BANG TANGO: 'I Like It' Video Released

"I Like It", the new video from California rockers BANG TANGO, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's new album, "Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt", which was released on September 27, 2011 via Seventy-Eight Productions. The band's first new studio CD in five years was produced and mixed by Daniel Salcido (TRAPT, POP EVIL, AIRBOURNE) and Kevin Rodgers and was mastered by Anthony Focx (STEVEN TYLER, BUCKCHERRY, VINCE NEIL). Alex Grossi (QUIET RIOT, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) co-wrote a song on the album called "Suck It Up".

"We are very proud of this record," said vocalist and BANG TANGO founding member Joe Leste, "I am confident that fans of the earlier records as well as fans of BEAUTIFUL CREATURES will dig what we came up with this time around."

"Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt" track listing:

01. Dick In The System
02. Suck It Up
03. Our Way
04. Bring On The World
05. Have You Seen Her
06. Live Life
07. I Like It
08. Boom Box Seance
09. Drivin'
10. Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt


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