“No Deliverance” makes Top 30 on iTunes

iTunes #7 Rock album

iTunes #7 Rock album

Toadies deliver another one for the ages


Looks as though the Toadies can still count on the support of a large fan base. The local rock band released its new album No Deliverance on Tuesday, and Wednesday it hit No. 27 on iTunes’ album rankings. Judging from the back-to-basics sound of the new stuff, it shouldn’t disappoint downloaders who loved ’90s smash Rubberneck.

Singer Vaden Todd Lewis said a few weeks ago that teenage fans are popping up at every show.

“People we meet after shows tell us they started listening to us in middle school, or that their parents turned them on to us,” Mr. Lewis said, adding, “That makes me feel real old.”

Read more of the interview at nightlifeblog .quickdfw.com and see the Toadies Friday night at the Palladium.


4 Responses to ““No Deliverance” makes Top 30 on iTunes”

  1. Nick Sampson on August 23rd, 2008

    The Cog is really glad you guys are still rocking. We are a band from Hastings, MN and we have played Station 4 a few times. We were wondering if you all would be interested in having us open 4 y’all. It would be an honor and a privilege. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

    Nick of The Cog

  2. Badinia on August 24th, 2008

    I’m so knocked out by the new record and I’m so glad to see the Itunes response!

  3. Dane on August 25th, 2008

    Great show in College Station last night. Love the new CD. Thanks so much for the strings, that was really cool of you.

  4. HR on August 26th, 2008

    Parents turning on their kids? I think that’s only legal in Texas.