Wheels Pt. 1 - Hamell On Trial - Songs For Parents Who Enjoy Drugs (CD, Album)


2007
Label: Righteous Babe Records - RBR049-D • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Alternative Rock, Folk
Wheels Pt. 1 - Hamell On Trial - Songs For Parents Who Enjoy Drugs (CD, Album)

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If anything, Songs for Parents Who Enjoy Drugs may be Hamell's most visceral social and political work to date, as evidenced by the hilariously pornographic anti-right screed of "Coulter's Snatch," the crime-as-political-statement anthem of "Civil Disobedience" or the father/son chat in "Values."/5(8).

1. Notes. SONGS FOR PARETNS WHO ENJOY DRUGS, Hamell on Trial's 5th album on Righteous Babe records, just might inspire people with common sense to multiply. Full of his patented rapid fire strumming and snarling topical humor, the record also benefits from the warm unobtrusive production talents of Ani DiFranco (who also contributes backing vocals, synth, bass, drums and kazoo).

Songs for Parents Who Enjoy Drugs Hamell On Trial Alternative · Preview SONG TIME Inquiring Minds. 1. PREVIEW Heat. 2. PREVIEW Wheels Pt. 1. 3. PREVIEW Pretty Colors. 4. PREVIEW Apartment #4. 5. PREVIEW Hey Boss.


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  1.  · songs for parents who enjoy drugs by hamell on trial, released 07 october 1. inquiring minds 2. heat 3. wheels pt 1 4. pretty colors 5. apartment #4 6. hey boss 7. values 8. maddy's pt 1 9. jerkin' socializing maddy's pt 2 coulter's snatch civil disobedience mommy's not talking today father's advice

  2.  · If there's anything to say about Ed Hamell (aka Hamell on Trial), it's that he's certainly not shy about voicing his his fifth solo record, Songs for Parents Who Enjoy Drugs, the anti-folk acoustic punk singer presents his most politically charged album to ed by the birth of his son, Detroit, Hamell searches to answer some of the questions that plague all parents in the /10(13).

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