Black Stone Cherry exploring their roots New Album Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry exploring their roots New Album Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry exploring their roots

New Album Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry are back from visiting Kentucky. Turning the world of Blues Classics upside down, inside out and definitely rollin’ and tumblin’ is a new direction. Black Stone Cherry exploring their roots in their New Album Black To Blues has reshaped the genre without missing a beat, shuffle or riff. The EP of six tracks is a tribute to the blues roots and heroes of the band, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Freddie King & Albert King.

Opening with Built For Comfort, the sound is dense, deep and moody, the sound is not the low-calorie version – this is full fat, moonshine back to the woods with the air of sinister intent. Carry this much blues no one is going to be running anywhere. The lead break has the guitar howling with a density of growling riffs that then calm down into slow blues with sweet guitar licks and vocals that go from whiskey soaked roughness to honey tones of yearning. What a start, Built For Comfort heard many times BUT never like this.

Follow that! Easy for Black Stone Cherry on a roll as they stomp out the opening of Champagne & Reefer. The slide guitar slips and slides across the vocals as the smooth sound of the original from Muddy Waters is replaced with a slide that rocks, Faster, louder and more raucous, what is never lost for a beat is the sentiment. We know that Champagne is for when you are thirsty and Reefer to get high. No longer Chicago Blues it is BSC turning Black to Blue with an arrogance of understanding the music. Now we are joining Freddie King, Living In A Palace Of The King. The track is the darkest indigo blue how did they achieve this without losing the King feel? Chris revealed they “moved one note to make it more dark”.

Waters, Hoochie Coochie Man is reinvented without losing the heart and soul of the original. The sound is full-on rock capturing the big band sound via the Blues. Leaving you enthralled, breathless, reigniting your passion for the blues ignited originally during the explosion of British R n’ B sixty years ago as John Mayall and Peter Green, and the Rolling Stones re-invented the sound with blues that rocked with modernity.

No tribute to the blues is complete without a number from Albert King, the re-working of Born Under A Bad Sign is monstrous. Loud, bad and very dangerous in the right way Chris’ vocals spit out the lyrics and the rhythm is dramatic. Closing out with I Want To Be Loved, we re-visit the genius that is Muddy Waters. The Guitar is fast, on fire with determined blues licks. Fired up with the tone of the band BSC will always be loved for the style and honesty in the music they produce.

Across the six numbers, we have twenty-one minutes of Black Stone Charry covering classics. Expect the unexpected, expect the unique sound of the band blended through the tracks. What is missing from this compact, blues that whizzes around the block to be the new black Midnight Blue, is missing one thing a few more tracks of BSC originals in the genre of the blues now known as Black to Blues 2017.
We may have our wish. The blues is always a sage teacher, and making the ‘Black To Blues’ EP was a transformative experience for Black Stone Cherry. Chris says: “It was humbling and freeing at the same time. It reignited our passion for this music, and it will definitely have an effect on our next album.

The numbers crack like a pistol shot from a well-oiled six-shooter as Black Stone Cherry have covered but not Copied!

Black Stone Cherry – Black to Blues – Mascot Label Group

Out 29th September 2017

NINEpawprint half inchdoodle paws out of TEN ….

Track Listing

  1. Built For Comfort
  2. Champagne & Reefer
  3. Palace Of The King
  4. Hoochie Coochie Man
  5. Build Under A Bad Sign
  6. I Wanted To Be Loved

 

Black Stone Cherry exploring their roots New Album Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry EP Black To Blues

Black Stone Cherry EP Back To Blues

Black Stone Cherry EP Black To Blues

Kentucky rockers Black Stone Cherry are thrilled to announce the release of their long time coming blues EP, ‘Black to Blues’ which is out on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 29th September.

Mascot Label Group is home to some of the finest blues icons of their generation such as Joe Bonamassa, Beth Hart, Walter Trout, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Eric Gales, Jonny Lang, Robben Ford, Bernie Marsden, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Sonny Landreth and more, it seemed the perfect time to release ‘Black to Blues’. “I know it’s crazy for four rock n’ roll dudes to make a blues EP, but it’s us sharing with everyone the music that’s been our DNA from day one,” Black Stone Cherry vocalist and guitarist Chris Robertson says. “Blues is the music we listen to when we sit around on the bus with a bottle of bourbon.”

