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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Sweetkisses offer up a "Bastard" of a free track

Posted By on Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 9:00 AM

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Local twang-rockers the Sweetkisses just posted "I'm Not A Bastard" to their site and it's free for download. The song is, according to drummer Larry Fulford, a "previously unreleased demo of a previously unreleased song," which is probably why it's free, but hey, it sounds pretty good to these ears and free is free, right?

And, on that note, it's worth mentioning that, while not absolutely free, the Sweetkisses' fine Souvenirs EP is available on that very same page at a pick-your-price download. While I guess you can pick "free" as your price, you can also pick to be a dick.

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