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Artist: The Bottle Rockets Release: 24 Hours A Day Discogs: 3331270 Released: 1997 Label: Atlantic Catalog#: 83015-2 Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue / CD Country: US Style: Rock, Alternative Rock, Country Rock Tracklisting: 01. Kit Kat Clock 02. When I Was Dumb 03. 24 Hours A Day 04. Smokin' 100's Alone 05. Slo Toms 06. Indianapolis 07. Things You Didn't Know 08. One Of You 09. Perfect Far Away 10. Waitin' On A Train 11. Dohack Joe 12. Rich Man 13. Turn For The Worse The Bottle Rockets' first two albums were two of the most influential and popular records of the alternative country movement, setting the stage for their third album, 24 Hours a Day, to be a popular breakthrough upon its 1997 release. After all, alt-country was beginning to emerge from the mainstream and establish itself as one of the cornerstones of adult alternative radio. It's too bad they dropped the ball with 24 Hours a Day, then, since it could have been the one that made their career. It's not that the album is bad -- it's just not great. There are a couple of good moments, such as the propulsive "Perfect Far Away," but much of it is simply solid, craftsmanlike country-rock that sounds like it could have been done by any alt-country band. While that means the album is listenable, it also means that it's a disappointment, since The Bottle Rockets have the potential to be much more than just another alt-country band.
|The Bottle Rockets - 24 Hours a Day FLAC/01 - Kit Kat Clock.flac||18.059 MB|
|The Bottle Rockets - 24 Hours a Day FLAC/02 - When I Was Dumb.flac||25.081 MB|
|The Bottle Rockets - 24 Hours a Day FLAC/03 - 24 Hours A Day.flac||23.695 MB|