 

Black Stone Cherry EP Back To Blues

“I know it’s crazy for four rock n’ roll dudes to make a blues EP, but it’s us sharing with everyone the music that’s been our DNA from day one Chris Robertson

Black To Blues opens with the Howlin’ Wolf classic ‘Built For Comfort.’ Here, they harnesses the song’s dark energy with foot-stomping burly riffage, impassioned whiskey and honey vocals, and a peaks and valleys arrangement that features virtuoso bursts of bluesy guitar brilliance, smoky quiet passages, and mountains crashing down climaxes.

Throughout the EP, the imaginative arrangements, soulful vocals, and subtle band interplay evoke the halcyon days of heavy blues acts such as Free and Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. On ‘Champagne & Reefer’ they mesmerise with deft slide guitar playing and powerful contrasting haunting and hefty dynamics. Other standouts include a raucous version of Muddy Waters’ ‘I Want To Be Loved,’ complete with jaw-dropping blues-rock guitar solos, and a clever rendition of Freddie King’s ‘Palace Of King”, there they “moved one note to make it more dark,” Chris reveals.

Listen to Build For Comfort – Covered but not Copied!

Before their five critically acclaimed albums, the 12,000-cap arena shows, topping the UK charts, and sharing the stage with superstars like Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Alter Bridge,and of a Shinedown, the guys in the Kentucky-based active rock powerhouse were just teenagers finding their way jamming on the blues. On the heels of their well-received ‘Kentucky’ album, the quartet issues the masterful 6-song EP, ‘Black To Blues’, a collection of blues classics and obscurities re-imagined with the meaty moxie of classic BSC.  “A defining moment for me was realizing all the rock n’ roll that I loved came from the blues,” Chris says.

The chosen covers on Black Stone Cherry EP Black To Blues are:-

                                    1. Built For Comfort
                                    2. Champagne & Reefer
                                    3. Palace Of The King
                                    4. Hoochie Coochie Man
                                    5. Born Under A Bad Sign
                                    6. I Want To Be Loved
As a lead vocalist, Chris honed his burly pipes studying the power of the Texas Tornado himself, Freddie King, who they cover on ‘Black to Blues’ and, throughout their career, the group has always sprinkled in a few blues evergreens in their live set.  “The blues is such honest music. When you hear it, it’s like ‘I’m down on my luck, and, damn, that guy gets just how I feel.’” Chris shares. “I hope by sharing this music we have the beautiful opportunity to expose a new generation to the blues.”

‘Black To Blues’ pays homage to the fertile 1960s era of electric blues where the masters pushed boundaries with experimentation and volume. The EP includes covers by Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, Freddie King, and Albert King. The album was recorded in a burst of fevered inspiration this past spring at David Barrick’s Barrick Recording, the same studio where the band recorded their recent albumKentucky.’ Self produced, tracked the music in two days, and favoured a raw, in-the-moment production aesthetic to capture the inspired sessions. Chris adds: “Our approach was to do these songs as we’ve written them, with attitude and heavy guitar.”

The blues is always a sage teacher, and making the ‘Black To Blues’ EP was a transformative experience for Black Stone Cherry.  Chris says: “It was humbling and freeing at the same time. It reignited our passion for this music, and it will definitely have an effect on our next album.”

 

Black Stone Cherry EP Back To Blues

Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiff


Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To CardiffBlack Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiff

