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You may have heard that the town of Balthrop was founded in 1847 in Alabama’s Iron Belt. You might also have heard that Balthrop was once a booming steel town, but these days it has relaxed into an easier pace, providing a home to a close-knit community of shopowners, innkeepers, handymen, farmers, students, and a milkman. They do a pretty good job of keeping each others’ secrets. Or so you may have heard.


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  • I agree with the previous post. It's not that the male vocals are bad, but the songs with the female lead vocals really outshine the others by far.
  • I like the songs where the girl sings, as most of the guys' voices are too dissonant for my taste.
  • great job at southgate house... may it rest in peace...
  • This video is pretty cool, with Andrew Vladeck from Balthrop, Alabama jamming and chatting in a studio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zK2-OCiEb2c&feature=youtu.be
  • yeah you guys are wonderful
  • crooklyn in the house mah-fa*&^
  • I was so sad when you canceled the Montevallo show.. :[ Still love you guys, though.
  • you guys were great at the Brooklyn Country fair :)
  • WONDERFUL low-fi stuff. Sounds a bit like a mixture of Eels & The Decembrists (for lack of a better comparision). BTW, to anyone out there: You can actually download the "Your Big Plans & Our Little Town"-album on their website for free.
  • Loved Pascal's solo work -- Balthrop's Explode has gotta be one of my favorite tracks right now. Awesome.

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