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Mexican Wolfboys- For The Want Of A Home LP ~SCREENED COVERS!

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Mexican Wolfboys- For The Want Of A Home LP.  Some might classify Mexican Wolfboys as Punkrock, Punkabilly or Psychobilly. But their wild blend of Punk, Surf, Country, Blues, Soul and Rockabilly refuses to fit such narrow categories. This Rock’n’Roll melting pot might remind listeners of other genre breaking bands like The Clash, Johnny Cash, Hasil Adkins and The Meteors. But the Mexican Wolfboys simply cross genres and blend styles into music that, at the core, is just straight up Rock N Roll. “For The Want Of A Home” is an album that reflects the band’s affinity for guitar-driven music and captures the energy of their live shows through their love for vintage Rock’n’Roll sounds. NICE LOOKING HAND SCREENED COVERS ON THESE!

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