Low Road: Demolition1990-1997

Low Road: Demolition1990-1997
Title: Demolition1990-1997
Label: CD Baby

THE LOW ROAD Mike Brenner-Vocals, Guitar Alan Hewitt-Upright Bass Rosie McNamara-Violin,Vocals Palmer Yale-Harmonica Mark Schreiber-Drums and Percussion 'From the sexy cacophony of 'Torso' to Rosie McNamara's sweet vocals on 'The Irish Queen' and 'The Fringes' to the harmonica-sparked reworking of the Clash's 'Train In Vain',Demolition captures The Low Road's free-spiited inventiveness.It stands as their best album.' Dan DeLuca-Philadelphia Inquirer 12/97 *Included as one of the 10 Best Local Records Of The Year* 'A compilation of demos and outtakes that proves why this crafty folk band got signed in the first place.' Neil Gladstone-Philadelphia City Paper 1/98 'Demolition perfectly documents a point when the band had a head full of steam and the city,at the dawn of the shiny happy 90's,was more than willing to go with them.' Joey Sweeney-Philadelphia Weekly 10/97.

1.1 Majority Whip
1.2 Careful
1.3 The Fringes
1.4 She Smokes Too Much
1.5 Wicked Was the Wind
1.6 The Irish Queen
1.7 I Know What You'll Look Like
1.8 Torso
1.9 An Ounce of Sleep
1.10 Train in Vain
1.11 Spiff Me
1.12 Weekly Farewell
1.13 So Anyway
1.14 By the Wall
1.15 Soweto, Pa
1.16 Strong Strapping Gent
1.17 Sappy
1.18 The Road to Cairo
1.19 Not Coming Home

Low Road: Demolition1990-1997

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