Turner is an English folk singer-songwriter and former vocalist of legendary UK punk band Million Dead. Like an earlier folksinger with roots in the punk movement, Billy Bragg, Turner spits out songs that are at once effortless and heartfelt, filled with venom, self-doubt, and love for the everyday people he meets in the street. This album was released in the UK in 2008 to glowing reviews and year-end best of lists and is now available stateside. His infectious melodies will worm their way into the hearts and minds of America.
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Cheyenne from Beaumont, CA
Jun 25 2010
I can describe this CD in one word, amazing. I love Frank Turners work, he talks about life and is an artist who sings punk with folk in the best way possible. Ive seen him play in Riverside 2x in one night and hes a awesome performer/Artist. If you dont own this cd buy it!! Its a must have in my cd collection.
Kevin from Houston, TX
Oct 21 2009
I think this is Frank Turner's best work. Songs like "Long Live The Queen" have a great story and should one day be considered classics. I hope on future releases, Frank continues to avoid a 'polished sound' like Billy Bragg has fell victim to over the last five years. Hopefully the recording budget Epitaph dishes out will not ruin the quality of Frank Turner's work. Get this now!