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Dyslextacy

by The Skellingtons

Rootsy folk-rock with an experimental twist
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Stumble
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2. Follow You Down
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3. Chasing Angels
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4. No Easy Way
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5. Til Your Gone
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6. Behind the Wheel
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7. Last of the Great Pretenders
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8. Either Way
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9. Miles in the Dark
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10. King of Nothing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the latest release from The Skellingtons, one of North Carolinas longest running , original indy bands.
Having evolved from a straight ahead roots rock band in the early 90's to an eclectic ensemble that explores musical realms from rock, alt-country blues, to experimental folk-rock. Influenced by artists as diverse as Elvis Costello, to the Everly Brothers, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash etc..
"Dyslextacy" is the cullmination of a year of experimentation, and recording in a home enviroment that has resulted in a critically acclaimed collection of very relaxed, yet emotionally intense music that takes the listener to many levels of personal interpretation. The songs allow you to come inside and find your own meaning.
Greensboro's GoTriad magazine describes "Dyslextacy" as "layered and beautiful, like driving down a rural back road when the sky turns purple and fuschia at sunset.The Skellingtons show why they're considered the flag bearers of the triad's original music scene" Check it out for yourself!
The members and players
Lee Terry- guitars, vocals, bass, keyboards
Susan Terry-Viola, mandolin, vocals
Scott Kennedy-guitars, vocals, bass
Brad Cooper-drums
Melissa James (new arrival) guitar
Chris Ong
Guest vocals,guitar (songwriter on tracks 3 and 10)

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Rusty

fabulous lo-fi masterpiece
What a strange and wonderfull record...captures the past, present and future. cant stop playing it!
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