Fastball: Help Machine

Fastball SKU: 39370549
Fastball: Help Machine

Fastball: Help Machine

Fastball SKU: 39370549

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Help Machine
Artist: Fastball
Label: 33 1/3 Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 678572283147
Genre: Rock

Limited blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Fastball's new album, The Help Machine, follows on the heels of the bands acclaimed 2017 release Step Into Light. The new set, on the Austin's TX trio's own 33 1/3 label, once again demonstrates the distinctive songwriting, expressive vocals and inventive melodic sensibilities of Miles Zuniga and his bandmate Tony Scalzo. With drummer, Joey Shuffield completing the longstanding lineup, the trio's time tested creative rapport is a potent as ever on such compelling tunes as Scalzo's "White Collar," "All Gone Fuzzy," and "The Girl You Pretend to Be" and the Zunga compositions "Friend or Foe," "Holding The Devil's Hand," and the album's enigmatic title track.

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