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The Gilded Palace of Sin

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The Gilded Palace of Sin is a country band from Manchester, England. Their debut album “You Break Our Hearts, We’ll Tear Yours Out” was released in the UK in 2009.

(note that the Gilded Palace of Sin is an album by the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers; it was released in 1969)

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  • yhwman

    I made no effort to get to the start of a gig these guys were supporting at because they are described here as "a country band". I caught the end of their set, they are not a country band!

    10 Feb 2012 Reply
  • BurialHex

    music for great sex nights!

    23 Jan 2011 Reply
  • Nightwyrm

    We're currently giving away two copies of The Gilded Palace of Sin's debut album Your Break Our Hearts, We'll Tear Yours Out. Check out the details on Battlemouth.

    16 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Nightwyrm

    The Gilded Palace’s Rock Noir Rebellion - read the review for The Gilded Palace of Sin's debut album "You Break Our Hearts, We’ll Tear Yours Out" on Battlemouth. Includes a CD giveaway.

    16 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Mogador2000

    I saw these guys last night supporting Magazine in Sheffield. I didn't know the first thing about them beforehand, but I was extremely impressed from the word go. I'm not really skilled in describing music to other people, but I can say that the band were tight, they had superb musicianship, were experimental, had songs with brave lyrics, a strong frontman who came across both humble and humorous in his banter with the audience. Maybe it was the influence of the drink, but it struck me that this band has the potential for pushing back the frontiers of music ever so slightly back, e.g. using a violin bow across xylophone keys to produce an eery harmonica-type sound. Brilliant. I would recommend anyone to go and see them.

    16 Jul 2009 Reply