Album released in 2014 through Hellcat Records. Tracklist: 1. Take Back the Power 0:00 2. White Noise 3:20 3. Can't Be Trusted 5:39 4. Liberty 7:33 5. Judge. WMG; LatinAutor, ASCAP, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Wixen Music Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, UBEM, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (5).
The Interrupters are an American ska punk band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 2011. The band comprises Aimee Interrupter on lead vocals, Jesse Bivona on drums, Justin Bivona on bass, and Kevin Bivona on guitar. They have released three albums. The latest, Fight the Good Fight, was released in 2018, along with the album's lead single, "She's Kerosene".
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Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Take Back the Power. 5. Judge Not. 6. This Is the New Sound. 7. Family - Interrupters, the, Armstrong, Tim. 8. Easy on You. 9. A Friend Like Me. 10. Last Call. 11. Haven't Seen the Last of Me. Dieses Alben kaufen. Anderen Alben von The Interrupters.
The Interrupters Tracklist. Take Back The Power Lyrics. 2. White Noise Lyrics.
Today this spirit is splayed all over Fight The Good Fight, The Interrupters’ imminent and brilliant third album. I don’t care if you love me/Don’t care if you don’t’, she sings on Gave You Everything. Elsewhere, on Got Each Other, on which the band are joined by Rancid, the sense of community that Aimee Interrupter longed for shines like the lights from a city on a hill: ‘We will be your confidants/Your sisters and your brothers/We don’t have much but we’ve got each other. So too has Kevin Bivona. Today the guitarist and co-songwriter with The Interrupters, in 2009 Kevin was a studio technician and a jobbing musician with an act called the Telacasters. He also humped gear for other groups. A face on the scene, he could be found at shows such as Bad Religion at the Hollywood Palladium and, crucially for our story, the Coventry ska band The Specials at the Key Club.
Next, The Interrupters invite listeners to try not to clap along to So Wrong, a catchy apology from a not-perfect individual to the lover who they wronged. I’ve been burned for the last time! is the rallying call of the Ska Punker She’s Kerosene, the album’s first single/video, a story about an explosive gal told through the eyes of her weary match. There is a loose theme running throughout Fight the Good Fight, one befitting of the album’s name, a gentle shove toward social awareness and action, and the inspiration to continue to trudge onward despite these times of personal woes and worldwide moral outrage. It is hard not to compare The Interrupters to greats such as Rancid (particularly the 1995 classi. nd Out Come the Wolves), as they are deliciously catchy while always remaining gritty, never ever touching on Pop but always keeping it upbeat in tone.