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Union Dale

Union Dale

[CD]

~ Hitchin' Cricket

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An eighth of outlaw country and an ounce of raw blues and rock 'n' roll are rolled up tightly for the third album release from Hitchin' Cricket. "Union Dale" is country, blues and rock 'n' roll medication for your family, friends, saloons, lovers and our soldiers. The album features 10 music tracks of refuge digitally mastered for the easement of your mind. Feel free to take some time alone and inject some acoustic ballads like "Dream Love" and "Mountain Sky" into your day. Add a whipping of drunken blues on "Nine and Ten Beers" followed by the small town lyrics and sound to the album title, "Union Dale." Fans will be delighted to hear "Magic Poo" and "I'll Take the Man Out" come out strong adding deja-vu to the already confused spaces around them. Whether you prefer the numbing country ballads on the band's first album "Jay," or the shouting explosive blues riffs on "The Effects of Anything," you'll sure to be on the picket line demanding ice water for your dry mouth while dancing and singing the simple messages from their newest release.

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    Artist: Hitchin' Cricket
    Title: Union Dale
    Genre: Country
    Release Date: 4/22/2008
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637323754
    UPC: 796873057592
    Item #: SRD305759
    This product is a special order

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