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After eighteen years of fronting the pioneering industrial rock band Sister Machine Gun , Chris Randall has returned to his roots with the release of "The Devil His Due," his first solo album. "The Devil His Due" recalls the traditional American styles of blues, early jazz, and vaudeville, mixed together with the dark, foreboding feel that Randall is known for. While there is obvious homage to the alternative blues of Nick Cave and Tom Waits, and even the klangmusik of… read more

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  • Avatar for Tocage
    Nice. Chris' talented in making music in these jazz genres as proved on lovely Burn.
  • Avatar for aphorism9
    Interesting turn!
  • Avatar for DruiD_ff
    Finally I got this album and can assert that this is amazing. Great sound, full of TW influence, excite every distant part of soul.
  • Avatar for beer_absorber
    When I'am can download songs? piratbay? demonoid?
  • Avatar for inn3rflow
    I'm glad that Chris retained that distinctive sound that made SMG what it was.
  • Avatar for kostasdegrecia
    Excellent work!!! It's obvious the influence of Tom Waits, but perhaps that's exactly the reason of the quality of that album! When the naive british groups searching for inspiration in the new wave, a music veteran from Oregon rediscover the blues! Good job!
  • Avatar for schwarzz
    Love the new direction! Can't wait to buy the albums!

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