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River City Rebels

Keepsake Of Luck

Silver Sprocket 004

Released on September 25, 2007

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The River City Rebels crowning achievement to date clocking in at 69 minutes, Keepsake Of Luck is epic, gutsy and reckless. Expanding on their punk-rock heritage with Americana roots and the lessons learned over the last 8 years of touring, the Rebels spent the past two years fine-tuning this album in Seattle and Los Angeles.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bright Rays  0%
2 Farmhouse Blues Voted #1  25%
3 All The Flowers  0%
4 Nothing Makes You Hard  0%
5 I'm Here  0%
6 Keepsake Of Luck  0%
7 Call It Back  8%
8 Few More Than You  0%
9 Lost In  0%
10 Sick Kids  0%
11 I've Seen  8%
12 Hopeful Romantic Voted #2  25%
13 Icons And Rosaries Voted #3  17%
14 Letter In Transit  0%
15 Bright Side  17%
16 Little To Offer  0%
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Francois from Quebec, PQ Canada 
Jul 23 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I have been a fan of the River City Rebels for many years, and even though their sound and their lineup keeps on changing from one album to the next, the improvement in overall quality (both in recording and songwriting) always makes for a smooth transition.

This album won't take you back to their Victory debut, but if you enjoyed "Hate To be Loved" and "Street Performance" you will probably dig this one quite well! I always thought RCR were a greatly underrated band, and it shows yet again with this very solid album that should have granted them praises in a scene that has become obsessed with folk rock. I don't know why it went by almost unnoticed, but you should definitely take a listen if you like The Gaslight Anthem, Yesterday's Ring, Against Me! or any punk rock frontman's solo records.

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Matthew from Toronto, ON Canada 
Apr 6 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

thank you RCR for moving away from your terrible glam-rock phaze (hate to be loved),every song off this album is great. a smooth country-punk rocking good time from these boys(and there's still horns). i won't make comparisons, because i think these boys have come into their own and have created something all their own. just check it out and you won't be sorry.

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Cam from Waterloo, ON Canada 
Oct 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So this is great. It combines the poverty and desperation of their first album, anthematic classic songs of their 2nd album, consistensy of their 3rd album, and original style of their 4th album.

It sounds like a mix of Clash (london calling era), Springstein, Dylan, and Bragg. Its expansive but not overindulgent. I think this is their best.





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