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Elliot Randall & The Deadmen released their sophomore album, "Caffeine & Gasoline" in February of 2010. Just weeks later, they found themselves in the top 30 on the Americana Airplay charts, where they remained for seventeen weeks. The album was also listed at #33 on the Americana Music Association's Top 100 Albums of 2010.
"Caffeine & Gasoline" features a collection of songs that blend three-part harmonies with outlaw country, rock and the band's own brand of rhythm & blues. The album was recorded and produced at Mission Bells Studio in San Francisco by David Simon-Baker (ALO, Jackie Greene, The Mother Hips) and Randall. It features Randall's core band, The Deadmen - Kyle Caprista (drums,vocals), James Deprato (guitars,banjo,mandolin) and Danilo Lopez (bass, vocals), and a special guest appearance by Jackie Greene on keys. "Caffeine & Gasoline" builds on the strengths that were characteristic of Randall's debut - "a sweet voice, a keen eye, a deft hand with lyrics, and a great command of production dynamics." (Jessie Scott, MusicFog)
"Elliot Randall is a country singer-songwriter who doesn’t sound like he should be from San Francisco. His music has an authentic feel, with lyrics that recall Waylon and Willie, along with the darker Merle and even the offbeat Dwight Yoakum, all coupled with the pop sensibilities of The Eagles." (Berkeley Place, 2010)