Wobblies: Red Dawn Rising

Wobblies SKU: 24839648
The Wobblies: Red Dawn Rising

Wobblies: Red Dawn Rising

Wobblies SKU: 24839648

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Description

Title: Red Dawn Rising
Artist: Wobblies
Label: CD Baby
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 634479593871
Genre: Rock

Written by Jerry Actually Wednesday, 13 September 2006 The Wobblies - *Red*Dawn*Rising* (c) 2006 The WobbliesPortland's proto-socialist punk rockers The Wobblies (The nickname for the Industrial Workers of the World) bust out 11 tracks of socially aware, fast paced, short attention span friendly, sing-a-long punk. In short, The Wobblies kick ass. This is, in fact, the punk that I want to listen to? My only regret, where the hell were The Wobblies when I lived in Portland? I guess they were still down in Corvallis or something getting their minds polluted with the wicked liberal ideals of college. Tracks 2, 'Proud Right Wing' and 3, 'Bogata' are personal favorites. I do love a good sing-a-long chorus. Production is raw as are the riffs, but this is punk and it works for it's fervor. So thankfully I don't have to rate it on the Malmsteen scale. Overall Grade: A-.

Tracks:
1.1 Pay Day
1.2 Pround Right Wing
1.3 Bogota
1.4 Miriam Disappears
1.5 Mission Accomplished
1.6 Flag Draped Coffins
1.7 Bombs on Dresden
1.8 Cold Wind
1.9 Not a Part of It
1.10 Heartless
1.11 Round Up

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