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Wyominig - Buzzard Canyon - Hellfire And Whiskey

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  1. Buzzard Canyon – Hellfire & Whiskey (Salt Of The Earth Records) rock takes on some stoner and sludge like qualities, sounding like a slower and heavier Kyuss. This points us towards Buzzard Canyon, who by their own admission are that 60 cycle hum from a Marshall stack which sends. “Wyoming” has a real rocking vibe to it and some.
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  3. Buzzard Canyon - Hellfire & Whiskey () Rolling in like a mix of doom, blues and rock n' roll, we have the warm and fuzzy sound of Connecticut's Buzzard Canyon. The quintet seems to offer a slew of catchy choruses, but there's also a great deal of thickness insofar as the compositions are concerned.
  4. Buzzard Canyon. 1, likes · 6 talking about this. Buzzard Canyon is Rock and Roll from Connecticut. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Press alt + / to open this menu. Buzzard Canyon - Wyoming Live @ Cherry St. 1. Buzzard Canyon - Vultures of Volume Fest. techno.chartgenie.netinfoers: K.
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  7. Nov 23,  · Buzzard Canyon – Hellfire & Whiskey. Rating. If one were to judge a book by its title, you might surmise that Buzzard Canyon was an outlaw country outfit — Hellfire & Whiskey sounds like a deep cut you’d hear on a Hank Jr. record, or something from modern-day Nashville darling Chris Stapleton. But there’s a half-decent chance this band.

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