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Fret Rattles | Pedal to the Metal and Damn the Consequences

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Pedal to the Metal and Damn the Consequences

by Fret Rattles

Wearing their influences on their sleeves, the Fret Rattles bring their own approach to the sounds of late 60's Detroit, 70's punk rock and the 90's rock scene. The final result is a straight-forward rock-n-roll record that is not retro but instead alive, fresh and sounding more relevant than ever!
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1. Can't Find It
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2. Can't Stop
2:38 $0.99
3. In Too Deep
2:31 $0.99
4. Make It Through the Night
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5. Rat
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6. Rising Towards a Dollar
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7. Shake My Brain
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"Fret Rattles are classic garage-punk lifers, taking years of punk/metal/garage experience and wielding it like a weapon." - Ali Jaafar (Ecstattic Studio)

Minneapolis-based Fret Rattles long overdue second album Pedal to the Metal and Damn the Consequences. The tracks were recorded at Ecstattic Studio in Minneapolis by Ali Jaafar. The record finds a more raw, stripped down approach than their first record, The First One. Wearing their influences on their sleeves, the Fret Rattles bring their own approach to the sounds of late 60's Detroit (MC5, Stooges), 70's punk rock (Radio Birdman, Sonics Rendezvous Band) and the 90's rock scene (Hellacopters, Electric Frankenstein). The final result is a straight-forward rock-n-roll record that is not retro but instead alive, fresh and sounding more relevant than ever!
Note: the vinyl version contains 2 bonus tracks!

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