Andrew Jackson Jihad - Can’t Maintain. FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Can’t Maintain.
Style: Punk, Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1325 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1187 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1780 mb
Other Formats: MMF MP2 AU VQF VOC MP1 AHX
Andrew Jackson Jihad lyrics - 139 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Getting Naked, Playing With Guns", "I Love You", "Small Red Boy". album: "Can't Maintain" (2009). split EP: "Andrew Jackson Jihad, The Gunshy" (2010). There's No War In This Love FFFIRESTTARTTERRR. split EP: "Andrew Jackson Jihad, O Pioneers!!!" (2011).
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AJJ, Andrew Jackson Jihad. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Kazoo Sonata in Cmaj 01:17. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - You Don't Deserve Yourself 02:30. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Who are You? 02:40. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Heartilation 02:02. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Olde(y) Tyme(y) 01:10. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - We Didn't Come Here to Rock 02:23. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Love Will Fuck Us Apart 01:44. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - Self Esteem 01:36. Andrew Jackson Jihad, AJJ - White Face, Black Eyes 03:26. Back in the Jazz Coffin - AJJ. Knife Man - AJJ, Andrew Jackson Jihad
Andrew Jackson Jihad (now officially shortened to AJJ) are a folk punk band from Phoenix, Arizona that formed in 2004. The band's main members are Sean Bonnette (vocals/guitar) and Ben Gallaty (bass/vocals). In addition to those two, they have a revolving door of collaborators, though have settled on a solid live line-up in the past few years. This is arguably their best album, but that is entirely up for debate, of course. Their third album, Can't Maintain is quite different from the prior ones. The most notable addition is the use of electric instruments, though almost all the songs are still acoustic, and very folky. The songs on this album are much sadder than the prior ones, and they started showing signs of emotion in their wit. Knife Man, the band's fourth album, is the one that really shed a light on them.