The PEASANTS: Welcome to my country CD -genuine AC/DC + punk vibe -VIDEO
The PEASANTS: Welcome to my country CD -genuine AC/DC + punk vibe -VIDEO
The PEASANTS: Welcome to my country CD -genuine AC/DC + punk vibe -VIDEO

The PEASANTS: Welcome to my country CD -genuine AC/DC + punk vibe -VIDEO

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www.cdbaby.com/cd/peasants2

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https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/welcome-to-my-country/id92324303

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www.amazon.com/Welcome-Country-Explicit-The-Peasants/dp/B0014HW09M

In one word, this album is FUN. Clearly, these guys play for fun and nothing more, and it shows. Of course, the music style (punk rock) has something to do with it,
but thats not all. Keeping a place right in between old genuine punk on one side and the popular, commercial and heavily produced sound of The Offspring on the other, the Peasants have certainly found their own thing. From beginning to end the album remains solid. No weak spots, just a nice and varied complete album. Most of the songs are about typical high school problems, like girls, partying and every other thing kids do beside school. fist song immediately sets the atmosphere, about sneaking out of your bedroom on a school night to go to a party. Song number five, Mall Cows, is another fine example of what kids today are about, according to the Peasants. And very recognisable, about hanging in the local mall, trying to stand out from the grey crowd, but not too much, because you dont want to get too much attention of course. But there is more. There is a lot of variety in the songs. The songs mentioned are the more regular punk-rock things, but there is also a sort of ballad, a country-ish thing and an outright punk song: “Goddamn Job” … the entire lyrics are I need a goddamn job. Simple as that, brilliant
tracks

1 Going Out The Window
2 Bobbys Down South
3 Let Me Out
4 I’m All Done
5 Mall Cows
6 Goddamn Job
7 Forty Lines
8 Action
9 Corporation
10 Good Thing Once
11 Someone Else
12 Girlfriend
Release Date: August 18, 2003
Duration 39:37

ACOUSTIC VERSION OF Going Out The Window