Subdeacons | Half of Twenty-Six

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Half of Twenty-Six

by Subdeacons

Melodic rock/pop, middlin' to hard.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Forming a Circuit
3:59 album only
2. Acquainted
3:43 album only
3. Professional Odd Best Friend
3:11 album only
4. Id Junkie
3:55 album only
5. Better You
5:00 album only
6. Sorry Dad
2:42 album only
7. Blue and Rough
2:50 album only
8. Breathe It In
3:09 album only
9. Not To Be Confused With Love
3:01 album only
10. I Don't Know How To Live
4:01 album only
11. Long As Days
3:48 album only
12. Melting Through the Bed
2:18 album only
13. Magic Number
4:00 album only


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South of Mainstream

would have a mood stone looking like a disco ball
The Subdeacons were relatively entertaining with the Camel Light perched in its usual spot at the side of my mouth; however, this music is definitely designed to be enjoyed with various other combustible materials in use. They have a 60’s Fleetwood Mac singing style combined with a mellowed-out Sex Pistol’s/Pulp Fiction type music.

Half of 26 contains some creative lyrics and some lyrics that make you go “huh?” Music that would have a mood stone looking like a disco ball combined with a rebellious tone makes for an album that merits a place among those bands that you’ve been meaning to check out.

To the Band: I would love to see you guys live. I imagine you’re a great jam band. You may want to shoot for lyrics that make sense to the rest of us. While I’m sure every word has some significance in your world, the rest of us live out here. That being said, Nirvana, The Beatles and The Dead were pretty successful with those “lyrics that make you go ‘huh?’” Rock on, gentlemen.

Thespian Jones

Fresh...rigid yet flexible...creates a warm spot down below (where it counts!)
I like primal and this delivers. Everyone who listened to it with me that fateful night all went away moistened by it.We danced, too, which is unusual. Go get it, tigers!

Heart-Attack Jacque

Que'll Fromage!
Where I come from, hogs are tied and beer thrown down. This kinda bop keeps the pace. Make it yours - too late for Christmas gifts, but what a bitchin' Arbor Day purchase!