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Houses of the Holy

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Adam Burns
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Adam Burns This album beautifully describes the transformation of its hopeless protagonist into a woke mofo. These tracks confront the self-doubt and isolation of living in the 21st century while leaving listeners with the confident exuberance it will take to overcome our collective troubles.

It is difficult to pick a favorite track, but I'm a sucker for the fiddle. So I'm going to go with the slow, sad One Solution which takes me to a back porch rocking chair, eyes closed with all my woes. Favorite track: One Solution.
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rbrow02y I’ve been listening to this since it released and at any other day my “favorite track” might have changed. The vinyl is especially fun since each side is its own thing, but together its like the album is a mini box set. “Lightning” I particularly keep playing. It makes me feel like it could have been a song in an old old dream I had trouble remembering until I hear it and I can almost recall it again. Give the album a good listen and I think you’ll find something to enjoy. Favorite track: Lightning.
Justin Lewis
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Justin Lewis Honestly, how do you pick a fave on this album that is chocked full of straight up gems? Chris and the Gang are all over the musical map but it still sounds cohesive as an album. Just brilliant stuff. Favorite track: On The Slide.
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released September 25, 2020

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Chris Schlarb Long Beach, California

Chris Schlarb is a musician, composer and producer based in Long Beach, California.

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