- 01. you my friend
02. sparkling juice
03. dirty man
04. underworld evolution
05. losing you
06. clear water
07. we gave it all to you
08. bitter tears
09. dancing at the square of fame
10. low time tunes
11. same old song
12. Wake me up, shake me up
We gave it all to you[engl] 5 youngbloods outta the southswedish province. To be exact: Mölndal. When listening to their debut album you will recognize 2 things at once: Their song writing skills and their easy being when it comes to play great rock. This aspect is even more breath-taking when you consider the ages of the bandmembers: They all been 18 and 19 years old when they recorded the album and played together for 4 years. in our eyes (ears) they're so much further than most fo their colleagues. The Sacred Sailors didn't invent Rock#n'Roll but they present it in a way that's unbelievable fresh. Mixing-up a rock-bastard between CCR and Led Zeppelin, paired with the energy of abnds like the Hellacopters or Gluecifer.
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