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DeeCracks announce Sonic Delusions

Posted Jan. 21, 2018, 4:02 p.m. in Records by Loren
DeeCracks announce Sonic Delusions

DeeCRACKS, formed in 2003, will release their new full-length, Sonic Delusions, on Feb. 23 on Pirates Press Records.


The long-running band has had numerous line-up changes over the years, boasting a career of "15 years, over 800 shows around the globe, 4 LPs, 1 EP, 3 7 inches, 2 Best-of-CDs and 5 split releases on international labels along with 10 different bass players, 2 band names, and countless crazy tour stories to tell to listening ears."


Track listing:
1. Standing On My Head
2. Step 4
3. Mentalane
4. All Along
5. Left Out Of Mind
6. Shambles
7. Montreal Nights
8. Mexican Standoff
9. It's Been Awhile
10. Watch Out!
11. On Your Own
12. Substitute
13. Holiday Season
14. Valentine
15. Turn Away

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