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Video: Stonefox Playing "Fuzzy Ray" in the Band's Home Studio

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On Crossfade, I've been following the Boca rock and rollers of Stonefox as they've worked in their home studio, and prepared for their upcoming July 30 CD release show at Propaganda. (For a refresher, click here for a free MP3 from that new album, Back on the Wire.)

I visited them again recently to record them playing "Fuzzy Ray," which sounds a lot like its name -- dirty and distorted. Hit the jump for the video.

P.S. Local bands: Want to invite Crossfade into the studio to check out your recording sessions? E-mail me here.

I know the audio here leaves something to be desired (oops, early attempts), so here's the final, polished version of the song as it appears on the album.

Visit myspace.com/stonefoxmusic for more about the band's upcoming shows.

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