Thursday, 26 February 2009
Andrew Jackson Jihad has become my favorite band of all time topping all of my charts so it's only right that I post them more. For newbies, these guys are folk punk at it's best. They always try to have fun and experiment with genres like their split with Partners in 818 where they popped out their electric guitars and went punk. The title of the album is a reference to "Operation Stackola" a hip-hop album by Lunitz so I was really excited when I thought this was an experimental hip-hop album from a normally folky duo. I was dissapointed that it was not a hip-hop album, but I ended up liking it anyways. A few songs are redone versions of older songs, but they cover Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie and an album version of Sense and Sensibility. Enjoy this brand new 2009 Andrew Jackson Jihad. They are coming to the east coast. Check their myspace for dates! I hope to go to one.