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We Are Squidd

by Squidd

Fresh new music from the heartland. Eclectic lyrics and a powerful sound.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hummer
3:56 album only
2. Not My Fault
4:39 album only
3. Can't Stop
3:29 album only
4. Brought Me Down
5:00 album only
5. Ed
4:09 album only
6. Cool Guy
6:05 album only
7. Callin'
9:22 album only
8. 40,000 Feet
9:34 album only
9. Goin' On
4:38 album only
10. Changed
7:10 album only
11. The Dog
5:16 album only
12. The Devil
4:35 album only
13. MHMF'S
4:47 album only
14. Cereal Killer - Froot Loop Massacre Guy
4:55 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
On this CD, we wanted to showcase the variety of styles our original music spans.
Before forming SQUIDD, each of us had decades of experience playing all manner of different musical styles. The result of this is that the SQUIDD original material falls into many different style genres.
We feel this selection of songs gives a pretty good idea of what SQUIDD music is all about.

Girl Got A Hummer – Sounds kind of like a Tom Petty song. We decided to start with a song on the “Pop” side of rock. Of course that means it had to be a love song. There’s something sexy about a woman with tools and a hard hat.
Not My Fault – A garage faux-punk song. Sources of inspiration; A) Some dude in a bar in Mississippi who was wearing a T-shirt that read “Blame My Parents”, B) Lawyers, C) Jake Blues (John Belushi)
Ed – Most would call this one metal. What can I say…we rock and you know it.
Can’t Stop – 90's grunge, full of pain and power chords. Sometimes love can be confusing….
Brought Me Down –60's rock ballad...on Prozac. Sometimes love can hurt….
Cool Guy – Classic surf-a-billy. Surf’s up!! Hit the Beach, Boys!
Callin’ –Blues and alabaster funk. A monster blues jam inspired by someone’s’ ex, profound grief, and the promise of the joys of the next life.
40,000 Feet – Rock and alabaster funk. Another “jam” song. Written on the back of a barf bag on a trans-Atlantic flight. When you’re looking out the window of the plane all you see is the beauty of the earth, not the ugliness of the human condition.
Goin’ On – More power rock. A tribute to AC-DC and stalkers everywhere.
Changed – Go with hard rock on this one. Classic story of the werewolf. Headphones and high volume essential for maximum enjoyment. We wanted to over-produce one song and this is it. You want sustain…buy a Gibson.
The Dog – Think Deep Purple/BOC here. More epic rock. Words and music by our good friend Steve Chestney of the band Bad Halo.
The Devil – More hard rock. A true story about…you guessed it! Back-up vocals by Hell’s Glee Club arranged and directed by Erik Nelson.
MHMF – More of the patented SQUIDD "alabaster funk". Not left, not right, just pissed off! This one is chock full of offensive words. See comment above about Gibson guitars.



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Sara Whitlatch

Rock On!
This is a great album! It's quality in every aspect of the music. Each song has it's own unique sound, and they all rock! I haven't stopped listening to this album since I got it! I definitely recommend this album to everyone!