Chris Gheran | Coup d'etat

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Coup d'etat

by Chris Gheran

A tribute to the common soldier with unique phrasing that is intuitively understood and wrapped in tunes that pulse in your right brain.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. No Milk Today
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2. Young Blood
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3. Pieces of Stone
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4. Rifleman's Prayer
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5. Nice to Meet You
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6. The Ballad of Sergeant Malone
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7. The Ghost of Damon Albarn
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8. Only Want to be with You
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9. APC Gunner
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10. Running Around
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11. Just the Two of Us
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12. Zombies of Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This collector's album comes with an embroidered patch, all the lyrics, and insightful text and photos. Download for the sound but, if you want more than just the waves, select Coup d'etat for a rendezvous with the artist.
Influences of Bob Dylan are obvious and Paul McCartney has certainly helped to guide the ear of the craftsman. Coup d'etat is a passionate collection of war and love, gut wrenching and heart lifting.
You can spend the whole 53 minutes and 9 seconds lost in the details of the sleeve instead of checking your email; and you'll still discover more the next time.

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