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At the End of the Day by Galactic Cowboys CD Rock Popular Hard Rock Music Arts

At the End of the Day by Galactic Cowboys CD Rock Popular Hard Rock Music Arts



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Additional Information about At the End of the Day by Galactic Cowboys (CD, Sep-1998, Metal Blade)
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Album Features
UPC: 039841418323
Artist: Galactic Cowboys
Format: CD
Release Year: 1998
Record Label: Metal Blade
Genre: Hard Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Nothing to Say
2. Ants
3. Just Like Me
4. Where Do I Sign?
5. Bright Horizons
6. Puppet Show
7. Mr. Magnet
8. Never Understand
9. Ranch on Mars Pt. 2 (Set Me Free)
10. How Does It Feel?
11. Young Man's Dream
12. Shine
13. The Shape
14. It's Not Over
15. Through
16. At the End of the Day

Playing Time: 66 min.
Producer: Alan Doss, Brian Garcia
Distributor: RED Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Galactic Cowboys: Ben Huggins (vocals, harmonica); Wally Farkas (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Monty Colvin (bass, background vocals); Alan Doss (keyboards, drums, background vocals).Engineers: Alan Doss, Brian Garcia, Ryan Birsinger.Recorded at Sunflower Studios, Houston, Texas, from March to June 1998.Houston's Galactic Cowboys appear to be flying on auto-pilot for much of 1998's At the End of the Day, making this album interesting to long-time fans only. The raging "Nothing to Say" is probably the record's only exceptional track, and though the seven-song "Machine Fish Suite" has its bright moments ("Mr. Magnet," "Never Understand"), it is generally unspectacular. The record also includes departing founding member and drummer Alan Doss taking his first lead vocal on the gloomy "Through," and the band closes with the eerie instrumental title track "Outer Space." ~ Eduardo Rivadavia

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