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Throw Rag

Desert Shores

BYO 91

Released on June 3, 2003

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Release number 2 for this Salton Sea, CA self-coined "Sailor Rock" gang, fusing hardcore punk with voodoo swamp boogie & nightmare roots/folk. Produced by Tim Kerr (Makers, Mooney Suzuki, Frigg-A-Go-Go).

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Space Hump Me  12%
2 Hang Up  10%
3 Rule Maker Voted #1  21%
4 Mission's Message  2%
5 Bag Of Glue Voted #2  19%
6 Beware Of The Dog  0%
7 Hollywood  5%
8 Johnny Que Paso?  0%
9 Reno  10%
10 Please Don't Touch Voted #3  19%
11 Bad Seeds  0%
12 Demons In A Row  2%
Come back on or after Tuesday, June 3 to vote for your favorite songs

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Jamie from Gas City, IN 
Dec 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i saw these guys two or three times. they are better live but i would still buy their cds. pirate rock at its best.

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Josh from Jackson, WY 
Aug 24 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is better than I had expected. I had heard the first to tracks; "Swingset Superman" and "She don't want to" on a BYO sampler disc. Both tracks were amazing. I bought the cd hoping a couple tracks would be as good, but every song is just as good. "Tonight the bottle let me down" is an awesome song. I highly recommend this for anyone.

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James from Sierra Madre, CA 
Nov 12 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

most people i talk to either love throw rag live and dont like desert shores or can't stand the band. i, for one, love this cd. while it's nothing earthshattering, it's still a very cool cd in my opinion. the music fits the mood of the singers voice and it has an overall theme to the record, while sometimes becoming a little too blurry from song to song. a solid release in my opinion. good songs are rule maker, bag of glue, and reno.

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Christopher from White Plains, MD 
Oct 29 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i'm only giving 4 stars because the sound isn't as crisp as i'd like, but for an indy label, it's all good. throw rag put on one hell of a live show, though. energy and entertainment for the entire set. i suppose you could file this under punk/rockabilly, but it's fast, hard with good rhythms and true, punk scratchy vocals. it all gels nicely for their "sound". if you like reverend horton heat and sick of it all, give throw rag a try.

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