The Tossers | Communication & Conviction: The Last Seven Years

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Communication & Conviction: The Last Seven Years

by The Tossers

Although their name may be irreverent, their music certainly is not. The heart of their distinct sound is derived through the melding of traditional Irish and Punk Rock roots.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Young Ned of the Hill
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2. Maidrin Rua/Tell Me Ma
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3. Seven Drunken Nights
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4. Aye Sir
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5. Thirty Days In The Hole
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6. D'ampton Worm
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7. Last Rights of the Plummeting Thermometer
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8. Finnegan's Wake
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9. When You Get Here
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10. Dancin' Shoes
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11. Buckets of Beer
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12. I Know Where I'm Goin'
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13. Chelsea Girls
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14. Sleepin' In A Dust Bin
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15. Irish Whiskey
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16. Fall On The Floor
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17. Everything's Bad
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18. Alone
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19. Johnny I
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20. Papers and Pins
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21. Irish Rover
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Tossers –
Communication and Conviction: The Last Seven Years

Comprised of their two out of print and much sought after releases ‘The Pint of No Return’ and ‘We’ll Never Be Sober Again’plus 3 extra tracks. Re-released by the Tossers on their own Paddy On the Spot Records.

Using traditional instrumentation comprised of mandolin, fiddle, tin whistle, and banjo beefed up with guitar and drums. The Tossers play with a furious edge that teeters between rage and raucousness. Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Anthony and Aaron Duggins formed The Tossers in the early 90’s with their own brew of Celtic music fueled
by a love of traditional folk songs and punk rock fury. They named themselves from a pejorative term that some trace back to Shakespeare. Think the Clash meets the
Cheiftains

This CD is a non stop adrenaline rush of liquor induced lyrics. So if you’re looking to hear some good ol’ pub hoppin, Guinness drinking Irish leaning songs, grab a pint and a stool, and join The Tossers for some Communication and Conviction.


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Mark Dawson


Though it their early work, where you get the impression that they still trying to feel for the sound they have now obtained in their later albums, this CD is still well worth a listen!

Ross Betzer

Not bad
I first heard there "Beyond the Valley of Death", which is WAY better than this, but the stuff on this CD is also from many years earlier. The material on this CD is a little less original and less intense, but it's still pretty fun. The instrumentation on this CD is really stripped down - mandolin, guitar, bass, and not much else.

Ryan Haight


If you're already a fan of the Tossers this CD will not let you down. Filled with catchy versions of traditional irish songs as well as some early originals.

Ted Cronin

Must
Anybody looking at the Tossers needs this album. A True Classic.

Tommy

So great!
This CD is awesome! Only for pure lovers of Irish Rock!