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See Red

by The Supreme Soviet of Love

Wry, over-the-top garage rock and roll full of laconic observations about relationships, family, politics, and that finger you keep throwing at the gathering dusk; from Saint Paul's The Supreme Soviet of Love.
Genre: Rock: Heartland Rock
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1. Almost Monday
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2. My Merciless Land
4:40 $0.99
3. Fourth of July
5:27 $0.99
4. Snake
2:56 $0.99
5. Shotgun
4:08 $0.99
6. Chicago
7:04 $0.99
7. You'll Never Know
4:02 $0.99
8. The Wonders Each New Day Brings
3:40 $0.99
9. I See Red
4:23 $0.99
10. Smells Like Snow (feat. Julia Erynn & Alyssa Crum)
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11. Great Northern Avenue
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12. The Ugly Lights
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Album Notes
The Supreme Soviet of Love's debut album, "See Red" is story about the rock and roller - after he's had kids, lived a bunch of life, but didn't *quite* settle down.

Songwriter and guitarist Mitch Berg spins tales with a cast of characters whose lives have evolved from take-no-prisoners rockers, through relationships, families, ups and downs, and dreams rattling against the walls of their garages even as they shoo the wolves of the outside world away from their doors. With songs about love and loss, observations about being trapped in a world you never made, and acrid bursts of righteous political anger, "See Red" is a never the same album twice.

From songs about love and its shrapnel ("The Wonders Each New Day Brings", "Shotgun"), to red-hot shards of long-post-punk social and political dissent ("I See Red", "My Merciless Land") to hanging by your fingernails to that 20 year you that's still way in the back of your head ("Almost Monday"), to mornings after, good and bad ("The Ugly Lights"), "See Red" isn't about the years; it's about the mileage.

Producer: Mitch Berg
Engineering, mixing, mastering and additional production: Tony Williamette, Minnehaha Recording Company, Minneapolis
Recorded at Minnehaha Recording Company, Minneapolis and Brain Tan Studio, Saint Paul.



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