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Devil's Brigade

Devil's Brigade

(Rancid, X)

Hellcat 80518

Released on August 31, 2010


$14.00

$25.25

Devil’s Brigade are an all-star punk group featuring Matt Freeman and Tim Armstrong of Rancid and DJ Bonebrake, drummer of X and the Knitters. Rancid fans have always cherished Matt’s deep punk growl on his featured songs on Rancid albums, and now Devil’s Brigade brings his singing, rockabilly-inspired bass slap, and classic punk songwriting to the fore. With Tim Armstrong’s Duane Eddy lead guitar and the rock-steady rhythm of DJ Bonebrake, Devil’s Brigade offers up twelve songs that mix equal parts Johnny Cash, the Pogues, and Sun rockabilly, in a combustible cocktail that will have fans slamming on this fall’s tour with the Street Dogs. On tracks like “Bridge of Gold” with vocals by Armstrong, the band stretches out, adding mandolin and banjo to their sound, while “Ride Harley Ride” features some slinky vibraphone. With guest vocals from Rancid’s Lars Frederikson, thousands of Rancid fans will want to own this album, but with a national tour this fall, Devil’s Brigade will have a life all of their own.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I'm Movin Through  5%
2 My Own Man Now  8%
3 Shakedown Voted #1  22%
4 Bridge Of Gold Voted #2  20%
5 Darlene Voted #3  12%
6 Ride Harley Ride  0%
7 Who's Gonna Save You Now  3%
8 Desperate Times  7%
9 Vampire Girl  10%
10 Gentleman Of The Road  10%
11 Protest Song  3%
12 Half Way To Hell  0%
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Michael from Orlano, FL 
Feb 17 2011 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Anytime you get a cd that features Matt thumping his bass its worth the money. Although his vocals can be fun in the Rancid setting they tend to start grating over length. Shakedown and Protest Song are real rockers.

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Nora from Joliet, IL 
Oct 26 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very good album. Everything the guys in rancid do when there not playing rancid is so good. I suggest buying this album.

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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Oct 19 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You know...I remember around 6 years ago when the whole Psychobilly genre was red hot on Hellcat Records....one of their comps had a Devil's Brigade song called "Vampire Girl" (which is re-recorded here). I really loved that songs because Matt Freeman's voice is like a really pissed off Rag Time-era singer. Probably because Rancid and all their project bands (Vikings, Transplants, etc) Devil's Brigade was put on hold (Maybe they put out a 7"??? I can't remember);however, sometimes things workout for the best. Because with this being released in 2010, this sounds like an album starting it's own genre. It's good it did not come out before. This sounds like the best of psychobilly mixed with Motorhead! = amazing! I can't stop playing the track "Darlene"....and of course Tim Armstrong sings on a song. This is one of the most original and fresh albums I have heard in a long time!










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