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Age Of Uncertainty

by Seven 40 Seven

Super charged rock and roll peppered with punk and rockabilly.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Calaveras
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2. Reseda Stomp
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3. 23
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4. Fatal Mistake
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5. Hell Yeah I wanna Drink
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6. Hang Tough
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7. Age Of Uncertainty
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8. Wrecking Ball
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9. I Stand Corrected
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10. Don\'t Cry Baby, You ain\'t Gettin Old
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11. Come Over Tonight
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12. Sanctuary
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"Age Of Uncertainty" is the third album from Los Angeles based band Seven40Seven. It's the second release on Rankoutsider Records, the introduction to drummer Juanny Rotten and the last album featuring Daniel Franco. This ground breaking album was recorded by legendary producer / engineer Earle Mankey. "Age of Uncertainty" was recorded in the traditional style of the 50's and 60's in live form and is full of Seven40Seven's trademark supercharged rock-n-roll featuring highlights like "Fatal Mistake", "23", "Reseda Stomp" and the drinkers anthem "Hell Yeah I wanna Drink". This album also features Tribute to Los Angeles Legends Thelonious Monster's" Hang Tough" and a heavy electric version of Pat Todd's "Don't Cry Baby, You Ain't Gettin' Old"(Lazy Cowgirls). The band continues on as a three piece unit and is always working on new material and looking to the future for great things to happen. Good tunes, good times and rock-n-roll.

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