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  1. Dark Days (Remastered) by Ducky Boys, released 24 February 1. These Are the Days 2. Out of the Rut 3. Me Against the World 4. Do You Wrong 5. We'll Find a Way 6. All For One & One For All 7. I've Got My Friends 8. Fourteen 9. I'll Rise Up Another Day A Better Life Misfit No Tales To Tell The Ballad of the Forgotten
  2. The Ducky Boys one, sound quality-wise, came out way better than we expected. Jim Siegel, who recorded it at the Outpost, makes great sounding records. This is the third CD weâ ve done with him, so we knew something good was going to come out of it. But we didnâ t know that he would be able to drag the good performances out that he was.
  3. Ducky Boys are back for their first album in nearly six years with "Chasing the Ghost". Released on their own upstart record label, this new album is % DIY from top to bottom. The album features 17 songs making it the longest Ducky Boys album to date.
  4. Welcome back, Ducky Boys. Chasing the Ghost, the first album from the band in six years, is definitely a rocker, albeit an often sad rocker. It is a respectable blend of punk rock tempered with rock and roll. The real world guts and grit is intact and the songs have heart and blue collar soul.
  5. The Green Album (gift given) by Before I Hang. The Green Album. by Before I Hang by Ducky Boys. You own this · buy now · hear more; appears in 80 other collections. Chasing the Ghost (gift given) by Ducky Boys. Chasing the Ghost. by Ducky Boys. favorite track.
  6. Jan 27,  · Provided to YouTube by TuneCore New Chapter · The Ducky Boys Chasing the Ghost ℗ State Line Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Oct 04,  · Yo La Tengo also find time for a couple of space-disco novelties, a noisy Beach Boys cover and a few silly love songs, adding up to the kickiest album of their stellar career. • Rolling Stone.
  8. In , the Ducky Boys released their fifth studio album, Chasing the Ghost. It was recorded at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, Massachusetts. [ citation needed ] Originally slated to be a 7-inch record or an EP, a breakup brought a surge of songwriting from Mark Lind and the project quickly became a full-length track album.

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