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For a Decade of Sin: 11 Years of Bloodshot Records album for sale was released Oct 25, 2005 on the Bloodshot label. Performers include: My Morning Jacket, Bottle Rockets, Richard Buckner, Crooked Fingers, Old 97s. Personnel: Dan John Miller (vocals, guitar, fiddle); Matt Mays, Kurt Marschke, Dean Schlabowske, Richard Smith , Jarret Murphy, Hank Williams III, Jim Krewson, Vincent Martini, Joel Paterson, Mary Lou Lord, Nora O'Connor, Paul Burch, Ani Cordero, Rhett Miller, Wayne Hancock, Bobby Bare, Jr., Carla Bozulich (vocals, guitar); George Hunter , Greg Vanderpool (vocals, acoustic guitar); Gary Roadarmel, Brian Henneman (vocals, electric guitar); Graham Lindsey (vocals, banjo); Jennie Benford (vocals, mandolin); Andrew Bird (vocals, violin); Rick "Cookin'" Sherry (vocals, harmonica, drums); Eric Bachmann, Jo Walston, Scott McCaughey (vocals, piano); Joe Camarillo (vocals, drums); Molly Conley, Kim Martini, J.B. Rodgers, Masha Marjieh, Jeff Eaton, Andre Williams & His New Group, Andy Patil, Lisa Rogers, Alan Doughty, Kathleen Edwards, Mike Ireland, Murry Hammond, Ralph Stanley, Rex Hobart, Sally Timms, Scott Luallen, Cherilyn DiMond, Robert Kearns, Christa Meyer (vocals); Kirk Rundstrom (guitar, background vocals); Dallas Good, Earl Crim, Duane Denison, Eddie Biebel, Dinko Tomljanovic, Dalibor Pavicic, Sean Schroeder, Joel Patterson, Michael "Holler" Lemon, Ken Bethea, Mike Gent, Nick Saloman, Pete Stiles, Tim Kelley, Travis Good, Bill Anderson (guitar); Jon Rauhouse (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Peter Buck (acoustic guitar, mandolin); Chris Mills, Eric Johnson (acoustic guitar); Clifford Brown , John Horton (electric guitar); Nels Cline (lap steel guitar); Eric Mardis (banjo, background vocals); Brad Hutchinson, Patch Boyle, Steve Sparkman (banjo); Wayne Gottstine (mandolin, background vocals); Jim Fredley (mandolin); Darcie Deaville, Fats Kaplin (fiddle); Dave Feeny (harmonica, melodica, background vocals); Cassius (accordion); Felipe Flores (baritone saxophone); Jason Parker (trumpet); Ross Westerbur (piano, organ, background vocals); Nick Grosso (piano); Chris Eckman (organ); Scott Bricklin, Scott Ligon (keyboards); Kaveh Rastegar (double bass); Chris Rhoades, Barton Carroll (upright bass); Tim Baker , William King (drums, percussion); Chris Verene, Ryan Farnham, Paul Lemon, Mark Ortmann, Roberto J. For a Decade of Sin: 11 Years of Bloodshot Records CD music is a 2-disc set with 42 songs. ...See Full Description
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|3||Little Glass Of Wine||3:21|| $0.99|
|4||Close Your House Down||3:53|| $0.99|
|5||Ocean Size ||2:34|| $0.99|
|6||Behind That Locked Door||4:15|| $0.99|
|8||Little White Pills||2:50|| $0.99|
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|17||Where Are All My Friends?||4:07|| $0.99|
|18||Chicken Road||2:28|| $0.99|
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|2||Ship to Spain||4:05|| $0.99|
|3||I'd Be Lonesome||2:57|| $0.99|
|4||How Many Biscuits Can You Eat?||2:44|| $0.99|
|5||I Want To Destroy You||2:24|| $0.99|
|6||Cold Company||4:07|| $0.99|
|7||Now I Know||3:16|| $0.99|
|8||Magnificent Seven||2:45|| $0.99|
|9||Call of the Wreckin' Ball||3:37|| $0.99|
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For a Decade of Sin: 11 Years of Bloodshot Records songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6979244|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 2005|
|Producer||Matt Mays; Colin Andrews; Don Smith; Eric Ambel; 16 Horsepower; Brian Pulito; Erik Lloyd Walkoff; Gary Schepers; Jon Rauhouse; Mark Deutrom; Mark Nevers; Milton Mapes; Nick Saloman; Paul Burch; Pete Donnelly; Steve Deutsch; Tom Tatman; Bill Anderson; Scott H. Biram; Bobby Bare, Jr.; Carla Bozulich; Charlie Dos Santos|
|Engineer||Colin Mahoney; Chad Meise; Chris Carr; Jan-Erik Tormoen; Dean Bratcher; Mike Janus; Gary Schepers; Jay Newland; John Baccigaluppi; Ken Sluiter; Mark Haines; Martin Feveyear; Mike Hagler; Mike Martin; Andy Gerber; Pete Donnelly; Rennie Sparks; Steve Albini; Tim Hatfield; Tom Tatman; John Smerek; Bob Ferbrache; Randy Wilson; Brett Sparks; Charlie Dos Santos|
|Recording Time||139 minutes|
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