Sensation Junkies | Once for the Money

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Once for the Money

by Sensation Junkies

Picture the demons of Alice in Chain's Layne Staley getting together with Mark Lanegan's infectious voice and Jim Morrison's charisma and intellect. Then weave that entity into rock, psychedelia and blues - the result is simply mesmerizing.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Olalla
2:58 album only
2. Urban Love Song
3:49 album only
3. Never Saw it Coming
3:51 album only
4. Painkiller
4:30 album only
5. Crisis Addict
4:05 album only
6. Dirty Rag
3:33 album only
7. Love is the Reason
4:34 album only
8. Trepid
4:52 album only
9. Space Country
4:40 album only
10. Canine
4:15 album only
11. Blown Apart
4:15 album only
12. Light
2:55 album only
13. Basta! (and bonus track)
7:28 album only


Album Notes
Lots of bands claim to be darkly powerful rock outfits, but few possess the genuine voodoo apparent from
the first notes of "Once for the Money," the Sensation
Junkies' debut album. Led by the raspy throated vocals
and animated stage presence of Chrisopher Blue,
and fueled by 2/3 of critically acclaimed,psychedelic
tinged Seattle trio Neo, Sensation Junkies mine
territory somewhere between the Screaming Trees
and 16 Horsepower.

The thirteen songs contained on "Once for the Money" possess an almost supernatural kind of magic,
whether they're the rollicking "Olalalla," the sinister
"Painkiller" or the anthemic hopefulness of "Love is the
Reason." Live, the band exhibit an undeniably
charged chemistry that has already generated quite a
buzz on stage and charting radio stations
across the US.



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Rich Miller

Buy this disc RIGHT NOW!
If you are a fan of Mark Lanegan's rough, heartbreaking voice or the mysterious, compelling music of 16 Horsepower, then you must buy this disc RIGHT NOW.

Scott Garvey

if jack white was a badass
one of the dirtiest cd's around,not in the obvious way ! i imagine the vocalist ,the loner ,who never get's invited to party's (not that it bothers him)is a huge influence in the room ,that nobody talks to though they all wait on the edge of their seats to hear what he has to say !! this is in my top 15 cd's ever !

d. durbin

Sensation junkies captivate all who are privleged to have heard them!!
If this cd has been recomended to have got to pick it up! Sensation junkies captivate any listener with a musical ear and a taste for fredom. It's all about musical freedom of expression and it's all there. Buy this and learn what it's all about!! U won't be dissapointed