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Performer: Taxpayers, The
Genre: Rock
Title: God, Forgive These Bastards
Released: 2012
FLAC version ZIP size: 1746 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1763 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 752

1. As the Sun Beat Down. 4. Goddamn These Hands of Mine.

Album "God, Forgive These Bastards": Songs from the Forgotten Life of Henry Turner. Weapon of God Lyrics. Dead black meadows, crimson waves These broken nightmares onyour plate; Believe me, I am a weapon of god too Crumbled bones inside a sock The ticking of a busted watch Thestorm is a thunderous, dark applause And my love is locked in a pitbull's jaws Believe me, I am a weapon of god too. (Bridges burn and children scream – their faith is shaken so easily But not mine

The Taxpayers originated in 2007 in Portland, Oregon. Originally a three-piece guitar/bass/drum combination, the band incorporates accordion, horns, piano, harmonica, and other instruments during recording sessions. Currently they perform live with a range from three to eight members.

Matrix, Runout: Side A: AM-242 A THE TAXPAYERS - GOOF PUNX FOR A BETTER WORLD. Matrix, Runout: Side B: AM-242 B FUCK THE MOON. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.

That is partly because Henry Turner was not only a baseball player, but-like all of us-many other things. More importantly, the album "works" because the songs all stand perfectly on their own and don't have the feeling of an arcing story set to music.

The Taxpayers originated in 2007 in Portland, Oregon. These days they are spread out all over the place. Rob Taxpayer sings and plays guitar, Noah Taxpayer plays drums, Dylan Taxpayer sings and plays accordion and keyboard, Phil Gobstopper plays bass, Kevin Taxpayer plays trumpet, Alex Saxplayer plays Baritone Saxophone, and Andrew Taxpayer plays Banjo and Guitar.