St David’s Hall was infused with the essence of Rock Music with Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiff tonight opening their anticipated tour An Evening With Black Stone Cherry. This is a new venture for BSC as they opened for themselves as Chris Robertson announced and he admittedly they were nervous acoustic with people sitting down was a first! The second half would be typical electric heavy rock mayhem was promised after the break.
Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To CardiffFor everyone in the audience who had experienced Black Stone Cherry in stadia, it all felt rather strange, stepping on a road not travelled with BSC, up close, stripped down and personal. The stage represented a front porch with bright lights like fireflies caught in a jar decorating the stage to make it look pretty for us. The songs were magnificent demonstrating that underneath the amps and electric are numbers that have the power, intensity working so well as acoustic numbers. Demonstrating the deep roots of rock in folk, bluegrass mountain music and country this is music that evokes Kentucky every bit as much as bluegrass, horses and Kentucky Whiskey. The opening set of forty-five minutes held the rock audience’s attention as they opened with In Our Dreams from their latest album Kentucky and later in the set Rambler and perfect for the acoustic setting; we may be a million miles from Kentucky but tonight Cardiff was an extension of the bluegrass state.  The poignant singing of Things My Father Said, completed what was never finished earlier in the year when in Cardiff when the emotion of the number was too much for Chris. With help from the Cardiff audience  who never ever need any encouragement to participate and they were happy to join in, the atmosphere was electric throughout the acoustic set as they sung “Big city lights don’t shine for me no more” we knew the lights of the city were shining on BSC tonight. Closing with All I’m Dreaming Of we sat back and thought what  a great way to open let’s bring on the main course BSC loud, bright and electric.

Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To CardiffWith the stage reset and the lights changed Chris Robertson, vocalist strutted on stage complete with a blue PRS guitar, which Chris was delighted with.   Chris joined by power drummer John Fred Young, Dancing, leaping guitarist Ben Wells and bassist as solid as the rock they play Jon Lawhon. The four who are Black Stone Cherry needed no introduction as the lights lit up the stage the roar of delight went up and everyone stood to enjoy the Kentucky rock they have come to hear.

Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To CardiffThe audience throughout were ready to party have fun and a great time listening to music that blasted away any cobwebs lurking in the far high corners of St David’s Hall. Up first in the  electric set to cheers and the audience standing Devil Queen blasted away the chill of the acoustic the auditorium was hot. Rock that puts fire in your belly and good vibrations in your ears and a feel good factor this is what Saturday nights are made for.  The set list toured their albums with Kentucky’s  Soul Machine raising the heat we were now cooking on ten surely we would get to eleven before the night was over. With a live airing for the first time since 2009 from Folklore and Superstitions Please Come In, we didn’t need to be asked twice. We were being absorbed deep into BSC deep, dark lyric driven rock. The band were full of energy with Ben striding from one side of the stage to the other in a few steps his leaping acrobatics added to the fire as the rhythm guitar pulled the sound together. How many drumsticks were broken battered or bruised as Fred Young powered through the numbers? I lost count, some lucky people caught them as they were hurled into the audience. The bass line of Killing Floor adds to the tension as we hit the dark groove of Killing Floor snarling with menace. Two favourites had the  audience high and ecstatic as  White Trash Millionaire and Me and Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To CardiffMary Jane creeping round the backdoor like a groundhog  were aired across St David’s Hall. as the light show flashed and danced reflecting off the walls as strobing to the driving beat of BSC rock.  A true if lonely statement Cheaper To Drink Alone full of Southern heat and verve as Chris’s vocals curled around the lyrics, spitting them out, live there were George Thoroughgood riffs and licks in the intro this is what makes live music so special you have to be at the gig to get the full drama, quips and that up close and personal feel. The drum solo with Fred taking control of the stage gave the rest of the Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiffband a breather before  the last three songs. The Guitar changed now in Chris hands was a red electric lent to him by Luke Phillips of Newbridge band Everyday Heroes; 2016 Steelhouse band winners who opened the Steelhouse Festival.  Fantastic to hear the latest single, from Kentucky album Shake My Cage, played live the riffs are just huge as the reverberated around the auditorium. With  Blame It On The Boom Boom giving Cardiff another chance to raise their voice, finishing off the second half of the chorus despite the band stopping, Chris apologised live “…we get it wrong sometimes! Let’s do a chorus again if you will join in”.  All too soon, it was the last or twenty-fourth Black Stone Cherry number of the night Lonely Train. But there was more, the scale of eleven was now definitely reached with a  tribute to Lemmy at the end with a BSC version of Ace of Spades! No one went home lonely filled with the party vibe of An Evening With Black Stone Cherry.

black-stone-cherry-wm-2558Chris Robertson thanked the Cardiff audience for enjoying the music and how delighted they were to be starting a U.K. tour once again in the Welsh Capital. As they left the stage to Queen’s We Are The Champions encouraging Cardiff to raise their voice once more and shaking hands with as many of the audience as possible.  We knew that Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiff was a reality, great fun and superb Rock n’ Roll.

