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2010 release from this project led by Cobalt's Erik Wunder. Man's Gin was born in Colorado when Wunder and a friend took up their acoustic guitars and a bottle of cheap liquor and began writing lonely tributes to the drink in which they were drowning their sorrows. The collaboration yielded a batch of home-recorded songs they called the Rum Demos, and circulated among their small circle of friends. Fast-forward several years to 2009-Wunder was living in Brooklyn and Cobalt had just released Gin, one of the most celebrated Metal albums of the year. Man's Gin songs had been kicking around in his head for years, and Wunder decided to resurrect the project, adding electric guitars and drums to the band's original acoustic guitar/vocal structure and enlisting the help of Josh Lozano and Scott Edward on grand piano and upright bass.
2010 release from this project led by Cobalt's Erik Wunder. Man's Gin was born in Colorado when Wunder and a friend took up their acoustic guitars and a bottle of cheap liquor and began writing lonely tributes to the drink in which they were drowning their sorrows. The collaboration yielded a batch of home-recorded songs they called the Rum Demos, and circulated among their small circle of friends. Fast-forward several years to 2009-Wunder was living in Brooklyn and Cobalt had just released Gin, one of the most celebrated Metal albums of the year. Man's Gin songs had been kicking around in his head for years, and Wunder decided to resurrect the project, adding electric guitars and drums to the band's original acoustic guitar/vocal structure and enlisting the help of Josh Lozano and Scott Edward on grand piano and upright bass.
884501364966

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Format: CD
Label: PFLO
Catalog: 64
Rel. Date: 08/24/2010
UPC: 884501364966

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Artist: Mans Gin
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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2010 release from this project led by Cobalt's Erik Wunder. Man's Gin was born in Colorado when Wunder and a friend took up their acoustic guitars and a bottle of cheap liquor and began writing lonely tributes to the drink in which they were drowning their sorrows. The collaboration yielded a batch of home-recorded songs they called the Rum Demos, and circulated among their small circle of friends. Fast-forward several years to 2009-Wunder was living in Brooklyn and Cobalt had just released Gin, one of the most celebrated Metal albums of the year. Man's Gin songs had been kicking around in his head for years, and Wunder decided to resurrect the project, adding electric guitars and drums to the band's original acoustic guitar/vocal structure and enlisting the help of Josh Lozano and Scott Edward on grand piano and upright bass.
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