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Strikes and Gutters 2: Doublewide

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Released  March 23, 2004
Artist  The Clarks
Label  King Mouse Records
Length  62:28
Release date  23 March 2004
Genre  Rock music
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Strikes and Gutters 2: Doublewide is an album by Pittsburgh rock band The Clarks, their second outtake album. It was released in 2004.


Track listing

  1. "Queen of America"
  2. "Rise and Fall"
  3. "Save Me"
  4. "Upside Down"
  5. "Old Friend"
  6. "The Ship is Going Down"
  7. "The River"
  8. "I'm a Fool"
  9. "Snowman"
  10. "The Truth Will Set You Free"
  11. "Brand New"
  12. "What's Going On"
  13. "Cigarette" (No Smoking Mix)
  14. "Holiday Season"

The CD also contained a purposefully hidden track that came after "Holiday Season" and was a parody of Dr. Seuss with lyrics about recreational drug use.


  • Scott Blasey - lead vocals, electric & acoustic guitars
  • Rob James - electric & acoustic guitars, vocals, Vocal turn on "Holiday Season"
  • Greg Joseph - bass guitar, vocals, Lead Vocals on "Queen of America" and "Holiday Season"
  • Dave Minarik - drums, vocals, Vocal turn on "Holiday Season"
  • Songs

    1Queen of America3:27
    2Rise and Fall3:22
    3Save Me3:38


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