 

 

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SET LIST
ACOUSTIC

In Our Dreams (Kentucky)
High & Hell Water (Black Stone Cherry)
Like I Roll (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Rambler (Kentucky)
Things My Father Said (Folklore & Superstition)
Stay (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Big City Lights (Black Stone Cherry)
All I’m Dreaming Of (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)

ELECTRIC

Devil’s Queen (Folklore & Superstition)
Soul Machine (Kentucky)
Soul Creek (Folklore & Superstition)
Please Come In (Folklore & Superstition)
Darkest Secret (Kentucky)
Killing Floor (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
White Trash Millionaire (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Cheaper To Drink Alone (Kentucky)
Me and Mary Jane (Magic Mountain)
In My Blood  (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Blind Man (Folklore & Superstition)
Change (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Shakin’ My Cage (Kentucky)
Blame It On The Boom Boom (Between the  Devil & the Deep Blue Sea)
Lonely Train (Black Stone Cherry)

Black Stone Cherry Bringing Kentucky To Cardiff

 

SHAMAN’S HARVEST announce first European Tour

SHAMAN’S HARVEST TO ANNOUNCE THEIR FIRST EUROPEAN TOUR

SHAMAN’S HARVEST announce first European Tour
US-rockers kick off 2017 with a 25-date tour with Black Stone Cherry

Shaman’s Harvest will continue their 2016 success next year: after selling out headline shows nationwide in the US, millions of views for their singles “Dangerous” and “In Chains”, multiple entries in the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart and over 17 million combined streams, the band will start the new year with a 25-date tour on mainland Europe with their fellow US-rockers from Black Stone Cherry. The band released a short video that you can see HERE

 

Mascot Label Group recording artist Shaman’s Harvest will continue to tour riding the success of their most recent album Smokin’ Hearts and Broken Guns. Cumulative digital sales from their debut album on Mascot Records have exceeded +132,000 digital downloads, while the band’s latest single “In Chains” peaked at #11 on the Mediabase chart after a run of 22 weeks at Active Rock radio.

 

Singer Nathan Hunt shares, “This past year has been a year of firsts for Shaman’s Harvest and that’s great and all, but we are only lookin’ forward. Future tours and more importantly composing the next record. Resting on our accomplishments makes us fat ‘n lazy. If there’s one thing rock ‘n roll doesn’t need it is complacency.”

Throughout the past two years, principle band members Nathan Hunt (Vocals & Acoustic Guitar), Josh Hamler (Guitar) and Matt Fisher (Bass) have toured North America extensively mixing headline, support and festival appearances within an on-going odyssey that has delivered a broad fan base and positioning as one of rock’s rising stars.

 

SHAMAN’S HARVEST announce first European Tour
Photo Credit – Lou Brutus

The Jefferson City, Missouri based band enjoyed a strong first week of sales with #5 “Heatseekers” debut in Billboard Magazine, then breaking markets and expanding their fan base as they travelled the roads of the U.S. Loudwire premiered the band’s official video for the lead single “Dangerous” which had a run in the Top ranked clips nationally for months and has over 1 million views to date.

Smokin’ Hearts and Broken Guns is digitally available at iTunes HERE . Physical CDs and vinyl are available over at HERE .

