Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi | The Rabbi Is Dead

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The Rabbi Is Dead

by Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi

The 19th cd by the "King Of Jewish Punk" bring the political Jewish arena back to the garage from whence it came.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. MCTMT
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2. A Dove Flies Over Baghdad
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3. Copeland, Summers and Stink
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4. I'm No Freddie Mercury
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5. The Rabbi Is Dead
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6. Jewish Boy In the Mosh-Pit
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7. I Got the Crabs
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8. Plus Sized Girls Always Rock My World
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9. What Do I Get
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10. If All the Press Is Owned By the Jews?
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11. 3 Little Puppies
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12. No Festival of Lights
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13. Over the Sea of Reeds
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The 19th cd by JDub Records' Gangsta Rabbi, the king of Jewish Punk, Steve Lieberman, his most accessable to date, "The Rabbi Is Dead" Bring the surf guitar in to replace some the flute parts in earlier work, there is a blend of early 1970's protopunk , prog-rock and self depravation with the spririt and protest of 1977 punk old skool.


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