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Porchsleeper - Every Day Is Better Than the Next album download
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Porchsleeper - Every Day Is Better Than the Next album download

Performer:
Porchsleeper
Album:
Every Day Is Better Than the Next
Style:
Alternative Country-Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Bar Band,Indie Rock,Southern Rock,Arena Rock
Released:
May, 2003 - September, 2003
Genre:
Duration:
34:56
Recording location:
Tempermill Studios, Ferndale, MI
MP3 archive size:
1613 mb
FLAC archive size:
1160 mb
Other formats:
MP2 AUD DMF AAC VQF VOX
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
728

Void of pretense or overly sheen digital production, Every Day Is Better Than the Next is a no-frills rock & roll affair that equally summons the ghosts of AM radio and early college rock as it recognizes the group's modern-day muses. Also thrown into the mix is a slight tinge of vintage (yet timeless) Southern rock. But it's not as if Porchsleeper go from song to song merely emulating their influences. In fact; they do quite the opposite. And while Porchsleeper haven't exactly created a groundbreaking, genre-defying, -shifting debut album, they sure sound like they're having fun trying their best.

Void of pretense or overly sheen digital production, Every Day Is Better Than the Next is a no-frills rock & roll affair that equally summons the ghosts of AM radio and early college rock as it recognizes the group's modern-day muses. And in the end, isn't that what counts the most?

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PLAY ALL. Every Day Is Better Than The Next. Released by Fort Awesome Dec 2003 10 Tracks.

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Released two records independently: - Porchsleeper (2005) - Peaked at on Miles of Music's weekly best sellers chart (8/15/05) - Everyday Is Better than the Next (2004) - Miles of Music's 50th best selling CD of 2004. Metro Times named Porchsleeper: "Best Band to See Hammered, Best Hammered Band" & "Best Song to get in a fight in a parking lot to" (Nineteen Seventy Two). Every Day Is Better Than The Next 2003 Fort Awesome Records. 21 songs off two records + the occasional drunk cover.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Bulletproof Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 3:28
2 Where You Been Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 2:52
3 Drunk Again Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 2:59
4 Something to Drink About Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 2:17
5 Jennifer Got Drunk Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 3:49
6 If I Told You... Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 4:53
7 Time to Kill Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 4:13
8 Can't Blame You Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 3:20
9 Stinkeye Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 3:17
10 Black to Gray Steve Hall / Zac Johnson / Brian Raleigh / Derek Vertin Porchsleeper 3:48