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Recorded and largely self-produced in Nashville with the help of close friend and engineer Jeremy Ferguson, Asking for a Ride finds the Louisville band taking a more direct and in-your-face approach, prioritizing the collections raw energy and its ability to translate live through ripping and nervy compositions. Its White Reaper at their most exciting - dialing up the chrome-plated riffs and monster hooks a welcome reminder of just how much fun rock music can be. We ask ourselves: Does it sound good when we play it in the room together? And if it does, those are the songs we want to pursue, vocalist/guitarist Tony Esposito noted. Guitarist Hunter Thompson concurred: We started to recognize how we operate best as a band.

Recorded and largely self-produced in Nashville with the help of close friend and engineer Jeremy Ferguson, Asking for a Ride finds the Louisville band taking a more direct and in-your-face approach, prioritizing the collections raw energy and its ability to translate live through ripping and nervy compositions. Its White Reaper at their most exciting - dialing up the chrome-plated riffs and monster hooks a welcome reminder of just how much fun rock music can be. We ask ourselves: Does it sound good when we play it in the room together? And if it does, those are the songs we want to pursue, vocalist/guitarist Tony Esposito noted. Guitarist Hunter Thompson concurred: We started to recognize how we operate best as a band.

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Asking For A Ride
Artist: White Reaper
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Asking for a Ride
2. Bozo
3. Fog MachineGetting Into Trouble w/ the Boss
4. Funny Farm
5. Pink Slip
6. Heaven or Not
7. Crawlspace
8. Thorn
9. Pages

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Recorded and largely self-produced in Nashville with the help of close friend and engineer Jeremy Ferguson, Asking for a Ride finds the Louisville band taking a more direct and in-your-face approach, prioritizing the collections raw energy and its ability to translate live through ripping and nervy compositions. Its White Reaper at their most exciting - dialing up the chrome-plated riffs and monster hooks a welcome reminder of just how much fun rock music can be. We ask ourselves: Does it sound good when we play it in the room together? And if it does, those are the songs we want to pursue, vocalist/guitarist Tony Esposito noted. Guitarist Hunter Thompson concurred: We started to recognize how we operate best as a band.

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