Charles Murray | Baghdad City Limits

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Baghdad City Limits

by Charles Murray

Laugh your way through Charles Murray’s bizarro universe where Brian Wilson meets Che Guevara on a podcast generating from the nether regions somewhere between Abu Ghraib and the Oval Office.
Genre: Folk: Political
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1. The Accidental President
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2. We'll Throw Away the Key!
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3. Eavesdropper in Chief
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4. Baghdad City Limits
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5. Stay the Course
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6. An American Fraud
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7. No Way Out (Vietnam Redux)
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8. Gone Bad in Baghdad (Don't Blame Me)
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9. The Sound of Money
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10. Boy Cried Wolf
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11. If morons ruled the world . . .
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12. That's what I like about the USA!
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Album Notes
Behind a wacked out backdrop of air raid sirens, atom bomb blasts, and barking dogs Murray skillfully skewers the occupants of the current political funhouse with a rollicking collection of 12 new tunes in his inimitable blend of dangerously witty lyrics and edgy baroque rock. This CD is a must have for any fan of Ordinary Times or What’s Next? Coming on the heels of the dreamily introspective Confessions of an Amateur this fabulous new release demonstrates that Murray has not lost his touch for Swiftean satire. The productions are stunning and each song twinkles with originality and insight.


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