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Dirty Water

by Snowblynd

Motor City Dixie Rock N Roll.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blood, Guts & Gasoline
3:40 $0.99
2. Dirty Water
4:07 $0.99
3. Carry On
4:16 $0.99
4. The Ride
4:34 $0.99
5. Lust 'N' Liquor
3:30 $0.99
6. Little Miss Misery
6:33 $0.99
7. Cryin' Shame
4:02 $0.99
8. Happiness & Sorrow
3:28 $0.99
9. The Mask
2:52 $0.99
10. One Time Ain't Enough
3:36 $0.99
11. Bonus Track - She Believed
5:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
Current mood: accomplished

Song of the Day: Snowblynd

Artist: Snowblynd
Track: "Little Miss Misery"
Album: Dirty Water


Hailing from Columbus, but delving into the mythology of the American South in similar ways as Lyrnyrd Skynryd, Molly Hatchet and Charlie Daniels, Snowblynd has picked gained national recognition with tracks from their debut album.

Currently, singles from Dirty Water are appearing regularly on, an internet radio site, and the five-piece outfit is playing across the state throughout October.

Now this is Southern rock, with twang and grit and a bit of a drawl, and all those things are dangerous nowadays. Why? Because people who fear country music can lump everything with twang into a gaping black hole.

But this music here rests squarely apart from the likes of Toby Keith. Sample a few tracks, and you'll see that this band seems to have some of the same problem rockists and other music fans have with contemporary country - even the popular singles claiming to be influenced by rock 'n' roll.

Their music, which has been expertly produced and stands ready-to-blare, deals with rural settings, the mighty Mississippi, guts, blood and gasoline. But the Columbus band is smart about it, and the melodies ring out with a one-two punch of distorted guitar and the vocals of frontman Brad Williams.

On tracks like "Little Miss Misery" and "Dirty Water," the band manages to avoid the melodramatic mall-core of Nickelback and the boots-'n'-gravy nonsense of most mainstream country music. The results are a handful of decent tracks perfect for a late night at a local saloon.



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Just got this cd today and I'm lovin it. Its definitely a southern swagger about it with some great gutsy vocals and fantastic musicianship, and no they ain't related to me! These guys have a bright future and I for one wish them all the best with it. If you like ballsy southern fried rock, buy this.


Dirty Water CD is Great
I saw Snowblynd open for Rosie and I thoght to myself these guy's are good. The next day I bought there Debute CD "Dirty Water". The CD is Realy good old style rock. They have sound similar to the Black Crowes, Tom Petty, old Rod Stewart. I can't beleieve there from my town of Columbus Ohio. I plan to see future showes.

Joe Johnson

Southern Rock
Southern rock like it's always been. I was surprised to see the Stones mentioned in 'recommended'. I was glad that they themselves mentioned Hatchett, because I was thinking 38 Special and Hatchett. Lots of fuzz. Lots of bass. Lots of punch.

Too bad few ever heard of, Pumpjack. But . . anyway. Great stuff, great covers. What can I say - relaxing.