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Neck (2) : Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album)
Neck (2) : Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album)
Neck (2) : Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album)
Neck (2) : Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album)
Neck (2) : Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album)
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Neck (2) - Come Out Fighting! (CD, Album) (Mint (M))

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Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    US  
Released:  
2009
Genre:       Rock, Folk World & Country
Style:         Celtic, Punk, Alternative Rock, Folk Rock

Comments:
Brand new sealed copy!
 

Notes:

16 page booklet.

The album was held back & released in the 'GAS' territories (Germany, Austria & Switzerland) in March 2010, as well as being released at the same time in the USA & Canada on the Abstract Sounds label. The album also features a number of re-records from previous releases, as the band felt they could do a better job on them, given the road-testing the songs had subsequently had, & also with the budget, facilities & the expertise of Pat Collier that Golf Records kindly afforded them. Although this was the cause of some minor criticism (the general consensus was still that Pat Collier had brought out the best in the band), as one of those re-records ('Always Upsettin' Somebody') is their most popular song on YouTube, perhaps they were right... 

Due to the delay between recording and release, it was deemed expedient that the main band credits should be listed to reflect the line-up of the band at the time of release, despite two of them (the fiddler & drummer) not having played on the album. The drummer that did a sterling job on the album was no longer in the band by that point, & the fiddlers that played on the album were ex-members who stepped-in lieu of not having a permanent fiddler at the time of recording. Something that had been rectified by the time of release. They were all credited, but it was below the main band credit, so that's been clarified now, as credit where it's due...

Additionally, the bass-player succumbed to illness just prior to recording commencing, with the guitarist being stepping-up, with no prior rehearsal - there was no time - to complete the album under the nom-de-guerre 'Len Brennan' (a name familiar to any fans of Father Ted). After a very long recovery, the bassit did indeed, finally, come in & play on 3 tracks.  

 

1. Come Out Fighting! 3:23
2. Everybody's Welcome To The Hooley! 3:14
3. McAlpine's Fusiliers 4:10
4. Tink 2:43
5. The Homes Of Donegal 4:59
6. The Star Of The County Down 3:40
7. I Turn My Face To The Four Winds 4:39
8. Hello Jakey! 2:29
9. The Lilting Banshee Set (Jigs) An Foireann Bean Sí Puirt (Poirt) 3:44
10. I'll Still Be Blue Over You 3:58
11. Ourselves Alone 3:46
12. Barney Hare 1:45
13. Always Upsettin' Somebody 2:51
14. The Foggy Dew 4:49

 

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 803341233409

 

Phonographic Copyright (p) Abstract Sounds
Phonographic Copyright (p) Leeson O'Keeffe
Copyright (c) Leeson O'Keeffe
Copyright (c) Abstract Sounds
Licensed To Abstract Sounds
Licensed From Leeson O'Keeffe
Recorded At Perry Vale Studios
Recorded At Gravity Shack Studios
Mastered At JM Mastering
Published By Copyright Control
Published By Harmony Music Ltd.
Designed At PHD

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