You Can't Get Out Alive

by The Roaring 420s

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    180g Vinyl edition of The Roaring 420s' brand new album "You Can't Get Out Alive" with downloadcode inside.

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“You Can't Get Out Alive” is the second album from Dresden-based band The Roaring 420s. Since their debut LP on Stoned Karma Records last year, The Roaring 420s have delighted fans and critics alike. October 23th they are going to release their second full length LP which has been produced by Spanish studio wizard Jorge Muñoz-Cobo Gonzalez, known for recordings with Holly Golightly, Fleshtones, or Masonics. Sounding like a weird marriage between the Beach Boys and The Velvet Underground, this five-piece combo delivers surf and psych pop as catchy as a fever. Pre-order now and get a handsigned copy delivered to your door October 23th. 2015 sees the band hitting the road again, with appearances in Germany, Belgium, England, France, & Switzerland as well as a full Spain and US Tour 2016 in support of “You Can't Get Out Alive”.

Related to: Velvet Underground, The Kinks, Growlers, White Fence, ...

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released October 23, 2015

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The Roaring 420s Dresden, Germany

Blending surf rock and late 60s pre-Punk into Eastern psychedelia The Roaring 420s from Dresden, Germany, rather sound like an obscure little gem discovered at a garage sale in California. Roughly located somewhere between The Beach Boys and The Velvet Underground, they’re bursting out with twangy guitars, groovin' organ and an electric sitar! ... more

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