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Bite Down Hard - Ron Hawkins And The Rusty Nails - Crackstatic (CD, Album)


2000
Label: Not On Label - RHCRA01 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Bite Down Hard - Ron Hawkins And The Rusty Nails - Crackstatic (CD, Album)

 · Lyrics By – Lawrence Nichols (tracks: 7) Mastered By – Greg O'Shea. Mixed By – Daryl Smith. Percussion – Mark Hansen. Producer – Ian Blurton. Saxophone – Christopher Plock, Jason Walters. Violin – Julie Penner. Vocals, Guitar, Piano, Talkbox, Written By, Organ [Hammond] – Ron Hawkins. Vocals, Harmonica, Melodica – Lawrence /5(3).

Without a doubt, Crackstatic is the Rusty Nails' most cohesive effort to date. The production talents of Toronto rock god Ian Blurton lent themselves well to this project -- the magic touch that Blurton had with the Weakerthans' Left and Leaving carried itself over to make the pop/punk songs like the first single ("Bite Down Hard") more concise, and the heart-wrenching balladry of "Rumours and 9/

 ·  · Listen to music from Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails like Bite Down Hard, Small Victories & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails.

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 ·  · Following a minute opening set by local duo Oxford Blue, Ron Hawkins took the stage with his acoustic guitar for the first of two sets. The audience were promptly informed to expect some solo stuff, some Rusty Nails material, some Lowest of the Low, and some new material too. We were certainly more than okay with that!


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  1.  ·  · Album · · 14 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Bite Down Hard. 1. More by Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails. Greasing the Star Machine Airports of the World Albums You May Also Like. The Secret of My Excess.

  2.  · Ron Hawkins and the Rusty Nails. Crackstatic. One of the main reasons Ron Hawkins probably didn't feel insecure about a Lowest of the Low reunion was that he'd just released his best solo album .

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