If you aren't a die-hard Toadies fan, you can feel free to stop reading this post right now. If you are, though, (or if you're just curious and/or can't stop reading something once you've started), then this might interest you.
Over the weekened, Kirtland Records made a small addition the Web site promoting the Toadies' upcoming disc, No Deliverance. Now when you visit the doman, you can hear a 22-second clip of the title track.
It's a raucous 22 seconds, but other than that, it doesn't tell you too much. --Pete Freedman
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