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Waco Brothers - Freedom and Weep (2005)

2-02-2015, 20:31
Music | Country | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

Waco Brothers - Freedom and Weep (2005)

Artist: Waco Brothers
Title Of Album: Freedom and Weep
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Bloodshot Records
Genre: Country Rock, Alt Country
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 43:30 Min
Total Size: 107 Mb | 314 Mb


1. Nothing At All
2. Chosen One
3. Come a Long Long Way
4. Secrets
5. How Fast the Time
6. Lincoln Town Car
7. It's Amazing
8. On the Sly
9. Drinkin' & Cheatin' & Death
10. Fantasy
11. Missing Link
12. Rest of the World
13. Join the Club

Down from the hills in their fuel efficient mini-van with The Waco Brothers Invade Jesusland scrawled on the side in glitter and fire-red lipstick, the Brothers are ready to show off the totems they've carved out of the corpses of punk and country.The Waco Brothers legendary line-up includes an alumni of musicians, originating from the most diverse of bands: Jon Langford (Mekons, Pine Valley Cosmonauts) Deano (Wreck, Dollar Store), Steve Goulding on Drums (Graham Parker & the Rumour, Mekons), Alan Doughty on bass (Jesus Jones), Mark Durante on steel (Revolting Cocks, KMFDM), and Tracey Dear on Mandolin. Bloodshot. 2005.

As they've demonstrated since the time of their first release (1995's To the Last Dead Cowboy), the Waco Brothers have a dual reason for their existence. One is to give voice to the angers, fears and hopes they feel as they bear witness to the world around them, and the other is to rock with unshakable commitment. Combining the compellingly vivid vocals of the Clash with similarly outraged diatribes, they couch them in human scaled scenarios, not unlike the approach Steve Earle has taken. This is a band John Fogerty could be proud of, as they take on the abuse of privilege, the arrogance of power, and the dizzy travails of those on the lower rungs of the social ladder. --David Greenberger

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