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Lucero

Nobody's Darlings

East West

Released on May 24, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Watch It Burn  4%
2 Anjalee Voted #2  13%
3 Bikeriders Voted #1  17%
4 Sixteen Voted #3  11%
5 Nobody's Darling  9%
6 And We Fell  7%
7 California  9%
8 Noon As Dark As Midnight  6%
9 Hold Me Close  6%
10 Last Night In Town  6%
11 All The Same To Me  4%
12 The War  9%
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James from Canyon Country, CA 
Mar 26 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

holy shit, where have i been. this band kicks ass... saw dave nichols live and was like alright give lucero a try. damn can't belive how good this album is.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First off the second track off this CD; "Anjalee" has to be one of the best songs I have ever heard. An instant classic in my book. I got turned on this band by that DVD Documentary of their band. When I saw the footage of them making this record I had to get it. This CD is solid throughout, so if you love the country punk like I love the country punk...get it now!

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Danny from Carlotta, CA 
Apr 23 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is Lucero's weakest release yet, no doubt about it. And guess what?... It STILL KICKS ASS. There are only two or three slow ballad songs on this record, much less than the previous albums. They've traded in their old sad Conutry songs for upbeat Southern Rock songs. Some parts will remind you of Lynard Skynard, no joke. I reccomend this to anyone that like Lucero, but if you're just getting into them pick up 'Tennessee' or 'That Much Further West'.

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Matt from Higganum, CT 
Jun 14 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is really great. Definately buy this no matter what kind of music you like. Rock, punk, indie, whatever. This is an all around great cd and can appeal to almost anyone who apprecietes great straight up rock n roll.

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Russell. from Parma, OH 
May 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Lucero has quickly become one of my favorite bands. Like a cross between Avail and a really cool John Mellencamp. Their brand of country-blue collar has hit me like a brick bat. The songs play out like a story of love lost and last nights binge drinking. They do Memphis proud. Tennessee is bar far my favorite album of theirs (I would give that one 6 stars if I could). Their sound progresses with each new album and "Nobody's Darlings" delivers on an unspoken promise of greatness from Lucero. Each album is a book unto itself and "Nobody's Darlings" is a great addition to their library and mine. Lucero is in a class all their own and I for one am damn glad that they exist. An altogether awesome and beautiful album, I cannot reccommend it highly enough. One of the best bands on the damn planet!





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