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This Is It.

by Silverfish Surfers

Raised between five lakes and Munich Oktoberfest City comes this highly energetic alternative rock quintet with no strings attached. 12 Songs about the things in life that make you either scream - or sing. Play it loud!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Ain't My Day
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2. Know the Way
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3. Pile of Sand
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4. Diminished Brain
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5. I Need a Woman
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6. Parachute
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7. Live Like That
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8. You're Not Alone
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9. Firestarter
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10. Only Without You
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11. Mr. President
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12. Anyway
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Album Notes
For approximately three decades it did seem for granted that these guys would never share the same stage. Too big the objectively musical and subjectively cultural differences. Was it wisdom of age, the ravages of time or simply an inexplicable urge? We will never know.
For one more year and for the same reasons it felt impossible that the five would come to an agreement and find a name for the band. But – they did. Risen from the ashes of once legendary bands like Bokassa’s Fridge, A+P, Fat Chance Hotel, Reardon or Bent Not Broken they dance like a rock. Or rock the dance or ...

Well, here they were, together with the next challenge. Three guitars. Owned by a rocker, a punk and a dude who can tell the others which chord they’re on. "You can't have 3 guitars in one band!" "But the Foo Fighters do have 3 guitars too. And Lynyrd Skynyrd." "But we're not them." "We do not sound like these bands." "Or do we?" No, they do not sound like the Foo Fighters and certainly not like Skynyrd. But you will hear the roots. Along with the energy they put into every song. Because this is what happens, when rockers, punks, indies and who knows what kind of people squeeze into a rather tiny rehearsal space? They come out of it with big tone and style. Huge ambitions too, actually. And sweat-flavored. 

Three guitars leave no room for a horn section – which doesn't matter, cause those trumpet guys usually never show up for rehearsals. Anyway, they found out that this moves the wall of sound into a certain direction. So yes, rock could be a possible category? To make it more complicated the band features 2 and 1/2 singers which is rather unusual, but it provides lots of diversion also for the band itself. Besides this way it's not on one man's shoulders to memorize all the lyrics – and they have many...

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