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Place You Call Home

by Radio Nationals

They successfully combine elements of rock & roll, pop, and to create a uniquely American rock sound that critics have compared to Neil Young and Wilco.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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2. Ghosts In The Room
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3. Backseat Queen
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4. Black Lung
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5. Hollow
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6. Golden
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7. Tie Me Down
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8. Katie Dear
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9. See You In New York
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10. Fall Down
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11. Gone
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Album Notes
Seattle, WA

Ask fans of Radio Nationals what they like about the band, and you're bound to hear a variety of answers. It seems that each person hears something slightly different in the band's music that appeals to them. For some, it's the twangy, roots-oriented sound that defines the band. For others, it's the melodic pop songs that seem to stick in your head for days. For others still, it's the incendiary live shows that have made Radio Nationals well known throughout the Northwest.

Radio Nationals successfully combine elements of rock & roll, pop, and country to create a uniquely American rock sound that critics have compared to Neil Young, the Replacements, and Wilco. The band can go from distortion-filled aggression that leaves the crowd begging for more to tortured, crying-in-your-beer songs that confirm the band's country roots. Combining a solid rock foundation with melodic grit, Radio Nationals deliver catchy vocal hooks and original music that sound both fresh and timeless.

Radio Nationals is one of Seattle's top bands and they regularly bring their unforgettable live performances to other Northwest cities including Portland, Boise, and Bellingham, playing with such national acts as Buffalo Tom, Mike Watt, and R.E.M.'s Peter Buck. Buck surprised the band by joining them onstage during a recent performance at the Crocodile Cafe in Seattle. The band was doing a fiery cover of R.E.M.'s 'Driver 8' when Buck was moved to grab a guitar and jump on stage to join them. Shows like this are the reason that Radio Nationals quickly moved up the ranks of the Seattle scene, securing headlining spots at every major club in town.

The new full-length album, Place You Call Home, is the follow-up to the band's debut EP, Exit 110. Songs range from the love/hate relationships with our own personal demons to dealing with the lost dreams which often accompany small town life. With these timeless themes and catchy hooks, Radio Nationals prove that they are a force to be reckoned with in the chaotic world of rock & roll.



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Great album
Unfortunately I'm a late-comer to the Radio Nationals. Drinking beer in a dive bar in Boston, I asked the bartender what was playing. He let the entire album play and the next day I ordered Place You Call Home from CD Baby (what a great distributor! Thanks, CD Baby!). Too bad the band is no more (according to their web site). I'll have to buy old albums and catch up on their great music. Long live the Radio Nationals!

Craig Schultz

This excellent Americana offering delivers. Great guitar work and songwriting. A
You can easily imagine this music played live in a small club to even greater effect. This one will stay in heavy rotation in the car for some time.


Great stuff !! Great Scott !!
Really liked all of it, specially focusing on vocals, great stuff, the stuff of legends, if anybody is to blame about givin' it to a Dutch booking agent it's bound to be me since I freelance for one:-)


Great stuff from Radio Nationals- this CD hasn't left my CD player since I received it! RN has a real American sound with twangy guitars and touching, soulful lyrics. I can't wait for more, guys! So refreshing to find a true gem amidst all the corporate rock garbage out there these days. One of my all time favorite CDs ever!