The Shelters

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1 Rebel Heart 03:59 96/24 Album only
2 Birdwatching 03:31 96/24 Album only
3 Liar 03:04 96/24 Album only
4 Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl 03:06 96/24 Album only
5 Surely Burn 03:05 96/24 Album only
6 The Ghost Is Gone 05:44 96/24 Album only
7 Gold 03:21 96/24 Album only
8 Never Look Behind Ya 03:11 96/24 Album only
9 Fortune Teller 02:54 96/24 Album only
10 Dandelion Ridge 03:03 96/24 Album only
11 Born to Fly 03:59 96/24 Album only
12 Down 04:14 96/24 Album only
13 Untitled (Hidden Track) 00:58 96/24 Album only

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The Shelters is the LA rock band's self-titled debut album on Warner Bros. Records. Just like the EP they released last October as an album preview, their full-length is a blast of Southern Californian rock and roll from a four-piece like they used to make them, when the factory was still up and running. Co-produced by Tom Petty, this album comes at you from behind, nothing you were expecting.

The Shelters had just banded together when Petty heard them and got a gut feeling about what they could be. He gave The Shelters the keys to his home studio and showed them a few things. Though mostly he left them alone, Petty had enough sense to leave the gear powered up. Maybe they were determined to show him he hadn’t made a mistake. Maybe they just liked the way those old tube amps sounded. They seized the moment and got to work, insistent on becoming a band. A real band.

People are going to reference some of the great rock and roll bands of yesterday and today. But this is no tribute show. The sounds they’ve made seem to have been dragged from the vaults and forced to fit the present. It’s all a beautiful reminder that rock and roll may have slipped out of view for minute, but it’s still out there, alive in the hands of the ones who need it the most.