The press on Shaman’s Harvest during their live shows:

“This rock band from Jefferson City, Missouri has formulated their own unique mix of modern and classic rock with a southern twist that has energized fans across the nation.” – National Rock Review

“Gritty vocals, chunky guitar tone, strong guitar solo’s, solid rhythm; Shaman’s Harvest delivered a kick ass, strong ROCK set!” – Rock N Roll Experience

“Heavy, solid rock with a touch of low-end groove meshed well with Nate’s smooth, occasionally growly vocals.” – Visible Sin

2017 tour dates – Black Stone Cherry + support act Shaman’s Harvest

8-Jan Cooperative de Mai ClermontFerrand France tickets HERE 
9-Jan Rocher De La Palmer Bordeaux France tickets HERE
11-Jan Kafe Antzokia Bilbao Spain tickets HERE 
12-Jan Sala But Madrid Spain tickets HERE
13-Jan Razzmatazz 2 Barcelona Spain tickets HERE
16-Jan Espace Julien Marseille France tickets HERE 
17-Jan Zona Roveri Bologna Italy tickets HERE 
18-Jan Orion Rome Italy tickets HERE 
20-Jan Live Club Milan Italy tickets HERE
21-Jan Arena Vienna Austria tickets HERE 
22-Jan Theaterfabrik Munich Germany tickets HERE 
24-Jan Pratteln Basel Switzerland tickets HERE
25-Jan Les Docks Lausanne Switzerland tickets HERE 
26-Jan Cabaret Sauvage Paris  France tickets HERE
27-Jan Luxembourg Alzette Luxembourg tickets HERE 
29-Jan Doornroosje Nijmegen Netherlands tickets HERE 
30-Jan Live Music Hall Cologne Germany tickets HERE 
31-Jan Huxleys Berlin Germany tickets HERE 

3-Feb Train Aarhus  Denmark tickets HERE
4-Feb Rockefeller Oslo Norway tickets HERE
5-Feb Debaser Strand Stockholm Sweden tickets HERE 
7-Feb Amager Bio Copenhagen Denmark tickets HERE
9-Feb Progresja Warsaw  Poland tickets HERE 
10-Feb Alibi Wroclaw Poland tickets HERE
11-Feb A38 Budapest Hungary tickets HERE 

Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016: April – June

Pick of the Albums Reviewed – 2016:
April – June

Bluesdoodles listens to music recorded and live from across the genres. Bluesdoodles reviews all albums received with an open-mind and will always look for the elements that make the music stand out from the crowd!. The albums we award 10 doodle paws too, for us have a special connection, and acknowledge like all reviewers our scoring is subjective. Between 1st April and 30th June 2016 Bluesdoodles reviewed 33 albums that reflect the depth and breadth of music being recorded in studios around the world. Remember albums not included on the lists are still excellent; definitely worth listening to and purchasing especially go see music live at venues near you support music and the artists who travel the roads so we can hear music full of passion and the special ingredient of a live performance.

This is the second quarter of 2016 and all of these will be in with a shout for the Bluesdoodles Dozen of 2016.


Kaz Hawkins – Feelin Good
Dan Patlansky – Introvertigo
Giles Robson – For Those Who Need The Blues


Albany Down – The Outer Reach
Jimbo Mathus – Band of Storms
The Rides – Pierced Arrow


No Sinner – Old Habits Die Hard
Rival Sons – Hollow Bones
Black Stone Cherry – Kentucky

Black Stone Cherry Finds Deep Grooves In Kentucky

Black Stone Cherry Finds Deep Grooves In Kentucky

Black Stone Cherry Finds Deep Grooves In Kentucky

 

Lucky Five the saying goes. It is not luck that makes Black Stone Cherry’s fifth studio album, Kentucky such a great listen.  The combination of scintillating guitar, deep rhythms setting the groove for the lyrics to jump out of the recording the songs are captivatingly energised.  The choice of using the band’s home state reflecting going back deep into the roots that is the heart and soul of the band. They are back in the local Barrick Studio the home of their debut eight years ago. Frontman/guitarist Chris Robertson comments “We are beyond excited to bring ‘Kentucky‘ to you. Since the release of our debut, we have wanted to go back to the studio where it all began and it finally happened! The original studio owner/engineer, all of the great equipment and BLACK STONE CHERRY have been reunited for what I feel has been the most unique album we’ve ever made. We took it back to where it started and something magical happened! These new songs are the heart and soul of who we were in 2006 and who we’ve become. There is something very special about these songs and I cannot wait for y’all to feel them!” The BSC have travelled thousands of miles, played a million chords as they travel back home the quartet of guitarists Chris Robertson and Ben Wells, bassist Jon Lawhon and drummer John Fred Young are hungry to deliver a studio album reflecting emotions and experiences.

