We're trawling through dark waters in this week's episode of "Music Is The Drug", as we look into the story behind "Murder, Tonight, In The Trailer Park" from "Black Eyed Man".
One of their hardest driving songs, certainly as far as their early albums go, Alan Anton guides us through finding the baseline that propels it, as well as the urgency that working on the clock in a commercial studio could add to things.
And not content with that - ***SPOILER ALERT*** - sifting through the clues, Michael Timmins is going to tell you just whodunnit, which is more than his bandmates knew...
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