Lucky Stiffs - Gold in Peace, Iron in War LP / CD

Stolen equipment, stolen vans, and deported band members never stopped SF's LUCKY STIFFS. Like their fans, THE LUCKY STIFFS always attempted to take an unselfish look at their music and challenge themselves to step into unexplored paths. In many ways this is a key to to the excitement and enthusiasm for their place within a genre of music too often hell-bent on repetition and limitation. When they weren’t working their asses off to afford life in San Francisco or gathering at the 540 Club, they have made it their personal crusade to fashion a new genre of music they cleverly call omni punk. This all-inclusive genre gave the band the space and flexibility to showcase their individual talents and styles in a way that incorporates unimaginable influences seamlessly. Omni punk knows no limits THE LUCKY STIFFS have songs running the gamut of lyrical content, from boozing it up to taking a stand against a lost nation's "weapons of mass delusion" – all of which bring their most vivid memories, stories, and emotions to life in a passionate crescendo of five men proud to wear their hearts on their sleeves.

TRACK LISTING:
01. Masquerade
02. Forever And A Day
03. Black
04. Walk
05. This Time
06. Wish You Well
07. Anza 9
08. Vacant City
09. Letter
10. Unglued
11. Last Confession
12. This Is Mine