|Three Chords and the Truth|
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|Released||November 16, 2004|
|The Ducky Boys chronology|
Three Chords and the Truth is the third studio album of The Ducky Boys. It was recorded and released in 2004. The group reverted to a three piece band with a big, professional recorded sound for the album. This is the Ducky Boy's second album with Thorp Records and their first with guitarist Douglas Sullivan.
All songs written by Mark Lind, except where noted.
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