Baghdaddios: Willie Horton Hears a Who

The Baghdaddios: Willie Horton Hears a Who
Title: Willie Horton Hears a Who
Artist: Baghdaddios
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 700261202891
Genre: Rock

I'm not in the habit of reviewing older albums but I can't resist this one: it's a cool keeper. The Baghdaddios are a cross between college rock and punk pop; They Might Be Giants meets The Ramones. "Welcome To New York" is a great intro to the album and that city. It's a lively and rude shout-out to some of the reasons why The City That Never Sleeps can't get any shut-eye. (If you're making a movie in The Big Apple, this belongs on your soundtrack.) "Abbie Hoffman" is a folky, heartfelt, harmonica-laden tip of the hat to the Yippie founder which manages to never get mawkish. This six-minute song is a far superior tribute to Hoffman than the hammy indie film "Steal This Movie." The jangling and nerve-jangling "Neil's In Rehab" is something to play for anyone close you to who needs to take steps towards a program with 12 steps. Tony Peyser - Santa Monica Mirror.

1.1 Welcome to New York
1.2 Neil's in Rehab
1.3 Bottom
1.4 Get Up and Go
1.5 My Iowa Wife
1.6 The Stupidest Man in Nyack
1.7 Everyone Breaks the Rules
1.8 I Just Wanna Go to Sleep
1.9 Love to the Highest Bidder
1.10 Fat Bastard
1.11 Roll Over and Die
1.12 Abbie Hoffman

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Baghdaddios: Willie Horton Hears a Who


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