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Name:Enter The Haggis Gutter Anthems 2009 KzT[

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ARTiST : Enter The Haggis
ALBUM : Gutter Anthems
LABEL : UFO
GENRE : Rock

RELEASE : 2009-04-17
STREET : 2009-03-17

ENCODER : LAME v3.97 -V2 --vbr-new
QUALiTY : 197kbps avg / 44.1kHz / Joint Stereo
SiZE : 93.65 MB
PLAYTiME : 01:03:38

+ TRACK LiSTiNG +
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[#] [Track Name] [Time]

1. Intro 1:12
2. The Litter And The Leaves 4:42
3. Cameos 4:35
4. DNA 4:35
5. Did You Call Me Albatross? 1:17
6. Noseworthy And Piercy 4:23
7. The Death Of Johnny Mooring 4:37
8. Suburban Plains 3:54
9. Real Life/Alibis 7:26
10. Murphy's Ashes 2:54
11. Sea Of Crutches 5:27
12. Bury My Demons 0:38
13. The Ghosts Of Calico 6:25
14. Lights And Cars 5:12
15. Broken Line 6:21
63:38


+ RELEASE iNFORMATiON +
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Over the past three albums and five years, Toronto’s Celtic rock band Enter
The Haggis has found itself at the center of a grassroots success story ever
teetering on the brink of mainstream success. From playing Celtic festivals to
headlining them, and from the festival circuit to selling out multiple nights in
rock venues, ETH has blazed a path with heavy and almost constant touring up and
down the East Coast, to Canada, the West Coast and back again, winning over
success one fan, one town, one region at a time.

The band has made waves in the musicality of the genre, landing Billboard and
iTunes World Music charting as well as major television appearances on shows like
Live With Regis And Kelly, A&E Breakfast With the Arts and PBS’ popular program
Out of Ireland, with its multi-influence style of Celtic rock. It’s the kind of
overall sound and devotion package that has created not only die-hard fans, but
“Haggis Heads” that follow the band from gig to gig.

The band has been together in its current incarnation since members met in the
early 2000s in Toronto, where more than half the band was studying its craft in
the city’s colleges and universities. With that kind of classically trained
background Enter The Haggis is constantly honing and evolving its sound – blending
elements of rock and pop with traditional Celtic fare, an art school eclecticism
and a keen sense of arrangement. Past records have seen the band dabble in roots,
funk, even adding prog rock elements to the mix, but ETH always manages to bring
it home. Alternating between upbeat rock numbers with sing-along choruses and
slower, more introspective alt pop songs, the band plays progressive and lyrically
driven music that’s strongly rooted in Celtic tradition – from the storytelling
to the bagpipes.

“We like to experiment musically, pushing the boundaries of what people think of
as Celtic music,” said vocalist and guitarist Trevor Lewington. “Some of our
grooves, melodies and lyrics are quite different from other bands that we play
with.”

For instance, “Suburban Plains,” one of the songs on the band’s new album Gutter
Anthems, mixes an African-inspired drumbeat in 5/4 time with tin whistle melodies
and lyrics in English and French. "The Death of Johnny Mooring" combines a fiddle
melody with Rage Against the Machine-inspired riff-rock. There’s a fiddle solo in
the song in which fiddle player Brian Buchanan uses distortion, wah pedal and
whammy pedal on the instrument. Béla Fleck’s done that with a banjo, but fiddle
might be a first.

Now, the band’s seventh studio album, Gutter Anthems, is Enter The Haggis’ most
cohesive record to date, yet one that makes the band’s eclecticism shine. Recorded
in Fall 2008 at The Hive in Toronto and Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, the
record will be released this March on new model indie label United For Opportunity.
Expect a combination of rousing drinking songs with well-arranged rock and pop
tunes.

Songs like opening track “The Litter And The Leaves” with its upbeat tempo and
rousing anthemic chorus see the band embracing a jig-punk direction ala The
Dropkick Murphys, while tracks like “Did you Call Me Albatross?” embrace the more
traditional feel of tin whistle and fiddle throughout. “Noseworthy and Piercy” and
“The Death of Johnny Mooring” find the band embracing its Canadian roots in true
tales from the homeland. There’s also a marked “little guy vs. the world” theme,
derived from the trials of being an indie band trying to make it in the current
music industry climate.

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