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Mouse Rat: The Awesome Album Vinyl: Duke Silver Edition

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$28.00

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Entertainment 720 partners with Dualtone Records to release Mouse Rat’s debut album The Awesome Album on vinyl, already being heralded by Ron Swanson as “highly competent.”

Mouse Rat
, formerly known as Scarecrow Boat, Everything Rhymes With Orange, Fleetwood Mac Sexpants, Threeskin, Just The Tip, Tackleshaft, and The Department of Homeland Obscurity, among many others, is fronted by Parks and Recreation shoe shine employee Andy Dwyer. They have released a prolific string of hits including 5000 Candles In The Wind (Bye Bye Li'l Sebastian), Catch Your Dream (featuring Duke Silver), Two Birds Holding Hands, and The Pit.

In an extra dose of AWESOME, Scott Tanner, of the legendary Pawnee band “Land Ho!” has contributed two new songs to the album in a symbolic passing of the torch, identifying Mouse Rat as the next band to break from the underground Pawnee music scene. Dwyer and Tanner originally connected when Dwyer organized a Land Ho! Reunion for the famous Pawnee - Eagleton Unity Concert.

Be sure to grab your copy of this limited edition Mouse Rat vinyl: Duke Silver Edition.

                                                 

Mouse Rat: The Awesome Album

Side A
  1. 5,000 Candles In The Wind
  2. The Pit
  3. Sex Hair
  4. Catch Your Dream (feat. Duke Silver)
  5. Two Birds Holding Hands
  6. Ann Song
  7. The Way You Look Tonight
  8. Menace Ball
Side B
  1. Remember
  2. I Get A Kick Out of You
  3. Let’s Call The Whole Thing Off
  4. Lovely Tonight
  5. I’ve Got You Under My Skin
  6. I Only Have Eyes For You
  7. Pickled Ginger by Land Ho!
  8. Cold Water by Scott Tanner (feat. Duke Silver)


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