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The rest was produced by Richard Gibbe, but mixed piecemeal by three different maestros — Tim Palmer, Austin Deptula and Csaba Petocz.“Sherri and Stacy do all the writing, and they’ve been writing ever since the last album,” Du Pree explains of the 10 finalized numbers’ origins.The rest of the band contributed TBS’s most aggressive songs to date in “Lonely, Lonely” and “Swing,” as well as a fresh bit of funk in “Carpathia” and a bona fide rock jam in “Summer, Man,” legitimately the best song TBS have ever written.Let’s not forget the absolutely epic closer, “Everything Must Go,” with its brutally honest depiction of Lazzara’s relationship with Eisley guitarist Chauntelle Du Pree failing miserably.

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IT’S A CURIOUS question in this age of rampant religious fundamentalism: Can Christianity and the relatively decadent world of rock’n’ roll actually mix? Home-schooled in tiny Tyler, Texas, the singer-guitarist was — like the rest of her quaint family band, Eisley — brought up with a reverent respect for the Holy Bible. “Because we try to follow Christ and be Christ-like, and we’ve gone to church ever since we were little.” That being said, the 25-year-old Du Pree adds a crucial counterpoint: “We also don’t look at our religion as a religion — it’s more of a personal relationship that we have with God. ’ That’s why we don’t write about it in our songs, we don’t talk about it from the stage.” Thus, when you catch Eisley at its Fillmore pulpit on Tuesday night, you won’t hear any pronounced preaching.

’ “You don’t do that with people — it’s like going ‘Hey, man, I’m going to make you be my friend!

“They just kept going and going, and they even threw away a bunch of songs to end up with the 30 that we eventually gave the label.

“They don’t really get stuck with writing — I think it just comes naturally, and they get inspired pretty easily.” The Du Prees’ father, Boyd, usually accompanies his kids on tour, running interference as their road manager and all-around go-to guy. “And if I don’t bring her, she stays at home with my mom,” she says.