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No Deliverance

3 Ratings: 2.0
An album by Toadies

Toadies officially reconvened, signing with Kirtland and recording No Deliverance with David Castell (Burden Brothers, Blue October) at Fort Worth Sound in Fort Worth, and Music Lane in Austin. Lewis says the band has gone for a bare knuckle sound, amping … see full wiki

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2 reviews about No Deliverance
review by . September 19, 2008
"No Deliverance", the third studio album is The Toadies recent release since Hell Below / Stars Above in 2001. The Toadies broke up five months after this 2001 album's release. On August 22, 2001, Todd Lewis announced the band's breakup. Well, The TOADIES ARE BACK and BETTER than ever!    If you are or were a fan of The Toadies 1994's breakout release "Rubberneck" and the smash hit single "Possum Kingdom" you are going to enjoy "No Deliverance". The strongest offerings of this …
review by . September 06, 2008
The Toadies have released an album that is guitar, power chord driven rock, harkening back to the time when Bush, Everclear, Alice In Chains, and other popular 90s bands were capitalizing on the grunge sound. This current Toadies release sounds dated, and the songs are mostly dark and bluesy... a few are passably catchy bar tunes, like "Song I Hate" and "Don't Go My Way," but much of the album sounds like Black Sabbath and Soundgarden trying to relive the past but lacking memorable songs. I think …
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No Deliverance
Label: Kirtland Records
Artist: Toadies
Release Date: August 19, 2008

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