The Whipjacks | This Wicked World

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This Wicked World

by The Whipjacks

This Wicked world is the debut album from Worcester UK's number 1 folk punk band. Influenced by genre greats flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphy's and the Levellers, they add in their own multi-influenced brand to deliver a truly foot-stomping album.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Forever Free
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2. Sundown Devil
3:48 $0.99
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3. Push On
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4. This Wicked World
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5. Hero
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6. All My Pains (Are Self Inflicted)
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7. The Ballad of Jack Cade
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8. L.S.D.
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9. Song for a Swine
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10. Farewell to the Ladies
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pounding Drums, driving Bass and screeching Guitar flit hand in hand with melodic Mandolin, partial nudity and attitude filled lyrics.

When The Whipjacks hit the stage, it's time to raise your drink and try not to spill it on your mates, which is easier said than done.

The Five piece band hail from the lazy little city of Worcester and over the last few years they have worked hard to earn their place in the world of live music. A place they continue to prove they deserve with appearances in place at festivals such as Nozzstock, Mello festival and Lakefest.

The Whipjacks bring a foot-stomping, rampage of energy to the stage and the emphasis of their brand of 'Speed folk' is entertainment, not self indulgence.

If they aren't near you right now, you can be damn sure they are coming...

...soon!

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