Decline of the Southern Gentleman

by THE TIM VERSION

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No Idea Release NIR-234
Released: January 1, 2008

The Tim Version is Gainesville punk (from Tampa), with better jobs and a better van! Wrap 'em up in a tortilla with Grabass Charlestons, Radon, Leatherface, Hot Water Music, Billy Reese Peters, Motorhead, country legends of old, and a hefty dose of fast, bring-the- house-down punk rock, and you've got a mighty fine burrito! This here album is uptempo, adrenalin-charged and whiskey- soaked, but some of the finest moments are also found when they step back and let the songs breathe and move. I'd say they do what they do because they don't know any better, but the singer really IS a rocket scientist. The drummer plays traditional style (read: "holds sticks weird"), and is way better than he should be, the jerk! And between them, they have an encyclopedic knowledge of music, crossing all genres.

The Tim Version:
Mike Paul - bass
Scott Laval - guitar, vocals
Shawn Watkins - drums, vocals
Russ Van Cleave - guitar, sore throat

Track Listing:
1. Shin Splints
2. Murder
3. Tim Dorsey Writes Non-Fiction
4. W.H.A.
5. Where The Wildmen Are
6. Too Many Saturday Nights
7. Paradise By The Fluorescent Lights
8. Bitter Greens
9. Mark's Albatross
10. Skilled Labor
11. East Of Eden
12. League Minimum

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released January 1, 2008

Recorded and mixed by Mark Nikolich at Atomic Audio between March and June 2007.

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