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Full Devil Jacket

A hard-hitting post-grunge/hard rock unit in the vein of Alice in Chains, Staind, and Godsmack, Jackson, Tennessee's Full Devil Jacket was founded in 1997 under the moniker the Voodoo Hippies. Comprised of frontman Josh Brown, guitarists Michael Reaves and Jon Montoya, bassist Kevin Bebout, and drummer Keith Foster, the band issued a pair of independent releases before inking a deal with Def Jam and changing their name. The newly minted Full Devil Jacket appeared at Woodstock 1999 shortly before issuing their major-label debut EP, A Wax Box. The band's eponymous debut long-player, released in 2000, would go Gold, but while on tour with Creed, Brown nearly died from a drug overdose, and the band went on a very long hiatus. The group reunited for a one-off performance in 2010 at a benefit for guitarist Reaves, who was battling cancer, and after Reaves' untimely death, Brown and co-founder/drummer Keith Foster decided to resurrect the group in his honor. Guitarist Paul Varnick and bass player Moose Douglass joined the band shortly thereafter, and a deal with Entertainment One Music was struck, resulting in the 2015 release of the group's long-awaited sophomore outing Valley of Bones. ~ James Christopher Monger
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Track List: Full Devil Jacket

1. Wanna Be Martyr

2. Fastblack

3. Where Did You Go

4. Mainline

5. Blue Green Day

6. Stain

7. Monster

8. Love Song

9. Now You Know

10. Mr. Wiggly

11. Cardboard Believer

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Track List: Valley of Bones

1. Valley of Bones

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brianwhite81 . b w
FDJ was one of my favorite bands when I was younger..the entire album was great for backroads, beers, and buds..glad to hear they have a new album. I remember playing them and everyone was like who the f**k is that..everyo n e loved them but no one knew them around here..
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Love my JACKSON TENNESSEE, MISS YOU ALL, BE BACK SOON!!! YEAH!!!
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What IF I SAY???? ♥♥♥♥♥this song!!!!
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This is a Awesome friend of mine, he is a Amazing sweet Guy, and is a bad a** Artist, gotta check out and buy some of his work.. God bless my Josh!!!!!
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Love... NOW YOU KNOW!!!
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There still a band why did people think they broke up ? Is the other guys band still good?
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tinnmann12
Where am I supposed to put my Frankenstein heads now!
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tinnmann12
It's no" wax box "!
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tinnmann12
They should have stayed with old style of playing this new stuff is too much like Rob zombie or some other crap, damn they used to rock
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New album? Really?
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achapa0429
Glad FDJ is back. Played great show when i saw them live when they just started. Whole album is great. And new one is awsome. On tour and coming to a town soon.
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This band was great and is still to this day! Full Devil Jacket is extremely talented and I love Josh Brown's heartfelt lyrics. Definitely stuff I can personally relate to and gives me positive motivation! Keep rockin' dudes!
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Just another band of stupes playing the usual metal hack. Thumbs down
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pattersons19
To the guy who committed a year ago I hope you've learned but dude I'm still an addict but I have full Faith that Jesus isn't done with me so please don't sell the spirit short
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Praise God, Jimecalkins. You're exactly right!
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jimecalkins
Inside of every person is a spirit. Your brain may convince you there is no god but your spirit knows better.
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Love FDJ the new stuff is impressive!! :))
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nathanielche r r y
FDJ is back with a vengence. New album Valley of Bones just released and available on their website for purchase. It has been a long time coming but it was worth the wait.
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nickraymer
Great band and always will be. Going to see them this weekend in JACKSON TENNESSEE, LONG LIVE FDJ
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no he turned his life around cause he realized what OD on heroin can do to someone, he simply wised up there is no god
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FDJ is back in the studio. Rest in peace Mike may your memory live on in the band and the fans.
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chris39543
Is awesome and can turn life's around.
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chris39543
Jesus!!!!!
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My husband was in this band!
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Josh Brown is now the lead singer for Day of Fire, great band with a great message. Josh overdosed on heroin and turned his life around. Great example of how Jesus saves!
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I just loved them. Its too bad that ain't still around!
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Josh brown overdosed on heroin and got religion. Now he's with day of fire
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darryn_kelly
Right on Alan. That song is infectious- I never seem to tire of hearing it.
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Where Did You Go is a great track. Too damn bad this band broke up early--they had some real potential, but I guess egos got in the way. The bane of rock bands.
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darryn_kelly
Not sure why I like this song so much ("Where Did You Go"). It just sounds like a perfect merge of late 80's and 90's, even though it came out around 2000. Just a good track.
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Tennessee is awesome. I really like it there, even though I live in WA state. Just look at the music coming from there too! nice

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