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- Product Dimensions : 11.18 x 12.45 x 0.76 cm; 45.36 Grams
- Manufacturer : Xtra Mile Recordings Ltd.
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Label : Xtra Mile Recordings Ltd.
- ASIN : B01ICJCE0Y
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 114,857 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- Customer reviews:
If their folk debut celebrated the sticks and their punkier second blinked in the bright lights of London, their rocked-up third, The Devil, The Heart & The Fight, sees them go global.
From the fiery Elvis-gone- folk roar of opener Wanted Dan saluting London, New York and Cairo in a song "about looking for life in the cities we'd visit" - The Devil, The Heart & The Fight comes out fists first. A mature, vibrant and varied record, it mingles classic Skinny folk romances (Grace, Reunion) with epic rock takes on rafter-rattling shanties (Beat It On The Chest) and hearty Dexys-style tributes to the fans they meet on the road (Fair Winds And Following Seas), plus a hitherto unseen darker side.
The Devil, The Heart & The Fight is like Skinny's previous albums gone backpacking; expanding its horizons, full of adventure, discovering itself and doing things it regrets in the morning. Have heart, ye devils, join the fight.
For fans of: Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys, Gogol Bordello, Frank Turner, Will Varley
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Stand out songs for me are the opener Wanted, Tragedy in A Minor, Beat it from the Chest and Hamburg Drunk (echo's of Kirsty McColl and the Pogues!). The other songs are all good but I can see all of these going down a storm in a live show.