Artist: Jr Juggernaut
Album: Ghost Poison
Label: Suburban Home
Playtime: 43:05 min
Rip date: 2008-04-25
Street date: 2008-00-00
Size: 68.49 MB
Quality: 210 kbps / 4410kHz / Joint Stereo
- Release Notes -
"Ghost Poison" is the debut album of L.A. rockers, Jr. Juggernaut. I first
heard about the band when talking to singer/songwriter, Jeff Caudill. He said
that he thought I might like what Jr Juggernaut were doing based off of some
of the records we had recently released. Shortly after that conversation, I
received a CD from the band and as Jeff suggested, I loved what I heard. It
wasn't long after that I found out that I have known the drummer, Wal
Rashidi, for years and years and that Jr. Juggernaut had been supporting many
of the Southern California shows that Armchair Martian, Drag the River, and
Two Cow Garage had played. Finding all this out pretty much sold me on the
I met up with the guys for lunch in L.A. when I went out to see the Playing
Favorites' release shows and I got along famously with all 3 members of Jr.
Jugg. We decided that it would just make sense to work together. It wasn't
til this year's south by southwest that I got to see the band play and they
knocked my socks off. It just makes sense that they often shared a bill with
Two Cow Garage and Armchair Martian because the band flat out rocks. If you
dig Armchair and Two Cow, Jr Jugg fit somewhere in the middle of both bands.
Loud guitars, straight forward rock and roll with a definite Americana vibe.
I would never call them Country, as they are far too rocking (not that
Country can't rock), you get the idea.
I also want to add that this is the perfect soundtrack for a night at your
favorite dive drinking PBR all night long.
- Track List -
01. Lit By Winter ( 3:20)
02. Believe In Something ( 5:10)
03. Coming In Backwards ( 3:45)
04. Early Morning Blackout ( 6:07)
05. Midnight Mass ( 2:18)
06. Gone Before You Start ( 4:23)
07. Wailing West ( 3:15)
08. Another Two Weeks ( 4:47)
09. Breathing Grieving ( 4:14)
10. The Beehive ( 5:46)