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People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World
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Album: People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World
# Song Title   Time
1)    Rejoice
2)    Brave as a Noun
3)    Survival Song
4)    Bad Bad Things
5)    No More Tears
6)    Bells & Whistles
7)    Randy's House
8)    Song Dedicated to the Memory of Stormy the Rabbit, A
9)    People II: The Reckoning - (II: The Reckoning)
10)    Personal Space Invader
11)    People
 

Album: People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The World
# Song Title   Time
1)    Rejoice
2)    Brave as a Noun
3)    Survival Song
4)    Bad Bad Things
5)    No More Tears
6)    Bells & Whistles
7)    Randy's House
8)    Song Dedicated to the Memory of Stormy the Rabbit, A
9)    People II: The Reckoning - (II: The Reckoning)
10)    Personal Space Invader
11)    People
 
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  • Andrew Jackson Jihad: Teague Cullen (piano); Ben Gallaty (bass guitar); John De La Cruz (drums); Jalipaz (sound effects); Owen Evans, Dylan Cook, Tobie Milford, Sean Claude Bonnett, Andrew Jemsek, John Martin., Andrew Lane.
  • Personnel: Sean Claude Bonnett (vocals, guitar, glockenspiel); Ben Gallaty (vocals, electric guitar, slide guitar); Dylan Cook (vocals, mandolin); Andrew Jemsek (vocals, accordion); John Martin. (vocals); Owen Evans (banjo); Tobie Milford (violin); Teague Cullen (cello, accordion); Andrew Lane (trumpet); Johnny Delacruz (drums).
  • Unknown Contributor Role: Teague Cullen.
  • On its ridiculously titled 2007 debut for Asian Man Records, the quirky Phoenix, Arizona-based punk-folk group Andrew Jackson Jihad doles out plenty of acoustic absurdity. Consisting of Sean Bonnette (vocals, guitar), Ben Gallaty (bass), and a rotating cast of backing musicians, the ensemble's Violent Femmes-on-speed aesthetic is exemplified by the fast, furious "Randy's House."
Professional Reviews
Alternative Press (p.174) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he aptly titled Andrew Jackson Jihad top their dysfunctional folk-punk with some interesting production choices, occasional insight and a singer born to deliver uncomfortable truths..."
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