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MP3 Nixon´s Head - Enemies List

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Done Dealing
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Never Been Down
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My Black Mood
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The Witness
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English Envy
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Yesterdays Party
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Penultimate
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Enemies List
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Really Starting Something
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Richmond
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Everybody Goes
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Stuck on a station on the car radio, somewhere between AM and FM and from 1967 to 1973, that's where Nixon's Head reveals its Enemies List.

11 MP3 Songs in this album (36:39) !
Related styles: ROCK: Garage Rock, ROCK: British Invasion

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Nixonâs Head marks 25 years of garage-pop independence with the release of Enemies List. Stuck on a station on the car radio, somewhere between AM and FM and from 1967 to 1973, the 11 new songs offer a darker, dare we say, bluesier side of the band. But this isnât your Blueshammer fanâs blues, as the pounding intro by drummer Seth Baer and bassist Mike Frank on the lead-off track âDone Dealingâ quickly indicates. Singer Andy Rosenau and lead guitarist Jim McMahon have their mojo workinâ on âNever Been Down,â but theyâre no friend of the devil. From the concentrated epic guitar jam of âThe Witnessâ (featuring organist Dorothy Haug and Photon Bandâs Art DiFuria) to the slow burn of guitarist Jim Sladeâs âRichmond,â the beat group-obsessed Nixonâs Head has inched into its personal 1969. The bandâs trademark self-mockery and gentle self-loathing are intact on songs like âEnglish Envyâ and âYesterdayâs Partyââand theyâre still having a rave-up on âReally Starting Somethingââbut Enemies List presents a heavier Nixonâs Head, man, the way they were meant to sound.


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