You Can't Beat Youth

by The Maharajas

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Do you like rock’n’roll? ’60s garage? Maybe some wiiild guitars? Demented bass runs?! Snotty vocals, tambourine, drums and a cowbell? Folk-rock and wimpy organ ballads? Did we mention fuzz guitars? If you like that – you will love this album!
Compared to their previous release You Cant't Beat Youth marks a return to the bands ‘60s garage roots and moody sound. Most of the songs were penned by Jens Lindberg, bearing his quality mark of emotional and sometimes moody tunes. Long time co-writer and bass player Ulf Guttormsson also contributes with a couple of tracks.
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released October 27, 2017

MATHIAS LILJA – Guitar / Vocals
JENS LINDBERG – Guitar / Organ / Vocals
ULF GUTTORMSSON – Bass / Vocals
JESPER KARLSSON – Drums / Percussion

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The Maharajas Stockholm, Sweden

Not many bands in the Universe can pull of pounding tunes and angst ballads like these fine Swedes. It’s infectious and addictive and makes you wanna drink, dance and holler.
The Maharajas find influences from all good rock made between 1950 and today. Their albums is mix of garage rock, pubrock, pop, moody punk it's a timeless rock’n’roll manifest without a bestbefore stamp.
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