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Deal's Gone Bad

Far From Home

Released on May 24, 2011

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Two new tracks from Chicago's Deal's Gone Bad. Side A is their original soul scorcher, "Far From Home". Side B is their own take on an Otis Redding classic, "These Arms of Mine". Limited edition of 500 on black vinyl.

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Josh from Portsmouth, VA 
Jul 31 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Far From Home is exactly what you needed from DGB, it is a punch in the face of ska and soul, and slow to fast tempos on one side, and steady groovin music on the other, this was definitely needed as it is a token to the world that DGB hasn't gone anywhere. Thanks for the melodies boys.

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