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Run Wolves Run

by Sean Hayes

Run Wolves Run by Sean Hayes

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Run Wolves Run

by Sean Hayes

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San Francisco's Sean Hayes is a poet of the margins, playing freak folk well after the blush left that particular rose. But now Hayes is opening his arms, musically speaking, inviting in reggae, the blues, punk and retro rock, without losing that edgy southern something that defines him. He's also, by the way, really horny. For every whirling song of adulation -- "When We Fall In," "Powerful Stuff" -- there's a wince-worthy line like "I wanna stay up all night/ and do you like a drug." Yeah, sometimes the libido that feeds these songs flames a little too bright, but you'll forgive him.

About This Album

San Francisco's Sean Hayes is a poet of the margins, playing freak folk well after the blush left that particular rose. But now Hayes is opening his arms, musically speaking, inviting in reggae, the blues, punk and retro rock, without losing that edgy southern something that defines him. He's also, by the way, really horny. For every whirling song of adulation -- "When We Fall In," "Powerful Stuff" -- there's a wince-worthy line like "I wanna stay up all night/ and do you like a drug." Yeah, sometimes the libido that feeds these songs flames a little too bright, but you'll forgive him.

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About This Album

San Francisco's Sean Hayes is a poet of the margins, playing freak folk well after the blush left that particular rose. But now Hayes is opening his arms, musically speaking, inviting in reggae, the blues, punk and retro rock, without losing that edgy southern something that defines him. He's also, by the way, really horny. For every whirling song of adulation -- "When We Fall In," "Powerful Stuff" -- there's a wince-worthy line like "I wanna stay up all night/ and do you like a drug." Yeah, sometimes the libido that feeds these songs flames a little too bright, but you'll forgive him.