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"Liquor of Life"
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"Take To The Streets"
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"RR Laurels"
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"Celtic Oi!"
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"Skull Face / Blackwater"
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"I dont understand?"


"Stacked Anchors"
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This 11 track LP is the latest album released by Rum Rebellion.. Independendtly released, this album features a guest apperance from Jimmy Turner on the accordian, as we continue to shred your face off with our endless drinking problems and pissed off attitudes towards society and what the world has become.

The vinyl version features a 24"x24" album cover poster with a lyric sheet on the back, and the vinyl itself is brown and cream splatter.

Released on Crash Assailant Records, this 13-track LP captures a very distinct period in the career of Rum Rebellion. Considered to be "their favorite album" by a few of the members, this album documents the transition from what Rum Rebellion was, and the direction they were going.

The vinyl version features a 11"x17" fold out photo collage with a lyric sheet on the back, and the vinyl itself is green.

This joint split features 6 unique tracks from both Rum Rebellion, and fellow PDX comrades the Hammered Grunts. Released on Rodent Popsicle and Pyrate Punx records, this split includes a song performed and then covered by each-other's band! A must own for any Rum Rebellion album collector.

The first official full-length from Rum Rebellion, Cruisin' offer's a very distinct sound like no other album. Recorded in the basement of Mike Stanioch on a reel to reel tape setup at 'the Ship' in PDX, this album features 9 originals and 2 traditional songs by Portland OR's original band of drunken Irish pirates. Independently released, this album definitely documents Rum Rebellion at the beginning of their career.

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