Sensory Hoverload | Social Hour

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Social Hour

by Sensory Hoverload

A funky hard-rock party album to play at your next social gathering.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. No Pain No Gain
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2. Fucked Up
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3. Punch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album was recorded in New Jersey at a run-down warehouse next to 22, which served as a practice studio for 80's hair metal bands for many years. With their newly recruited bass player, Vegas, and a couple cases of beer, Sensory Hoverload was confident in putting out their best album to date. Feeling a vibe from all those hair metal bands that had done their hard partying in that same building, Sensory Hoverload channelled something that had been caked into the walls decades ago. With energy buzzing and the alcohol taking effect, the power trio ripped into their instruments like a blazing comet funk fireball heading 1,000 miles an hour into a hard-rocking party planet full of naked chicks and ice cold beer. The end result was Social Hour, an album that is sure to raise the hair on the back of your neck! From an epic drum solo to funky bass lines to ripping guitar riffs, Sensory Hoverload is a force to be reckoned with. Hearing is believing!

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