Get Right With God

by Dirty Faces

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Volume 2 of the Age of Terror trilogy.

Released on Brah Records in 2006.
www.brahrecords.com/release.php?brah=12

Dirty Faces – GET RIGHT WITH GOD – Brah! Records (Release date –11/21/06).

The Dirty Faces play bang-up rock‘n roll. Pushers of that punkass sound. Rickety Rock, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the home of Rock & Roll. The band has suffered from and been propelled and inspired by every stupid rock cliché ever to have propelled, inspired and destroyed the health and sanity (not to mention careers) of its members, and yet somehow, the Dirty Faces just keep on getting better. Drugs, relationship problems and sheer laziness are some of the reasons band members leave the Dirty Faces. Sometimes they come back for the same reasons. Drummers come and go, the notion of excellent musicianship is alternately embraced and discarded, and yet the Dirty Faces continue to set higher and higher standards of what a good rock’n roll record can and indeed should sound like in 2006. “The Dirty Faces sound pretty much as advertised. They play rock and roll like the Stillers play football -- hard, angry, muddy, with a chip on their shoulder, and a playbook that has all the unnecessary pages ripped out. It's heavy, but not really punk, not really metal, and not garage rock in the color-coordinated matching-suits sense. It's rusty, dirty Pittsburgh rock with bad attitude to burn…” Mike Machosky, Greensburg/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Get Right with God, out on Brah Records in November of 2006, is the second of a trilogy that started with 2005’s SUPERAMERICAN (Brah Records, 2005). The Dirty Faces managed to keep the same line-up together over the course of the past year, although they’ve discarded the two-drummer assault they used when touring SUPERAMERICAN. The band is T. Glitter on vocals, Tricky Powers on bass, Tweekit and Leadfoot Powers on guitars, Sweet Willie Powers on the drums and Bloody H. Powers on keyboards. As on SUPERAMERICAN, one track features founding member Dickie Powers and former drummer God-of-Fortune Powers. The Dirty Faces believe in acknowledging their own history, while moving on. Get Right with God is more focussed, musically-- harder and heavier—than SUPERAMERICAN.

Discography & related press:
Covered in Lime (Rickety Records, 1998)
“Classic Rust Belt punk, a frenzied take on drug use and crumbling relationships in a city where everybody knows everybody.” Pat Sullivan, Index magazine.
More Lies (Rickety Records, 2002)
SUPERAMERICAN (Brah Records, 2005)
"...unstoppable superheroes-of-rock explosion..." Manny Theiner, Pittsburgh City Paper


Contact info:
Dirty Faces/Rickety Worldwide
210 N. Lang Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
412-335-0344 for booking/other info
ricketyworldwide@gmail.com

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released November 21, 2006

T. GLITTER - VOCALS
TRICKY POWERS - BASS, GUITAR, PERCUSSION
LEADFOOT POWERS - GUITAR, VOCALS
EASY “TWEEKIT” POWERS - GUITAR, KEYS
BLOODY H. POWERS - KEYS, PERCUSSION
SWEET WILLIE “FIVE FINGERS” POWERS - DRUMS
DICKIE POWERS - GUITAR & VOCALS, TRACK 8
GOD-OF-FORTUNE POWERS - DRUMS, TRACK 8

ALL SONGS ©2006 BY T. GLITTER & THE DIRTY FACES.
RECORDED BY WILL DYAR AND JOHN PURSE IN THE SMOKEHOUSE.
MIXED BY JOHN PURSE, RYAN MILLER AND LITTLE T. CAT.
MASTERED AT WEST WEST SIDE BY ALAN DOUCHES, KIM DUMAS AND JESSE BACCUS.
PRODUCED BY THE DIRTY FACES FOR RICKETY WORLDWIDE.
POLAROIDS BY LEAH, CHILL & AMY JOHNSON. DRAWING BY JEFF SCHRECKENGOST.
DIRTY-FACES.COM, BRAHRECORDS.COM, MYSPACE.COM/DIRTYFACESROCKBAND

THANKS TO TERRY CARROLL, MIKE BONELLO, JULIE CHILL, JOHN PURSE, LEAH MCMANIGLE, BILL BAXTER, ERNIE BULLARD AND SAM PACE, AND TO RYAN MILLER, BRIAN CUMMINGS AND JESSICA FEY SILVER FOR CLAPPING HANDS.
Thanks also to Kid Millions, Papa Crazee, Bobby Matador & Hanoi Jane; Kate Bonello; 515 Nightmare Squad; Darius & Jagjaguwar; Will Dyar & Juli Werner; John Johnston, Gina Rullo & the Telefonics; Unicorn Mountain; the Rickety family; Erna Finch; ReRo; The Bumps; Working Poor; The Skinks; Midnite Snake; Modey Lemon; Centipede E’est; Blunderbuss; Don Caballero; Sue, Bobby & Eli Bonello; Pittsburgh Filmmakers; Monica Kopydlowski (the lady upstairs); SD4 = Edgar Um Bucholtz, Lauri Mancuso, Nia Johnson, Michael Mook Monack; Mr. & Mrs. Awesome, Joe & Olivia Vernet; Dan Tomko & Beth Reiners; Randy Costanza; Victoria Lucas; William Baxter, Jr.; T. Hart; B. Avery Janus Baxter (one and only); Jason Jouver; Gary Gnu (space coaster); Chocolate; D.C. Fitzgerald; Jeff Ellsworth; Gene “P-Butter” Doyle; Donna McCallum; Pat Morris and the Guy Downstairs (the band); computers; S. Poitier; Special Teams; Chris “Crystal Powers” Cannon; Jeff “Ghostly Powers” Shreckengost; Sarrogit; Horrible Friday crew; Amy Johnson; Louisville; Chris & Dana; Ernie & Sara; Budai; Alexei Plotnicov; Paul Paddock; Xtina Violenta; Thad Kellstadt; Jesse McLean; Meredith Olson; Angel Nied; Kara Crombie; the Academy Dinor; the Pittsburgh Steelers. Apologia: JJ Cale; Bob Dylan; Pete Doherty; A Tribe Called Quest; Anthony Kiedis; MOP; Chris Cannon; Julie Chill; Alan Lewandowski; Rocky Bleier; whoever else Glitter ripped off; Earl Dotter.
RIP: James “Uncle Jimmy” Schillinger; Gerald Bacasa, Jr.; Matt Hunter; Anne Markovics.

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Rickety Records Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rickety Records began with Tiny Little Help in Pittsburgh in 1990, who after relocating to Albuquerque in 1992-3, released The Mad Leafless Tree in 1994. After recording Postmaster Flash in 1995, TLH moved back to Pittsburgh, where its members formed or joined The Working Poor, Dirty Faces, Dead at 24, The Johnsons, The Bumps, Viragos, Anita Fix & Bambam and Raw Blow. ... more

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