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Putting the World to Rights is the latest album from one-man-band, folk-punk luminary J. Marinelli. The recording showcases a more fleshed-out instrumentation than the majority of his vast discography, while keeping the DIY ethos intact and prevalent. Marinelli's tried and true lo-fi aesthetic is as effective as ever, invoking comparisons to Guided by Voices, Billy Childish, or The Magnetic Fields. Putting the World to Rights will be available on vinyl and digital formats beginning August 19th, courtesy of ORG Music.
Putting the World to Rights is the latest album from one-man-band, folk-punk luminary J. Marinelli. The recording showcases a more fleshed-out instrumentation than the majority of his vast discography, while keeping the DIY ethos intact and prevalent. Marinelli's tried and true lo-fi aesthetic is as effective as ever, invoking comparisons to Guided by Voices, Billy Childish, or The Magnetic Fields. Putting the World to Rights will be available on vinyl and digital formats beginning August 19th, courtesy of ORG Music.
711574900930

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ORG MUSIC
Rel. Date: 08/19/2022
UPC: 711574900930

Putting The World To Rights
Artist: J. Marinelli
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Your Economy
2. Human Size
3. Cilium Plank
4. Are You Terrified?
5. Hate Your Freedom
6. Mostly Ghostly
7. Everything Begins
8. Where They'd Have Us
9. What Columbus Wants
10. Insider Art
11. Antifa Grandpa
12. Dinosaur Dan
13. Dopamine Dealer
14. The Year of Fucking Up
15. Worker ; Parasite

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Putting the World to Rights is the latest album from one-man-band, folk-punk luminary J. Marinelli. The recording showcases a more fleshed-out instrumentation than the majority of his vast discography, while keeping the DIY ethos intact and prevalent. Marinelli's tried and true lo-fi aesthetic is as effective as ever, invoking comparisons to Guided by Voices, Billy Childish, or The Magnetic Fields. Putting the World to Rights will be available on vinyl and digital formats beginning August 19th, courtesy of ORG Music.
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