Truth & Salvage Co. (album)

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Truth & Salvage Co.
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 25, 2010
RecordedFall 2009
Genre Rock
Length46:07
Label Silver Arrow
Producer Chris Robinson

Truth & Salvage Co. is the 2010 debut album by rock band Truth & Salvage Co. It features the single, "Call Back."

Contents

Reception

Professional ratings
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The initial critical reception of the Truth & Salvage Co. was mostly positive, though sales were slow to build. The band garnered a considerable amount of early interest in their debut by performing in the opening slot for producer Chris Robinson's band The Black Crowes on their 2009 tour of the United States.

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Hail Hail"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:46
2."Call Back"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:10
3."Welcome to L.A."Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:55
4."Heart Like a Wheel"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:12
5."See Her"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:34
6."Old Piano" Perry/Jones/Wright4:45
7."101"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:18
8."Jump the Ship"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:41
9."She Really Does It for Me"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:20
10."Rise Up"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew4:39
11."Brothers, Sons & Daughters"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew4:22
12."Pure Mountain Angel"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew4:35

Additional tracks

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
13."Them Jeans"Young/Jones/Smith/Kinnebrew3:10

"Them Jeans" was released as an exclusive iTunes bonus track along with the original album on May 25, 2010.

Personnel

Additional credits

Charts

As of June 2, 2010, Truth and Salvage Co. has yet to chart.

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