MP3: Unnatural Helpers: Cracked Love & Other Drugs [Album Review]

28.04.2010

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Unnatural Helpers: Cracked Love & Other Drugs [Album Review] MP3

Fronted by Dean Whitmore, Unnatural Helpers‘ percussionist and lead vocalist, the band released their LP Cracked Love & Other Drugs this week on Hardly Art. This band of musical misfits have a pretty impressive past and present, having performed in local Seattle acts as Idle Times (Brian Standeford), Charles Leo Gebhardt IV and Catheters (Leo Gebhardt), Intelligence (Whitmore himself), and Hardly Arts ver... Source: fensepost.com

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