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THE FARRELL BROS. - THIS IS A RIOT -  (STUMBLE RECORDS 2005)
Produced & engineered by Lenny Milne with The Farrell Bros./Bedside Studios
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tHiS iS A riOt (2:20)     2.R.E.B.E.L.  (2:22)     3.Let's Face It (3:06)   4.wiNk (2:40)
5. bUrNiNg dEsIrE 
(2:28 *video)      6.Chains (2:34)    7.Heisted Girl (3:11)    8.Old Glory (2:00)     *9.FIGHT  (1:28)     10.Kristy (2:25)     11.rOcKeR pAnEL (3:04)    12. It's All right Tonight (3:36)
All songs written by G. Farrell/ * by Shawn Farrell n' Gordie
Farrell - Nuke Norval/ bu vocals - Jeff Tetrault/ -drum tracks 2, 6, 8

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Gordie Farrell - Vocals, stand up Bass, Guitar  Shawn Farrell - Vocals, Guitar   Nuke Norval- Drums

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THE NERVE MAGAZINE: BEAST OF BOOGIE UNLEASHED! - Jesus jumped-up Christ, this is a fucking humdinger of a record! Yes, i just said humdinger. A beast of boogie has been unleashed once again from Selkirk, Manitoba, and is Hell-bent on setting your notion of modern Rockabilly on its geriatric ass. This album is catchier than a Gene Vincent ditty and a case of the crabs combined. You'll be shakin' your legs to this with such frenzy that people will think you've got a historic case of the little critters. Punked up and pissed off, with enough sneer and swagger to knock the lips clean off Elvis Presley, The Farrell Bros. also prove with This is a Riot that Rockabilly can still be dangerous. This is music to fight with knives to. -Devon Cody NerveOnline

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CHART ATTACK MAGAZINE: PUNKABILLY MADNESS! - Selkirk, Manitoba's Farrell Brothers have been blazing a path of Punkabilly madness for several years now. Their latest record shows they have no signs of slowing down as they rip through an invigorating set that recalls early Clash. "Fight" sounds like it could have been the b-side to The Clash's first single, "Kristy" has the reggae twinge and "It's Alright Tonight" masters The Clash's classic triumphant song intro. The only real difference between The Farrell Brothers and The Clash is these songs are about guns, chicks and chains rather than corrupt politics and being on the dole. It's a tried and true approach that the Farrell Bros bring home with enthusiasm.- Dan "The Mouth" Lovranski/ www.ChartAttack.com

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