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Suspensers | Too Dumb to Live, Too Stoned to Die

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Too Dumb to Live, Too Stoned to Die

Suspensers operate in the shadows of New York City, occasionally surfacing to share their doses with unsuspecting basement show-goers. Borne from the mind and lips of Ted Robinson, pusher of the finest acid-country tunes heard in an age, Suspensers formed in the wake of a relocation from Asheville, and have since settled into the city’s invisible fringe. Robinson’s membership in D. Charles Speer & The Helix informs what’s happening here, though Suspensers’ songs dwell in the foothills of that traditionalism, and offer a far wilder vision of hillbilly music; traces of Charlies Tweddle and Feathers bubble up repeatedly.

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Track Titles

  1. Trouble
  2. Time is All
  3. I'm Legs (version)
  4. Duio
  5. All You Little
  6. Friday Afternoon
  7. The Opener
  8. Strings & Wood
  9. I'm Legs
  10. Raise Your Rockets
  11. Spinsow
  12. All You Little (version)
  13. MOB
  14. Time is All (version)

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