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Great Band. You should SERIOUSLY check them out if you haven't heard them.

Played a show with these guys back in the summer, and their live performance was amazing... It sounded almost exactly like they do on their albums, and it's always the sign of a good band when that happens. They did a great job of really rallying up the crowd too, almost all of which likely were there for one of the local bands. And because of that, they left with a bunch of new fans.

Anyways, I bought both their CDs and they are both fantastic. This one, in my opinion is a little better overall, although their self-titled one is great in itself too and has a buncha songs worth listening to. One thing that I've heard some people say about their CDs is that they don't like the vocals. Personally, I do, but you should know: The vocals sounded the EXACT same live, both the singers are really good. This isn't Ashlee Simpson, folks.

King and Crown- My favorite on the CD. A fun listen, soaring verses and jumping choruses. Nicely done.
Put Up Your Dukes: They opened with this song, in my opinion its decent, but they have better.
XXI: Filled with catchy hooks and riffs. One thing about The Robbery is that they have amazing verses, whereas most bands of this genre focus on the choruses moreso than the verses. This song exhibits that, but it's a great listen start to finish.
Spin a Web: I love this song, it lightly bounces around on cleanish guitars for a bit, then slides into a heavier chorus without skipping a beat, staying catchy the whole time. Vocals are great on this song too.
The Truth: A slower, but not weak, song. Enjoyable to listen to. Vocals stand out on this song too, the instruments hold it all together but are in the backround for this one.
Declaration: Wraps up the CD with a catchy, angsty, fast beat, ending in a soaring fadeout.

If you're reading this, then you've already come to the Robbery's page, and I urge you: PLEASE buy this and their other CD. Or go to their myspace and check to see if they're playing near you anytime soon. Their music is too under the radar for their talent, help them out! They deserve it.

The Robbery takes no prisoners.

Put Up Your Dukes is the unstoppable follow-up to their 2007 self titled release. The musicianship and emotion expressed in these six songs lets every listener know that The Robbery has every right to be among the pop/rock heavyweights. This EP is a must have!

Put Up Your Dukes, The Robbery
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  • $5.94
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Mar 05, 2009

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