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Customer Reviews

Amazing!!!!!

This Cd is great!! if you like The Smiths, and Morrisey, some songs sound like The Jam. Great cd.
My favorite is Noah and Jacob's song Elvis wrote it for his oldest son which has Autism.
If your looking for dead cheerleaders and grave yard lyrics then this is not for you.

Awesome

This is the best album yet . It just shows he's growing as an artist !!!

Ditto to motorpsycho

I really like these guys music, but this album does not do it for me. It seems overly sentimental and kinda sappy most the time, quite a departure from 1st two very good albums. Sorry guys, just can't give this one a good review after hearing it a few times.I find there is ony 3 or 4 standout tracks, and that is not enough for me to have bought this based on the strength of their previous work and live shows.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Los Angeles-based rockabilly trio, Three Bad Jacks, is led by guitarist/singer Elvis Suissa — confirmed by the fact that he penned 14 of 16 tracks on their debut album, Made of Stone, as well as being the lone cover boy on the album. Issued in 1999, the album featured guest appearances by the likes of former Elvis Presley bass player Jerry...
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Pictures and Memories from Home, Three Bad Jacks
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jun 14, 2011

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