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I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In The House, Live At Dante's

No holds barred rock ‘n’ roll that pulls no punches in its outspokenness against homophobia, racism, and an unruly administration led by one George W. Bush, Portland, Oregon’s loud rock band I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch in the House’s “Live At Dante’s” is the truest representation of their live sound that you can find on record. That’s because it’s a live record, recorded at their favorite Portland, Oregon club, Dante’s, a club that has supported them since their inception in 2002. Including fan favorites off their three studio albums – 2002’s “Creepy Little Noises”, 2003’s “Put Here To Bleed”, and 2004’s “Menace” (all on In Music We Trust Records) – as well as a new song, “Scream”, from their forthcoming full-length (in 2007), and longtime live favorite “Rockin’ in the Free World” (finally available on an SOB record, after many a fan’s request), “Live At Dante’s” offers up unadulterated I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch in the House and their brand of rock like it’s meant to be heard: loud, outspoken, and in a club.

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