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Anything Could Happen [Explicit Lyrics]

Bash & Pop

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1
Not This Time
Bash & Pop
2:34
2
On the Rocks
Bash & Pop
4:23
3
Anything Could Happen
Bash & Pop
3:32
4
Breathing Room
Bash & Pop
3:28
5
Anybody Else
Bash & Pop
3:19
6
Can't Be Bothered
Bash & Pop
2:51
7
Bad News
Bash & Pop
3:32
8
Never Wanted to Know
Bash & Pop
3:22
9
Anytime Soon
Bash & Pop
4:06
10
EXPLICITUnf*ck You
Bash & Pop
2:33
11
Jesus Loves You
Bash & Pop
3:08
12
Shortcut
Bash & Pop
3:25
Total Playing Time    40:13
More than 20 years after the one and only album from Bash & Pop comes the sequel Anything Could Happen, spearheaded by founding Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson. In the two decade interim, Stinson played with Soul Asylum and Guns N' Roses, reforming Bash & Pop with a new lineup in 2016 after leaving Guns N' Roses. Stinson himself takes care of vocals and switches from bass to rhythm guitar in this band, joined by lead guitarist Steve Selvidge from The Hold Steady, bassist Justin Perkins and Mighty Mighty Bosstones drummer Joe Sirois.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fat Possum Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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