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Breaking up with the Shabelles

by The Shabelles

"Breaking Up with The Shabelles" is a plate full of power-pop goodness with a little dab of alt-country, punk and good ol’ fashion rock & roll mixed in. The quadruplets lead you through a journey of a break-up including the good, the bad and the crazy.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Bound
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2. Till The Mornin'
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3. Take It
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4. SOB
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5. Dark Time
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6. Do You Feel Down
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7. Fire and Effigy
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8. A Thing For You
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9. At the Starting (Finish) Line
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10. This Girl of Mine
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11. Red
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12. Car Stereo
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13. I Can't Bite
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Adam Schabow - Vocals, Guitar
Andy Russell - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Emily Mills - Drums, Backing Vocals
Nate Tredinnick - Keys, Tenor Sax, Backing Vocals
Pat Sieben - Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals

Recorded by Andy Russell
Mixed by Patrick Sieben
Produced by The Shabelles

Mastered by Kyle Urban
Recorded at Magic Disco in Madison, WI.

Songs Written by Adam Schabow
Musical Arrangements by The Shabelles

Photography and Art Design by Dave Esmond

www.theshabelles.com

Copyright of The Shabelles and Laundry Basket Music 2011

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