Jungle of the Midwest Sea
After a solid year of touring, in 2007, Chicago natives Flatfoot56 released this, their second album of brash Irish punk, reminiscent of the Dropkick Murphys or the Pogues. Jungle of the Midwest Sea includes Carry 'Em Out, City On...
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After a solid year of touring, in 2007, Chicago natives Flatfoot56 released this, their second album of brash Irish punk, reminiscent of the Dropkick Murphys or the Pogues. Jungle of the Midwest Sea includes Carry 'Em Out, City On a Hill, Warriors and more.
1. Gally Slave (intro)
- 1. Gally Slave (intro)Flatfoot 560:59
- 2. Carry `em OutFlatfoot 560:59
- 3. Loaded GunFlatfoot 560:59
- 4. City On A HillFlatfoot 560:59
- 5. Bright CityFlatfoot 560:59
- 6. Hoity ToityFlatfoot 560:59
- 7. Pay Me A DollarFlatfoot 560:59
- 8. Chinatown Jail BreakFlatfoot 560:59
- 9. WarriorsFlatfoot 560:59
- 10. CainFlatfoot 560:59
- 11. Ollie OllieFlatfoot 560:59
- 12. Standin` For NothingFlatfoot 560:59
- 13. Jungle Of The Midwest SeaFlatfoot 560:59
- 14. Same Ol` StoryFlatfoot 560:59
Formed in 2000 by siblings Tobin (vocals/guitar), Justin (drums), and Kyle Bawinkel (bass), Chicago-based Celtic punk outfit Flatfoot 56 grew from a straight-up punk trio into a hard-hitting, Flogging Molly/Dropkick Murphys-inspired Oi! rock outfit with the additions of Highland piper Eric McMahon and mandolin/guitar player Brandon Good. The band released its debut album, Rumble of 56, in 2002 with Waves of War arriving the following year. 2004's Knuckles Up became the group's biggest seller yet, while 2007's Jungle of the Midwest Sea and 2010's Black Thorn helped to further cement their reputation as one of the genre's most spirited and electrifying champions.
Bio by James Christopher Monger, www.allmusic.com. Accessed 02.04.14