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Box of Hammers

by Brain Surgeons

Grit rock
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Saint Vitus Dance
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2. Locked Up
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3. Gun
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4. I'm On Fire
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5. 'lil Egypt
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6. Earthquake Boogie
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7. Donkey Show
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8. Date With a Guitar
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9. End in Tears
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10. Tender Was the Night
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11. Operation Luv
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12. Laura's Plastic Swords
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13. Casa Del Sol
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14. Overture
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The third Brain Surgeons release, this album was the Brain Surgeons' first foray out of the garage and into legitimate studios, co-produced, engineered and mixed by platinum-award winning engineer, Paul Special. Guests include indie god Don Fleming, goddesses Felice Rosser, Tara Key and indie group, The Cucumbers.

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Darrell V

Box of Rock
Loved every song on this album, from St. Vitus, to Gun to Donkey Show to Overture, every song had a groove or beat that you can`t get enough of. A.B.`s drumming hits you right between the ears, and D.F.`s most polished vocals IMO. Quickly became a rotation workhorse in my personal CD arsenal.
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This is filled with unbelievable gems like "Locked Up" (imagine what Sting might have learned from "Don't Fear the Reaper" in addition to "Message In A Bottle"). A great cover of "I'm On Fire" might not be what you would expect from a Blue Oyster Cult offshoot, but that group's live heyday was also marked by equally inspired interpretations of other inspired artists. A must for power-pop devoteés and Dwight Twilley fans, too!
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