Blues, Gospels, and Whathaveyous

by Rusty Cage

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elirothmakesgoodmovies12 I love rusty cage came from knife game stayed for the edginess Favorite track: Poor Narrator.
Lukas Gilkeson
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Lukas Gilkeson I found Rusty Cage from looking up his Knife Song to show a friend. But I stumbled into all of his other works and really loved them. Gospel was the first track I listened to and it really caught my mind. I gotta say that Rusty Cage is one of my new most listened to artists on my phone and is very highly recommended by me and many others. Favorite track: Gospel (There Isn't Any God).
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Mitchell Dunn His lyrics particularly speak well to me. Very soul full and spiritual. Favorite track: I Wish I had a Wish.
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about

Occult music for cowboys.

credits

released September 15, 2011

Musical Composition Contributions and Consultation - by Patrick Daniel and Andy Hendrickson

All songs were written and recorded by Rusty Cage.

contact me at rustycagemusic@gmail.com

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