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Grabass Charlestons

Ask Mark Twain

No Idea 170

Released on May 31, 2005

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1 Ask Mark Twain  0%
2 Atlanta Is A Cocaine Town Voted #1  42%
3 The Fucking Song Voted #2  25%
4 Capricornicus  0%
5 Misery Loves Company  0%
6 Best In Shitty  8%
7 Those Dirty Line Cooks Are Mysterious  0%
8 What A Country Voted #3  17%
9 Crazy Plane  0%
10 Goatcheese W/ Milkdud  0%
11 Prosthetic Soul  0%
12 The Laughing Song  8%
13 Evil Uncle  0%
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Danny from Carlotta, CA 
Apr 15 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is definetley a good album, although I must say I enjoyed their first release much more. This one is a little grittier and quite a bit slower. The vocals are still great and rough in the vein of Hot Water Music and Gunmoll. The music is a lot more technical now though. It's slowed down, and it has much more of a country-ish feel than Grabass' previous material. Overall, I'd suggest this album without thinking twice. But if you're just getting into Grabass then I'd suggest 'The Great Story Ever Hula'd' first.

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