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Come On Like the Fast Lane


The Silos is the brainchild of vocalist, songwriter, and bandleader Walter Salas-Humara. Hamara has kept the Silos name through line up changes, and the band now features bassist and pedal steel player Drew Glackin and percussionist Konrad Meissner. Come on Like the Fast Lane is their tenth album in twenty years, and holds true to Silos pioneering work as one of the original alternative country bands that became so influential to the early 1990s alternative/grunge scene. This album has been described as, “A perfect gritty soundtrack for a road trip through the Nevada sand dunes heading straight to Vegas.” – Seth Allegaier Tracks: 8 (Shit) 9 (Hell) 13 (Kickass)

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