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The Tango Saloon - Suspicion

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Album Description

Romero Records & Newmarket Music are excited to announce the brand new album from The Tango Saloon, 'Suspicion' featuring vocalist Elana Stone.

This is the band's fourth album, following on from the self-titled debut released on Mike Patton's Ipecac Recordings in 2006, Transylvania (2008) and Shadows & Fog (2012). While these 3 albums were a largely instrumental blend of experimental tango and spaghetti western scores (and everything in between), the new album is more song-based, featuring Stone on 9 out of its 14 tracks.

Performing on and off with the band since 2006, Stone became more integral after collaborating with bandleader Julian Curwin on the song 'In Black And White', released as a single in 2013, with remixes from Tales In Space and Luke Dubber (Hermitude), and an amazing video clip directed by Julian Shaw.

The new album features 'In Black And White', plus second single 'Don't Close Your Eyes', and 'Smoking Gun', a duet with Stone's long-time collaborator Brian Campeau (The Rescue Ships, Green Mohair Suits, also a special guest with The Mango Balloon).

The Tango Saloon has had an illustrious career thus far, appearing on Spicks & Specks in 2011, supporting Peeping Tom's 2007 Australian tour, as well as sharing the stage with Mondo Cane at The Domain for 2012's Sydney Festival. The lineup features some of the finest musicians in Australia, including members from Mr. Bungle, Darth Vegas, Baby et Lulu, All Our Exes Live In Texas and Monsieur Camembert.




Track Listing

1. Suspicion

2. The Legend of Tango

3. The Last Dance

4. In Black and White

5. A Thousand Years

6. Black Wedding

7. Shadow of a Dead Man

8. The Long Walk

9. Valentino

10. Don't close your eyes

11. Shrinking Lights

12. Smoking Gun

13. Old World

14. The Day Before

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