Anarchy Club | The Art Of War

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The Art Of War

by Anarchy Club

For a free downloadable PDF of the cover art, lyrics, and credits, visit AnarchyClub.net
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Rise and Shine
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2:10 album only
2. Murder Simulator
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3:26 album only
3. A Bullet In the Head
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3:34 album only
4. Foreign Invader
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2:45 album only
5. Riddle Me This
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3:48 album only
6. Get Clean
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3:33 album only
7. If I Can
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3:33 album only
8. Hot Lead / Cold Steel
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3:16 album only
9. Built To Grind
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3:33 album only
10. Changing of the Guard
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Kpu

Another Masterpiece of Rock
This band has the art of making rock music figured out. A great listen start to finish. I really enjoy the creative lyrics and stories in the songs, and the rocking riffs!

Hardy

More Amazing music from Anarchy Club!
Another fine example of Anarchy Club Spirit! A great release.

Adam

So yeah, this is pretty much their best album
No skits. No remixes. No BS. Just 32 minutes of awesome. Overall sound is more varied than previous releases without abandoning that core Anarchy Club feel. Album highlights for me are "Murder Simulator", "Foreign Invader", "Hot Lead/Cold Steel" (the overall sound should make old Splashdown fans smile) and, of course, "Get Clean" (as seen in Rock Band 2). Can't wait to see their next show and hear the new material live!

Shark

Great !
Anarchy Club is a great band ! The Art of War is just perfect

Snakey Fist Fighter (a.k.a Michael Furey)

Incendiary
So everybody's like "Check out the new AC album!" and I'm like "Yeah, yeah, I'll get around to it." Then I heard it at a friend's and I'm like "That sounds really good." So I finally get my *ss to their myspace and start playing the new songs. Three letters: W.O.W. It's almost like when you've been fencing someone on the edge of a cliff and you're thinking "they're pretty good"— then they switch to their right hand. I could talk about the righteousness of the bass and guitar lines, the impeccable sound and production, the way they're letting their old school roots come out (which is sure to delight anyone who was around back in the day and younger ears alike,) but instead I'll just say every time I listen to this album it gives me chills. It's that good. If you only buy one album this year and it's not ART OF WAR... but that's just crazy talk. You and me both know that from the first snatch of Rise and Shine, to the sick riffs of Riddle Me This, to the sheer weight of Built to Grind, there is only one choice: ART OF WAR is the most exciting thing to come out of rock and roll in a decade.