Sputnik Weazel | Flirting With the Cult of Celebrity

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Flirting With the Cult of Celebrity

by Sputnik Weazel

The 16th independent studio album from the drummer with The Men They Couldn't Hang.
Genre: Folk: Political
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1. The Dean of Useless Causes
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2. Only Sky Above
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3. Rudie
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4. If the Tide Don't Get You the Water Will
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5. Song for Them
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6. Draw a Line in the Sand
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7. Zimmerman & Cohen
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8. Julie Lights the Corners of the Room
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9. One Truth
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10. We Learn the Names of Trees
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Album Notes
With over 200 original songs released, Sputnik is one of the most prolific and eclectic song writers of his generation.
Flirting With the Cult of Celebrity is Sputnik’s 16th studio album to date, featuring 10 previously unreleased tracks.

In a career that was inspired by the beat poets & politicized by punk... Sputnik has busked with Eddie Izzard, jammed with Jools Holland, and performed at numerous venues & festivals throughout Europe. Since 2011 Sputnik has occupied the drum stool for Folk/Punk icons - The Men They Couldn’t Hang.


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