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Ghost Canyon

Title - 'Two To One'
Artist - James Williamson & Deniz Tek

For those not in the know, two fathers of garage punk have now joined forces for the first time ever on this odds-defying, razor sharp, brand new album!

James Williamson was the founding guitarist for one of the most iconic and influential US bands of all-time, The Stooges, while Deniz Tek fronted one of Australia's very first punk bands, the revered Radio Birdman.

Featuring 11 all-new original compositions highlighted by the first single 'Stable and the explosive lead-off track 'Jet Pack Nightmare,' the new album Two To Die (out September 18th, 2020 via Cleopatra Records) is also available on both digipak CD and vinyl in your choice of RED, BLUE, YELLOW and classic BLACK!

1. 'Jet Pack Nightmare'
2. 'Progress'
3. 'Take A Look Around'
4. 'Good As Gone'
5. 'Stable'
6. 'Climate Change'
7. 'Birthday Present'
8. 'Small Change'
9. 'Liar'
10. 'No Dreams'
11. 'Melissa Blue' [CD ONLY]

Opening with the powerhaus, garage-punk duo of both 'Jet Pack Nightmare' and 'Progress,' they are seamlessly backed by the melodic rock of the observant 'Take A Look Around,' the powerful storytelling of 'Good As Gone,' the raw, euphoric pop-rock power of 'Stable,' and then the garage-rock of one of my own personal favorites, 'Climate Change.'

Next up is the darker-edged 'Birthday Present,' which is backed by the acoustic-driven, Americana-rock rhythms of 'Small Change,' the end-of-the-road frustrations of 'Liar,' rounding out with the noticeably restrained 'No Dreams,' and then closing on the CD-only bonus track, the Lou-Reedesque ambiance of 'Melissa Blue.'

Official Color Vinyl Purchase Link