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The Weeks - Gutter Gaunt Gangster download mp3 album
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Album:
Gutter Gaunt Gangster
Style:
Southern Rock, Indie Rock
Released:
2012
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1373 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1809 mb
WMA vers. size:
1484 mb
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4.9 ★
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288

Features Song Lyrics for The Weeks's Gutter Gaunt Gangster album. 1. Goodbye Winston Churchill Lyrics. 2. The House We Grew Up In Lyrics. The Weeks Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The Weeks Lyrics.

Gutter Gaunt Gangster. LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Weeks (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Gutter Gaunt Gangster. It's always good to hear the weeks. This is an interesting album most of it is a repeat of the similar album purchased off their web page, however this is produced better. My only complaint is my record is an ugly poop brown color.

The Weeks debut release on Serpents & Snakes. Nashville rock and roll sludge pop Serpents & Snakes Mississippi Dear Bo Jackson.

The Weeks are an indie rock band from Florence, Mississippi. The band was formed by Cain Barnes, Chaz Lindsay, Cyle Barnes, Damien Bone and Samuel Williams in March 2006 when they were between 14 and 16 years old. The band signed to the Esperanza Plantation label, with the debut album, Comeback Cadillac, released in July 2008. The album blended southern rock and alternative, and featured a duet with labelmate Allie. In March 2011, they returned to Water Valley, Mississippi, to work with Winn McElroy at his Black Wings Studio on the eight songs that encompass a 12" EP entitled, "Gutter Gaunt Gangster", out October 11, 2011, on Esperanza Plantation.

The Weeks( Weeks ) Lyrics StigmataLyrics Slave To The SouthLyrics I've Broken All Your WindowsLyrics Mountains Make Me CrazyLyrics HarmonyLyrics I'm Not Dead YetLyrics. Album list Dear Bo Jackson. The House That We Grew Up In (Single). Gutter Gaunt Gangster (EP). Inside The Pines (Live). 暫存. Previous Page Mojim.

Gutter Gaunt Gangster (2012). The House We Grew Up In. The Weeks are an indie rock band from Jackson, Mississippi. The album blended southern rock and alternative, and featured a duet with labelmate Allie Peden on "Sailor Song". Their debut EP, Rumspringa, followed in 2009.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The House That We Grew Up In
Engineer – Brian Virtue
2 Stigmata
Engineer – Ian Fitchuk, Justin Loucks
3 I've Broken All Your Windows
Engineer – Winn McElroy
4 Slave To The South
Engineer – Winn McElroy
5 Mountains Make Me Crazy
Engineer – Winn McElroy
6 Harmony
Engineer – Winn McElroy
7 Goodbye Winston Churchill
8 I'm Not Dead Yet

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Thirty Tigers
  • Mastered At – Georgetown Masters
  • Manufactured By – Serpents & Snakes
  • Copyright (c) – Serpents & Snakes Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Serpents & Snakes Records

Credits

  • Co-producer – Brian Virtue, The Weeks

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 794504074536

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S&S 002 The Weeks Gutter Gaunt Gangster ‎(LP, Ran) Serpents & Snakes S&S 002 US 2012