey Bent & Hell Bound", holds particular significance to them, as it was released while their bassist and brother, Joe, was serving as a U.S. Marine in the war in Iraq.



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Hell Yeah

Well done
the album is well crafted, it's kinda folky stlye with crunchy guitars and dance-able parts. The album/booklet is actually a comic.
I'd recomend it a buy.

Heaven Bound

a well-produced eclectic mix of emotions strung together into a cohesive express
First of all, this album SOUNDS fabulous. The engineering and production is top notch. Secondly, the artwork is soooo awesome. Worth buying for the artwork alone. As for the actual tunes, i gotta say its well done. Truly a mix of emotions all strung together to form a cohesive living breathing piece of art. Listening to the lyrics, you can tell the songwriter comes from the school of folk but the band mixes what sounds like a liquor cabinet full of influences into a sound that really doesnt fall into any traditional categories. The guitar work is incredible. Totally melodic and strong. Very moving. Overall I feel like this album is for listening to with your best friends, reflecting on times gone by and dreaming of the better times to come. I dig it, totally worth the buy.

Brian Ponto

Sweet Bourbon, the Brownest of the Brown Liquors
CD baby is a great way to sell these CD's since, if you go see Pick Pocket, good luck remembering you actually bought it. Also, that tall woman who hangs out at the local taverns in Jersey, yeah she's a he...and good luck at remembering that as well...in fact good luck remembering anything after seeing a band who's debut's name goes by "Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound".
This band can wail, sing and, oh yes....they drink. So, remember ..it's usually 5$ to see pickpocket, you can always buy the album here (which is pretty darn catchy)...and most importantly; girls have wide hips and small hands.
have fun!
PS, I hear the art is pretty good too.

Eileen Dudley

Nice, tight cd with great lyrics
This has been in my player since I received it - great musicianship and lyrics that keep surprising. A really good cd that I hope will be the first of many.

Mike Polidoro

Pick Pocket Does Not Dissapoint On Debut Album
Whiskey Bent & Hell Bound really displays the versatility of Pick Pocket, and the album is nothing short of amazing. Musically and lyrically this album really shows the talent of Pick Pocket, and leaves the fans wanting more and more. This is definitely an album that should always be in your cd player, and the artwork and the layout of the album is quite impressive. Whiskey Bent & Hell Bound captures the true essence of a band that is both hardworking and really dedicated to their music, and their fans. This is by far one of the best albums I have ever purchased from a small local band who is just starting out, and if you buy it, do not expect to be dissapointed. I'm really looking forward to their second release which I expect to be even better.