Charles Murray | American Crackup

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American Crackup

by Charles Murray

Murray sharpens his social satire blade to a razor’s edge to dissect the corpse of the post-American Century in this rocking set of hilarious yet strangely beautiful songs.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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1. Soon We'll All Be Speaking Chinese
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2. I Sold My Kidney On Ebay
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3. Factory Farm
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4. TV Lobotomy
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5. People and Their Pets
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6. Blind Man Blues
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7. Brand New Product
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8. On Television
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9. Gay Wedding
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10. Crackin' Up
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11. The McSame McPresident
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12. Superpower Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Charles Murray is back to burn down the house with his trademark pinpoint satire in this rollicking collection of 10 new tunes and 2 bonus tracks. Under the Murray laser wit go America’s obsession with television, house pets, designer organ transplants, consumerism, and much more. This album will quickly become a favorite for fans of Ordinary Times, Baghdad City Limits and What’s Next?


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