Sisters of Murphy | Working Stiffs Unite!

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Working Stiffs Unite!

by Sisters of Murphy

This is a group that lives out on the Celtic fringe, molding Rock, Pop and Traditional Irish elements into memorable hooky happiness.
Genre: Rock: Celtic Rock
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1. Love
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2. 40 Days at Sea
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3. One Word of This Kiss
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4. Emerald Isle
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5. It's a Shame
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6. Green over Red
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7. Jack Haggerty
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8. Working Stiffs Unite!
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9. 17
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10. Katie Dear (Live)
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11. Green over Red (Radio Edit)
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Album Notes
On Working Stiffs Unite!, this band of 7 souls from Rochester, NY USA, weave lyrical and musical themes of the working man
verses the big machine. Sisters Of Murphy also move between humor, heartache and
seriousness throughout the 10 tracks on Working Stiffs Unite!.
“Musically speaking, S.O.M. is all about balance between its raucous electric-rock side and the
timeless lilt of its traditional side... they serve as each others spice.” (Frank DeBlase- City News)
“These guys obviously had a biting sense of humor with a touch of Sesame Street. And they did not disappoint... the music was too good to sit still too. It went from tender to ribald emotionally and just grabbed and held
you musically.” (Casey Carlson)

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