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Mutiny-One Hell of a Band

Don't let the date itunes has fool you, this album was released in the late 90s, well before it was 'cool' to be into folk-punk. This is one of my favorite albums in the genre, right up there with the Pogues' If I Should Fall From Grace With God, and Blood or Whiskey's self-titled release. There is a definite folk sound, which is never lost, but many tracks also have an edge that is very unique. These guys really make punk songs to folk music, perhaps more so than any other group. If you like Flogging Molly, The Pogues, The Tossers, or Blood or Whiskey, I think you'll really like Mutiny. My favorite tracks on this ablum are: Enjoy it While it Lasts, Drink to Better Days, and Knife.


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George Clinton's funk empire was not without its disagreements over money and control, and drummer Jerome "Bigfoot" Brailey's Mutiny project was a direct result of just such a disagreement, as well as one of the more notable offshoots of the P-Funk axis. Brailey had come to P-Funk from gigs with the Five Stairsteps and the Chambers Brothers, joining in 1975 and playing on classic albums like Mothership Connection and One Nation Under a Groove. In 1977, he and guitarist Glen Goins abruptly left P-Funk...
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