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Headstones - The Oracle Of Hi-Fi

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2002-10-06 Year: 2002
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Classic Rock
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Canadian band Headstones was active between 1994-2002 with "The oracle of Hi-Fi" as their 6th and last album before they split up.
Singer Hugh Dillon formed the band The Hugh Dillon Redemption Choir that recently released a new album called "The high cost of low living" which you can read more about at the link.
Headstones are a bit harder than his new band,"The oracle of Hi-Fi" is a good choice to get started to get into this band?s plain and simple 3 chord rocknroll.
Imagine a mix between D.A.D,Billy Talent and Backyard Babies and voila! you got the beerdrinking club-filling rocknroll of Headstones.
This is pure party music that will get you in a good mood right away.......rock should always be as easy as it is with Headstones.

Tracklisting 1. Whatchagonnado
2. Reframed (Every Single Failure)
3. Take It
4. Nothing Changes
5. And it Goes
6. Tiny Teddy
7. Vanished
8. Coffee Cup
9. She Just Wants To Cry
10. Million $ Moment
11. Devil's Road


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