One Last Big Job

by Ramshackle Glory

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1.
Junk Bones
2.
Collapse, Fury, Redemption, Loss
3.
Broken Heart
4.
Homeward Bound
5.
6.
Die Alone, Live Together
7.
Into The Wind
8.
Face The Void
9.
The Hand You Reach Out Is Empty (As Is Mine)

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"RAMSHACKLE GLORY is a retired anarchist punk band that was based out of Tucson, AZ. This is our last release. Our band lasted from 2010-2016. We put out three full length albums, one split album with the folk punk band Ghost Mice, and toured every year. We donated money to a large number of anarchist and radical political projects, and distributed a lot of free political literature on a variety of topics. We stood up for our values as much as we knew how to. I'm proud of everyone in our band for doing what we did together. This project was hard on all of us in different ways, but in the end we took care of each other as much as we know how to. That isn't something to take for granted. I actually think it's all we have. Thanks to everyone who helped us, tolerated our mistakes and our crankiness, and listened to our music. You have funny taste. So do I.

Love,
Patrick Schneeweis (June 1, 2016)

"THIS PROJECT was a significant part of my life these past 6 years and I'm thankful for it. At times it was an inspiring and affirming reprieve from normal life. Having the platform to attempt centering both anarchism and queerness in punk spaces meant a ton to me, personally. These weren't clear objectives, we didn't have those, but such attempts would manifest and at times it felt important and useful. Sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't, like most of the ludicrous things that anarchists do. Aside from the obvious thanks to my bandmates for being the brilliant collection of beautiful weirdos that they are, I want to thank all the rad folks who set up tables at our shows and all the kids who took that part of what we were doing seriously. Thanks to those who tried to practice some kinda consent on the dance floor. Thanks to all the hosts. (Sorry if you had to hear us yelling at each other about violence, insurrection, and techno-transhumanism or whatever at 3 in the morning on your porch.) Love your buds with all you got. Brush your teeth. Fuck authority.

For a world without borders, cops, or cages,
Luke (December 2, 2016)

THIS ALBUM IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF ERIK PETERSEN

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releases December 30, 2016

Self-recorded in Tucscon, AZ and all over the place. Mixed and mastered by Charlie Schneeweis. Self-released. Artwork by Dalia Shevin. Design by Luke.

ON THIS ALBUM, RAMSHACKLE GLORY IS:

Patrick Schneeweis: guitar/vocals
Nick Brgr: accordion/vocals
Douglas Fur: banjo/vocals
Luke Romano: drums/vocals
Alyssa Kai: clarinet
Eric "Johnny" Freedom: trumpet
Wyndham Maxwell: piano
Dane Rossman: bass

IN THE PAST, RAMSHACKLE GLORY HAS ALSO BEEN:

Michael Schneeweis: trumpet
Charlie Schneeweis: trumpet
Dylan Kordani: lead guitar
Dottie Possie: trombone/bass
Andrew Link: bass

WE CONTINUE TO OPERATE THE FOLLOWING:

ramshackleglory.bandcamp.com
facebook.com/ramshackleglory
ramshackleglory@gmail.com

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Track Name: War On Christmas
Take down the lights
I don't do Christmas
Religion's fine
I just hate Christmas

I'll hang out at noon
But not before then
I think you're fine
I just don't wake up then

This place feels like a furnace
Someone's trying to burn us
I'm glad you're happy this way
But if I have to watch you smile
I'll pull our file
and finish us off today

It’s okay

Theories are great
But I hate when you say them
I understand my heat bills
I still don't pay them

I know my rights
But thanks for explaining
The day they're enough
Will be the day it starts raining

You forget we live in quicksand
This isn't sick, man
We won't be around if we win
But if I have to watch you smile
I'll pull our file
And turn both of us in