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The Gentleman Bandits

by Stand Out Riot

The 2nd full-length album from Manchester-based noise pioneers. Featuring 10 tracks of skacore gypsy punk mosh madness, this record is the band's finest material to date, and is set to shake 2011 to its very foundations!
Genre: Rock: Ska
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1. Get Mutual!
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2. Live for Nothing
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3. Developing Detachment
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4. K's for X's
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5. A Farce of Faith
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6. Doublethink
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7. Count for Something
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8. Outtakes and Takeaways
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9. Broadcast Delay
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10. Past Mortem
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
7-Piece skacore mob from Manchester, UK. Eclectically blending ska, punk with gypsy folk music, before adding a unhealthy dose of mosh.

Reviewers have said the following:

"One of the best ska-punk CDs I’ve ever heard. "
— Rockstar Journalist Blog

"A musical monstrosity then that you just can’t help but enjoy."
- Punktastic

"A supremely energetic and enjoyable blast of youthful enthusiasm. So maybe I don't hate ALL ska-punk then..."
- A Short Fanzine About Rocking magazine

"The album is ebullient, demented, cabaret ska-core type fare, loads of energy and all played and sang with a hint of complete lunacy. This is very good."
- Riot on Your Own fanzine

"Their songs are incredible: these guys are a seriously talented band."
- Banana Town Blog


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