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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Black Hills Jam (15:27)
2. Wormhole (4:23)
3. Westside Highway (7:03)
4. Trees (10:42)
5. Groove Monkey (8:39)
6. Swamp Gas & Moonshine (15:15)
7. Dangerous in Deed (7:50)

Total Time: 68:39

Line-up / Musicians

- David Broyles / guitar
- Michael "Smitty" Smith / guitar
- Steven Munger / saxophone
- Jess White / bass
- Joel Veatch / drums

Releases information

CD Flying Spot FSI104 USA-2004

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