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'I'm a Hobo' no not me.. That's the title of this here Punch Drunk And The Apostles 7" on Lucky Number Nine. Both Phil and I are bamboozled by this record. We're literally spitting genre's at each other.. Ragtime, big band, gypsy punk/ folk... To quote the press release "punk, funk, Eastern European folk, polka, rock, blues, jazz, and waltz in an impossibly seamless and irreverent fashio ...

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Ltd 7" on Lucky Number Nine.

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I'm A Hobo by Punch And The Apostles
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 29 October 2008
'I'm a Hobo' no not me.. That's the title of this here Punch Drunk And The Apostles 7" on Lucky Number Nine. Both Phil and I are bamboozled by this record. We're literally spitting genre's at each other.. Ragtime, big band, gypsy punk/ folk... To quote the press release "punk, funk, Eastern European folk, polka, rock, blues, jazz, and waltz in an impossibly seamless and irreverent fashion" which really sums it up. Think of The Muppets doing a Gogol Bordello song??? The flipside celebrates the feast of the skint, the humble "Can Of Beans" such a versatile food stuff. Simply add butter, curry powder, chili... the world is really your oyster with beans. You can even turn them into a song with squawking horns and swearing in it with big crash cymbals going off and everything. Although this record is not really my bag I must give them credit for their originality, sounding like no other band I can think of.

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