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Stick out your index and pinkie finger and bang your head because this is rock & roll all the way! Total '70s metal that's often compared to AC/DC thanks to the Bon Scott vocal styling of Jared Warren. One can see that, but "Runnin' Through My Bones" also salutes the MC5, Slade, Alice Cooper, the Stooges and the Dead Boys. No epic ten minute long song to be found on this baby — the Tight Bros. will have none of that. Cynics and lazy journalists will call this butt-metal or retro, but make no mistake that these boys just want to bring back the sound of how rock was meant to be: loud, crude and rude.


Formed: 1997 in Olympia, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in the indie rock haven of Olympia, WA, in 1997, the Tight Bro's From Way Back When prove that you can bring good-old '70s rock & roll to the sweaters and Buddy Holly-glasses crowd. With an always raucous blast of power chords and cock rock riffs, the band introduces AC/DC to unlikely listeners. With a lineup including vocalist Jared Warren (Fashio, Karp, Witchypoo) and guitarists John "Quitty" Quittner and Dave Harvey of Behead the Prophet, the Tight Bro's set out to totally destroy. Originally,...
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Runnin Thru My Bones, Tight Bro's from Way Back When
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 27 April 1999

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