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THE FARRELL BROS. - RUMBLE @ THE OPRY! - (Teenage Rampage 2003)
Recorded by Dave Roman w/ The Farrell Bros./Maddock Studios, Winnipeg, MB
1.rUmBlE @ tHe oPry
(1:34)    2.I Walk a Fiery Line (1:46)    3.Baddest One Around (2:32)   4.Breakin' Out of Here (2:12*video    5.Goodbye Charlie (2:03)     6.Set this Lone Wolf Free (4:28)  
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Angel With a Dirty Face
(1:40)     8.Hangin' On (2:02)   9.Curbstomp Boogie (2:11)    10.Rockabilly Rebel (2:16)    11.Some Things Never Die (2:45)     12.Motorpsycho Girl (2:09)
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Where'd You Learn This Tune? (1:55)       14.tHe wiLd kiNd (1:55)

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All songs written by Gordie Farrell except songs #1& #9 by Gordie and Shawn Farrell song #10 by Steve Bloomfield.  Gordie Farrell/Vocals, Stand up Bass - Shawn Farrell/ Vocals, Guitar   -  Jeff Tetrault/Drums  

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CLASSIC TWANG AND CONTEMPORARY ADRENALINE  - Selkirk Rockabilly siblings Gordie and Shawn sport mile-high DAs and black Rebels leathers, but they're more than retro-rebels. Their new 14 track Rumble @ the Opry - a fiery fusion of classic twang and contemporary adrenaline - is all the proof you need. Sure, Gordie can slap that doghouse bass like Bill Black, Shawn can pull twangy licks out of his vintage gee-tar like Scotty Moore, and they both pitch in with vocals brimming with Eddie Cochran grit, hiccuping yelps and primal screams. But barn-burning originals like Angel with a Dirty Face and Curbstomp Boogie, coupled with their lickety - split delivery - closer to the punky Psychobilly of Rev. Horton Heat than the rural twang of Sun Studios - Darryl Sterdan/Winnipeg Sun

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STYLUS MAGAZINE: RUMBLE @ THE OPRY - Release number three from everyone's favorite Selkirkian greasers is what these boys were aiming for from the get-go and they've blasted that pop bottle from here to Lockport, at least. Forgoing the mainstream roots rock high falootin' ness that they dabbled in on their debut, the 'Rumble' takes off where their Go to Hell EP left off, showcasing the fiery link from Rockabilly past to hardcore... uh, more recent past.  Imagine if the Alvin brothers had been following around Black Flag and the Jesus Lizard instead of those old blues guys and you'll have a good idea of what's going on here. Ever since bro' Gordie recently shifted to duties on the stand-up bass, the Farrells have been in high gear in the clubs and this full length disc brings it home. Who needs the future when the past still kicks your ass this hard? -Stu Reid

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