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Dead Sara

The wailing rally cries of Rage Against the Machine and the urban blues punk of the Kills were two major components of Dead Sara's first single "Weatherman," but the song also filled a gap left after the decline of grunge, as a straightforward, guitar-driven rock & roll anthem in the spirit of L7 and Hole. Led by the raspy, dynamic vocals of Emily Armstrong and guitarist Siouxsie Medley, the L.A. duo was rounded out by bassist Chris Null and drummer Sean Friday, and their first EP, The Airport Sessions was released in 2008 on Viscount Productions. As the group started earning a fan base through touring, Dead Sara's acclaim reached the ears of Courtney Love, who invited Armstrong to sing on an upcoming Hole album. Also, after seeing them live, Jefferson Airplane' s Grace Slick talked the band up in several music publications, feeding the hype for a self-titled full-length, released on Dead Sara's own Pocket Kid Records label in spring of 2012. ~ Jason Lymangrover
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Dead Sara

  1.   Song
  2.   Weatherman
  3.   Lemon Scent
  4.   Sorry for It All
  5.   We Are What you Say
  6.   Whispers & Ashes
  7.   L.A. City Slum
  8.   Heart-Shaped Box
  9.   Test on My Patience
  10.   For You I Am
  11.   Feel Right At Home
  12.   Blue Was The Beautiful You
  13.   Greaser
  14.   Mr. Mr.
  15.   Radio One Two
  16.   Lovesick
  17.   Something Good
  18.   Suicidal
  19.   Mona Lisa
  20.   Snow in Los Angeles
  21.   Dear Love
  22.   Monumental Holiday
  23.   Face to Face
  24.   I Said You Were Lucky
  25.   Timed Blues

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