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Signal Burden | Couple Sandwiches Short of a Picnic

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Couple Sandwiches Short of a Picnic

by Signal Burden

Fresh, original, & radio-ready Rock CD that is screaming to the top of the chart. The 3rd LP from Signal Burden includes rock anthems “What you get” & “Steppin Forward” along with Nirvana-esque “Liar, Liar, Liar, Liar”
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. What You Get
3:51 $0.75
2. I Want My Bong
3:17 $0.99
3. Delivery Dude
0:31 album only
4. Liar, Liar, Liar, Liar
3:34 $0.99
5. Steppin Forward
3:11 $0.50
6. Why Haven't We Fought
4:02 $0.50
7. Reticent
3:04 $0.50
8. Facebook Fatigue
3:09 $0.75
9. Two Teeth Grin
3:44 $0.50
10. I'm Onto You
3:04 $0.75
11. Alcoholic Date
3:15 $0.50
12. When I Lost Her
4:04 $0.50
13. It's Just a Dream
3:08 $0.75
14. Go to Sleep
3:02 $0.75
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Album Notes
Signal Burden is an indie band from Philadelphia. Rick(Cackle) Cox is manning the helm for the new CD "Couple Sandwiches short of a picnic" as singer/songwriter/vocs/guitar/bass with drums provided by Josh Philips. The band is currently looking for a guitarist and bassist located in and around the Philadelphia area. Current plans to tour are unknown at this point.

The new CD "Couple Sandwiches short of a picnic" is full of hard-hitting rock and punk anthems with a few well-placed ballads sprinkled in. The rock song "What you get" kicks the album into overdrive followed by "I want my bong" and the very punkish Nirvana-influenced "Liar, Liar, Liar, Liar". "Steppin Forward" then leads the way for a more introspective look on one's call to action while "Why haven't we fought" questions what our species is creating and the ramifications of those actions on our environment. "Reticent" deals with a confused romantic while "Facebook Fatigue" pretty much explains itself. Other notables include "When I lost her" about an untold tragic car accident while "Go to sleep" is somewhat of a funny and demented lullaby for children who refuse to go to sleep. Also, a baby rap song titled "Two-teeth grin".



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