Tijuana Hercules | The Almanack of Bad Luck

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The Almanack of Bad Luck

by Tijuana Hercules

Swampy Americana blues rock that will tear your heart out.
Genre: Blues: Dirty Blues
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1. Quicksand Passin’ Through
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2. Down in the Bottom Lines
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3. These Rough Patches
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4. Light My Way
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5. Why? Why? Why?
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6. Comin’ On Hard Times
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7. When the World Was Flat
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8. Breakin’ a Leg Ain’t Always Good Luck
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9. Bring On the Firing Squad
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10. No Way Out
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11. No Matter What
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12. Burned Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
March toward Depression in grand company.
Tijuana Hercules’s The Almanack of Bad Luck makes the Book of Job look like a cakewalk.

Wallow in your sorrow with this Americana junkyard orchestra of wandering gypsies.
A brass band, wah-wah diddley bow, electric washboard, Jew’s harp, and kettle drums surround the nightmare observations of multi-instrumentalist/singer/composer John Vernon Forbes.

This beautifully gloomy new release is Tijuana Hercules’s 2nd full-length album, after several EP’s, compilations, and a 45.

The Almanack of Bad Luck: Despair never sounded so good.


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