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2019 album from the Oakland, CA punk/metal/rock 'n' roll outfit Dopesick. Lead guitarist and main songwriter, Adam Albright has been the one constant since founding the band in 1997. Originally a member of Bay Area post-thrash band, Skinlab, Albright was hindered from early touring with the band because of a prison sentence. In prison, he heard the term "dope sick" from a cellmate, and was inspired to make this the name for his next project. With the troubles of the past behind him and a new lease on life, Adam Albright and Dopesick have returned triumphantly in 2019.
2019 album from the Oakland, CA punk/metal/rock 'n' roll outfit Dopesick. Lead guitarist and main songwriter, Adam Albright has been the one constant since founding the band in 1997. Originally a member of Bay Area post-thrash band, Skinlab, Albright was hindered from early touring with the band because of a prison sentence. In prison, he heard the term "dope sick" from a cellmate, and was inspired to make this the name for his next project. With the troubles of the past behind him and a new lease on life, Adam Albright and Dopesick have returned triumphantly in 2019.
711583529962

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Format: CD
Label: EMPL
Rel. Date: 09/06/2019
UPC: 711583529962

A Violent Happy Place
Artist: Dopesick
Format: CD
New: Available $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. What's Your Name (Intro)
2. Skin to the Bones
3. Why
4. Standing in the Dust
5. Phone Call to Heaven
6. Extra Extra
7. Freaks
8. The Big Ugly
9. Mindslide 1
10. Cleaning the Wounds 1
11. S.I.G.W.T.T.H 1
12. Never Far 1
13. Phone Call to Heaven (Acoustic)

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2019 album from the Oakland, CA punk/metal/rock 'n' roll outfit Dopesick. Lead guitarist and main songwriter, Adam Albright has been the one constant since founding the band in 1997. Originally a member of Bay Area post-thrash band, Skinlab, Albright was hindered from early touring with the band because of a prison sentence. In prison, he heard the term "dope sick" from a cellmate, and was inspired to make this the name for his next project. With the troubles of the past behind him and a new lease on life, Adam Albright and Dopesick have returned triumphantly in 2019.
        
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