has been released by New York indie roots label Rancho Delux.
Working once again out of Millbrook Sound Studios,
producer Paul Orofino gave the project a unique edge.
Eight of the ten original tracks were recorded in the classic tradition . . .
entirely live with NO overdubs and NO earbrushing.
What you hear is exactly what went down . . . including vocals & solos !
60 Cycle Hum is a raw Rock & Roll record that showcases
the band's incendiary energy as well as the songwriting of Eddie Seville.
It's stuffed with infectious rockers like
"Carol Ann", "Long Way Out" and "Any Day Now".
It's trademark crossovers like "Unshaken Faith", and "60 Cycle Hum".
It's ten solid tracks delivered by a genuine Rock & Roll band.
"Dwight Yoakam's dirtier, heavier little brother . . . it tears"
- Craig Gilbert -
The New Haven Advocate, Connecticut
"these guys hit you like a Rock & Roll sucker punch"
- Mike Fontana -
WEBK Radio, Vermont
"I like when they make the sound like Chuck Berry"
- Eddie's mother -
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1. Shot of Love
2. Carol Ann
3. I Better Get Home
4. Any Day Now
5. Long Way Out
6. Ghost Train
7. Two Hearts Collide
8. All This Time
9. Unshaken Faith
10. 60 Cycle Hum