Having listened to Kentucky, Chris is right this is has a feel and tone that makes Kentucky stand out from the crowd. This is an album with deep dark tone, bucket loads of attitude and barely contained aggression. The whole album has a natural fluidity, nothing is over produced. The music has an intense focus but you never quite know where the music and lyrics are taking you; a studio album with a spark of live intuitive music.

Opening with The Way of Your Future, the vibe is grungy there is a heaviness in the guitar chords this is dark. The words match unravelling a dystopian view of the future, a cynical look at politics and the world as they demand we take back control and create a more positive future.  A look at the future and now a fast tempo for In Our Dreams and the words do no so much as gently caress the chords they actually challenge the instruments to be the dominant force as they sing ‘Inside these desperate times’. This is metal that will fill the room with interesting melodic structure and form. Co-written by Bob Larlette ( Alice Cooper, Seether, Rob Zombie etc.)  the song address the chaos and danger of a world full of inequality. The tone and tempo eases with Shakin’ My Cage rock with a southern vibe with a bad moon rising and “Born on the bayou, raised by the sand, She’s my Medusa, I’m stone where I stand”. The force throughout Kentucky is basic, raw primeval the guitars snarl the drums hurl out a beat and the bass glues it all together. The album is not all meaty rock there are influences of grooves multi-faceted and definitely funky on Soul Machine. The horns add another textural layer with the backing singers reinforcing the power of soulful voices. This brassy affair from Jonas Butler and Ryan Stiles blows out the force in War. Black Stone Cherry covers a Motown classic, War fits into the tone and thematic of the album and sounds as fresh today as they rock up the soul vibe.  Every album should have a song with strong chorus and anthem we can pick up and sing when the band hits town with a live show. Long Ride fits the bill perfectly. The opening is melodic keys and vocals that have a gruff melancholy edge and then as music and vocals open up this is the anthem that will be the ear-worm for hours after listening. The opening of Rescue Me lulls you into what is a gospel number for a few seconds and then the colour changes and we have a full on BSC assault this is rock with attitude and no-one needs rescuing from this track. The musical colour and texture changes as the backing singers take momentary control once again then it is back to gigantic riffs. This is followed by fuzzy rock, with vocal distortions and you get that warm Feelin’ Fuzzy feel as the music tingles down your spine and stirs up your emotions. The penultimate track Born To Die is a story that unfolds through lyrics that once again is dominating Black Stone Cherry’s rock. The music is hard, loud and attention seeking but the core of the album is the root of every song – the words. Closing the album The Rambler takes the journey to a different place the longest track opening with acoustic reflective and personal.  This has strong melody and co-written with former Shinedown guitarist Jasin Todd. Being away from home playing your music is tough and the country violin adds the tears of distance. It is about heartbreak as Young says; “We all knew the song was special, and when we were in the studio writing it Chris lost his grandpa, and he got pretty emotional when he was putting his vocal on it.  It’s a really wonderful song.”   Ending the album The Rambler connects and makes sense of the importance of returning to the studio once again and the naming this album Kentucky. Home and heart will always connect emotionally on so many levels.

The energy flows in a studio album that has a live, raw edgy feel and at the same time everything has its place and has been considered. Kentucky has a flow, no songs feel forced or put in as a filler this is Black Stone Cherry entertaining through the medium of brilliant rock grinding, demanding and immensely listenable.

Bluesdoodles gives this CD TEN pawprint half inchdoodle paws out of TEN ….

Kentuckey – Black Stone cherry – Mascot Label Group

Track Listing

  1. The Way Of The Future
  2. In Our Dreams
  3. Shakin’ My Cage
  4. Soul Machine
  5. Long ride
  6. War
  7. Hangman
  8. Cheaper To Drink Alone
  9. Rescue Me
  10. Feelin’ Fuzzy
  11. Darkest Secret
  12. Born To Die
  13. The Rambler