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Get Used to It

Get Used to It

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~ Delirious Tremors

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A great blend of amazing guitar, juiced violin, thumping bass and powerful percussion accented with strong vocals delivering fun, storytelling lyrics makes Delirious Tremors a rock n' roll heavyweight contender. Delirious Tremors delivers a variety of powerful rock 'n roll from the celtic beat of Perfect Love to the emotion of Why. Get Used To It communicates the dilemma of working in the humdrum of a machine shop while Lonely's Are Forever dwells on the plight of the street person. Jinni is very catchy with it's sexy innuendo. Seven Monkeys Plus examines some of our human vices and London Town tells the story of a turn of the 20th century musician in London. The musicianship of John Dendak on a variety of guitars and MIDI guitar coupled with the funky rock violin of Gary Gerber is the backbone of Delirious Tremors with a very active bass supplied by Gil Croft and the awesome percussion of Jamie Ely driving the music home! If you love to rock, you'll love this collection of power! Come feel the power of a real Tremor!

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    Artist: Delirious Tremors
    Title: Get Used to It
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 3/7/2000
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637270120
    UPC: 600665747922
    Item #: SRD574792
    This product is a special order

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