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Finally. The Prairie Cartel 12-inch available

March 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Chicago band The Prairie Cartel–made up of former members of Fig Dish and Caviar, along with the frontman of Local H–have released Long Nights, Impossible Odds, a 12″ of some of their songs.

This is their first official release, although you can download more of their songs/demos from SnoCap via their MySpace page (might I suggest you start with “Suitcase Pimp”? — seriously, download it now).

The $8 vinyl includes the songs “Keep Everybody Warm,” “F— Yeah, That Wide,” “Homicide,” and the Acid Jacks remix of “Keep Everybody Warm.”

I highly suggest checking it out. They are excellent live and this project is an interesting progression for the musicians. Check back for more on the band in the future.

You can see some of the band members’ past work on YouTube here, here, here, and here. Or download this file for a special treat. Also, Illinois Entertainer has a live review of the band.

Gotta love the Styx reference…

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