The Puritans | Sing the Hymns of Shoutin Abner Pim

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Sing the Hymns of Shoutin Abner Pim

by The Puritans

Call it psychobilly, garage-jazz, or blues punk. you decide.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
They were from Calgary. They turned heads. Then they quit before garage rock came back into vogue.

"If ever there was any reason to get out and check a live set from a band whose CD made yer eyebrows jump off your fat head, THIS band is THAT reason...." said Flipside magazine.

Punk rock, blues, swing, and psychobilly collided in their music executed with deft musicianship and reckless abandon.

Now you can play catch-up with a best-kept secret of garage punk.

P.S. Two members now play with The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir.

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Lynn Vigar

What a mix!
So cool. I really like this fusion of style and even though I've played my copy of the CD more than 20 times in 3 weeks, it's still fresh.
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Freaknugget

Good stuff!
It isn't as good as their "Marquee Themes" album but it still beats anything from the top 40 list hands down! If you loved their other album you NEED this too!
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