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Bad Intentions

by Teddy Trigger & the Gatling Guns

Teddy Trigger & the Gatling Guns play drumless rockabilly in a new wrapping, not the authentic kind. All the songs are self-written.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro
1:47 album only
2. Your Responsibility
2:54 album only
3. Early in the Morning
3:00 album only
4. Spring
2:38 album only
5. Who Made That Plan
3:08 album only
6. That Girl
3:35 album only
7. Never Give Up
3:30 album only
8. Havin\' a Time
1:56 album only
9. Stand Upright
3:09 album only
10. Two-Tone Shoes
2:20 album only
11. Rockabilly Man
3:17 album only


Album Notes
Teddy Trigger & the Gatling Guns has played together for 8 years.
In the beginning the band members lived together and rehearsed in a big house outside Oslo,
“playing rockabilly and havin’ a time!”
The band released its debut record on Raucous Records (UK) in 2006, just called ”Teddy Trigger & the Gatling Guns”.

The band plays most of its concerts in the Oslo-area. The style might be described as progressive rockabilly. On the former album the band had a drummer who left to work in another city up north in Norway. Instead of finding a new drummer the band decided to explore a new opportunity: No drummer at all! So on this new album called ”Bad Intentions”, the band has become a drumless rockabilly trio.

The album idea started out as a studio-project but gradually evolved into a full album.
The style is rockabilly, but not authentic rockabilly, nor neo-rockabilly or psycobilly.
Teddy Trigger & the Gatling Guns tries to innovate and plow new ground within rockabilly, sometimes touching country, and sometimes rock. Judge for yourself. All songs are originals, and the topics written about are not necessarily what you usually find in this genre.



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