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Hudson Falcons

Hudson Falcons: Desperation and Revolution

Desperation and Revolution (2000)

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Ahh, punk rock for the working class. These guys are going to be the next Dropkick Murphys. they're a quartet hailing from New Jersey, and they play politically charged punk rock [incredibly well] for the masses. The CD clocks in at a whopping 41:07 [which, to me, seems like a lot for a band of t...

Ahh, punk rock for the working class. These guys are going to be the next Dropkick Murphys. they're a quartet hailing from New Jersey, and they play politically charged punk rock [incredibly well] for the masses. The CD clocks in at a whopping 41:07 [which, to me, seems like a lot for a band of this type], but the time flies by so very quickly. The singer has a lot to say in each song, too, and he does it with such a frantic growl that you can't help but get psyched up for song after song. Like I mentioned before, there's a significant Dropkick influence here, plus maybe some Bouncing Souls and Ann Beretta. And of course, there's elements of the old-school punk and oi! bands intertwined. So if you're looking for a good CD to come home from the factory every night and crank up while drinking a brew or two, look no further: the Hudson Falcons are your band.
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