Bonus MP3: Broken Teeth -- "Roll Over"

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If you find yourself in Ft. Worth this weekend and--somehow--in need of some really bad '80s-inspired hard rock music, you'll find your fix at Rock Star Sports Bar, where Austin rock quintet Broken Teeth will perform on Saturday.

Broken Teeth's sound is everything you'd expect from an act booked to play a venue that calls itself Rock Star Sports Bar with a straight face. It just doesn't do a thing for me. Check out (and, yes, download for free) this track off the band's 2007 album Electric:

Broken Teeth -- "Roll Over"

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