Ramshakle Glory - Who are your friends gonna be?

by Ramshakle Glory

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Skyler Husebye By far one of the best albums I have ever heard. It has the most unique sound of any record I have ever heard The instrumentation is absolutely fantastic from start to end. Every single track on this record is amazing. I have listened to this album at least once a week for a year and it has yet to wear on me at all. The themes explored through this record hit deep and explore a variety of society's biggest issues and different experiences with them. Five hundred thousand out of ten Favorite track: Last Days (Goddamn).
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"We think it's important to mention that this album includes recordings of people telling personal stories about their experiences with topics like sexual assault, suicide, racism and addiction. These stories are on most of track 1 and the ends of tracks 4, 6, and 8 for anyone who wants to skip them over. These are recordings of our friends, who were generous enough to share these experiences with us. None of the stories were told by members of our band."


released December 2, 2016

released July 7, 2012

Disdane: bass
Douglas Fur: banjo, piano, cello, violin
Eric "Johnny" Freedom: trumpet
Luke Romano: drums
Nick Berger: accordion, saw, vocals
Pat "the bunny" Schneeweis: guitar, vocals, bass on tracks 5 and 8.
Wyndham Maxwell: college, worcester.



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