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Somebody Better Get a Room

by The Catholic Girls

Explosive rock tunes like "Don't Cry" and "Gone" ranging to pop-influenced "Somebody Better Get A Room" and the heartfelt memorial anthem "Without A Country" along with five live raw/acoustic tracks.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Don't Cry
4:32 $0.99
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2. Somebody Better Get a Room
3:27 $0.99
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3. Without a Country
4:26 $0.99
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4. Gone
3:09 $0.99
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5. Shame on You (Live)
5:50 $0.99
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6. Where's the Logic (Live)
4:10 $0.99
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7. Kiss Me One More Time (Live)
5:30 $0.99
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8. God Made You (Live)
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9. Young Boys (Live)
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10. Thank You Bob
0:38 $0.99
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11. Thank You Louis
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Somebody Better Get A Room - Release: Jan 17, 2017
THE BAND
Gail Petersen (lead vocals/ rhythm guitar)
Roxy Andersen (lead guitar/ backing vocals)
Doreen Holmes (drums and percussion)
and one guy
Steve Berger (bass)

THE MUSIC
The Catholic Girls new CD — SOMEBODY BETTER GET A ROOM includes 4 recent studio recorded tunes, radio-ready and listener-friendly. Don’t Cry is a high-intensity answer to (and next chapter of) Boys Can Cry (single from first major label album). It’s a pounding, punk-meets-pop-meets-garage blast with distorted guitar riffs plus the CG’s distinctive clean 8ths driving it forward; an in-your-face tune about a “born again broken heart” who decides “I won’t cry—don’t you”! Somebody Better Get a Room is a catchy pop rock song with a Beatlesque opening and ending and beautiful vocal harmonies. It’s about physical attraction, the urgent drive toward what could be love, and the possible end of the world if the need is not fulfilled. Without a Country is a heart-wrenching ballad for our time and for all the ages. In a way, it is a memoriam for the world that was and maybe a wish for what it could be. The song evolves on multiple levels touching on the themes of true homelessness, the feeling of being a lost stranger in a strange, changing world, and the universal desire to find, or return to, where there is “no place like” — home. Gone is a pounding guitar and vocal-driven rocker exploring the eternal question – Is it true that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone, especially when it comes to love? It features a Vocal Only opening, an orchestral lead break and a dramatic closing crescendo “I’m going, going… gone.” These four are followed by five songs that were recorded in Bordentown, NJ when the band performed a rare “all acoustic” show with nothing more elaborate than a simple camera for a recording device. All these tunes are from previous albums complete with adlibs, a few missteps (yes, sometimes its difficult to actually hear your own music on stage and vocals and guitars can falter), some insider intros, a fabulous audience and absolutely NO post production alterations to the real, live, absolutely unedited performances. Its all about what’s REALLY raw in rock and what makes a rock group “a rock group.” And how a group can love their music, stand the test of time, and continue, always, to maintain “the dream and the drive” to keep creating great music with a depth and vision that serves as an honest tribute to the audience that has supported the band from the 1980s... into forever.

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