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Little Bit Burned?

Little Bit Burned?

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Taken with permission from the April 2008 issue of Hot Rock magazine: Suicide Bill has written many songs. 2008's 'A Little Bit....Burned?' has some of his best ones yet (this time he seems to have left the songs that totally suck in his head). Sounds kind of like a mixture of 80's Minneapolis and 70's stadium rock with a generous helping of quiet-acoustic, any-era, comtemplating-complaining. On up-tempo numbers, Dylan shows why he is the best bass player in Rhode Island while John thunders on the drums. George provides the scorching guitar-work that has been his hallmark for years. On the quiet numbers, Bill plays with himself quite proficiently. It's hard to understand why day-jobs aren't a thing of the past for these boys. Bill's songs will bring you to your knees while simultaneously ordering pizza for you with toppings you never knew you wanted. Bill refuses to own an I-Pod so he won't commit to comments on downloading (probably because he isn't bright enough to understand the concept), but he is quoted as saying: 'If you buy this CD it won't be that dissapointing.' I have to agree with him----the picture he drew of Fonzie on the inside is almost worth nothing all by itself. (Article written by Trotman McSnorkelson)

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Artist: Suicide Bill & The Liquors
Title: Little Bit Burned?
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1/04/2008
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 796873046626
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