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Rusty Razor
Goats Don't Shave
Rusty Razor
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1


CD Details

All Artists: Goats Don't Shave
Title: Rusty Razor
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Release Date: 7/3/2001
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock
Style: Celtic
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 711297107425, 011117107421, 2605000020621, 5016578107428

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A "must have".
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I love Irish music, and anyone else who does should definitely own this c.d. You can't beat it for authenticity. It's a fantastic c.d. and is a great example of true Irish music. I bought one in Ireland, where it's still popular today. I've seen many performers there, and Goats Don't Shave really deserve credit for bringing Irish music into the public's eye. The group is a diverse one, with their disappointing later c.d. being more like rap than this one.To me, the best song is The Evictions. It has a beautiful melody, and is the story of how the Irish have been persecuted over the years. Another great one is What She Means To Me, an upbeat song about how important Erin (Ireland) is to the people.Some of the songs are very intense; others are light-hearted ones, such as Las Vegas and Crooked Jack.For toe-tapping jigs and reels to contemporary and easy-listening music, this album has it all. You won't regret buying it."
This album is wonderfull, the music is fresh and up to date
Tim | 11/22/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There are some outstanding songs in this cd.My two personal favorates are The Evictions and Las Vegas in the hills of Donegal. But the entire cd is great. This is a group that should be heard more than they are"
A Night In Edinburgh Let Me To The Goats...
Tim | Macomb Twp, Michigan United States | 08/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I found myself one August evening in 2008 at a great pub called "Biddy Mulligans" in Edinburgh. I was digging into a steak and ale pie with a colleague, barely able to maintain a claim on our table that was coveted by a growing crowd of later-night revelers. The occassion was the wrap up of some audit work n Peterlee; our intent to cap the hard week with a little r&r during the Fringe Festival. Dinner complete, a fresh pint in hand, we watched the tables cleared to make way for a makeshift dancefloor which was quickly filled with a bouyant throng. The din was palpable - loud and happy people, lively conversation, and good music filled the room. Out of this craziness - the DJ played "What She Means to Me," by Goats Don't Shave. This instantly appealed to me as something different and absolutely perfect song for the time and place. I hope you enjoy this contemporary yet classic Celtic/Rock/Folk tune that's forever set as a keystone to my memories of Scotland."