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Head In The Dirt

Head In The Dirt

Artist: Hanni El Khatib

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Head In The Dirt
Head In The Dirt

Artist: Hanni El Khatib
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1. Head in the Dirt
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2. Family
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3. Skinny Little Girl
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4. Penny
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5. Nobody Move
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6. Can't Win Em All
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7. Pay No Mind
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8. Save Me
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9. Low
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10. Sinking in the Sand
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11. House on Fire
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: INNOVATIVE LEISURE
Rel. Date: 04/30/2013
UPC: 634457578722

More Info:

Head In The Dirt, produced by Dan Auerbach, is the second album by Hanni El Khatib, where he takes a lucky 11 songs and makes the entire history of rebel music something all his own. He's got cut-to-the-bone Rhythm 'n' Blues and over-cranked Stooges-style stompers.

Reviews:

He’s got bottomless Black Sabbath riff-outs (the back half of “Pay No Mind”) and dub-a-delic garageland rockers (“Nobody Move”) that call up the spirits of the Clash and the Equals both. His “Low” is just one Andre 3000 remix away from a club anthem, “Penny” is his stuck-in-your-head pop hit and “Sinking In The Sand” is his smash-your-head freak-out—while the plan with Auerbach might have been to make something out of nothing, by the end of Head In The Dirt, you’ll realize that El Khatib actually made something out of everything.

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