The Taxpayers are: Alex Taxpayer - baritone and tenor saxophones Andrew Taxpayer - banjo and lead guitar Danielle Taxpayer - accordion, keys, and vocals Kevin Taxpayer - trumpet and piano Noah Taxpayer - percussion Phil Taxpayer - bass Rob Taxpayer - rhythm guitars, harmonica, vocals.
Album To Risk So Much For One Damn Meal. Everything is Awful Lyrics. Same damn time Same fucking place Everything around here is awful Something isn't right here But I can't put my finger on it. Pull yourself right up With your own two hands I hope that you can. Same damn time Same fucking place Same damn time Same fucking place.
The following friends have been integral in the making of this album, in addition to being a constant source of support and inspiration, and deserve so much more than a simple thank you: Alicia Moreland (for the lovely cover art and for all the support and encouragement from the very beginning), Keith Rosson (for being an inspiration, a good friend, and doing SO much work in helping this whole thing come together), Damian Vanderwolf (practically the Useless State CEO), Jay Awesome (a dear friend and kind person.
Even considering that listening to To Risk So Muc. s an instant portal to the best house show you aren’t actually at, the album could do with more memorable moments.
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The Taxpayers - Everybody Just Stood There 01:55. The Taxpayers - The Cold Front 02:05. The Taxpayers - A Matter of Simple Deduction 01:45. The Taxpayers - Some Kind of Disaster Relief 02:37. The Taxpayers - It Gets Worse Every Minute 01:48. The Taxpayers - My Brother Isn't Dying 03:38. The Taxpayers - Let the Wheels Turn Slowly 03:07. God, Forgive These Bastards" Songs From The Forgotten Life of Henry Turner - The Taxpayers. Big Delusion Factory - The Taxpayers. A Rhythm in the Cages - The Taxpayers.
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. To Risk So Much for One Damn Meal.
And the Damn Thing Bit Him!, 02:04. Everything Is Awful, 03:24. Louisiana Hot Sauce Rainy Nights, 03:42.
The Windows Break
And The Damn Thing Bit Him!
Rapid Movements In A Bottle
Everything Is Awful
Geodesic Prison Song
Louisiana Hot Sauce Rainy Nights
Everybody Just Stood There
The Cold Front
A Matter Of Simple Deduction
Some Kind Of Disaster Relief
It Gets Worse Every Minute
My Brother Isn't Dying
Let The Wheels Turn Slowly
Accordion, Keyboards, Vocals
Banjo, Lead Guitar
Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Rhythm Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Lyrics By
The following friends have been integral in the making of this album, in addition to being a constant source of support and inspiration, and deserve so much more than a simple thank you:
Alicia Moreland (for the lovely cover art and for all the support and encouragement from the very beginning), Keith Rosson (for being an inspiration, a good friend, and doing SO much work in helping this whole thing come together), Damian Vanderwolf (practically the Useless State CEO), Jay Awesome (a dear friend and kind person...oh, and our “manager”), Eric Frame (should be nominated for “raddest person of the year” for the amount of work and love he put into recording this), Michael Miew (for being down to record anytime, anywhere), Zach Archer, DAVE OCKULY, Chris Hacket, Dan “Danager” Brusich, Tony Cipolle Stevie Padden, Jeff Rosenstock, Chris Clavin, Denny Matheou, Joe Cicco, the Distant Colony, Pat Lowe, Katie Bradshaw, Nicholas Von Pless, Tonya Harding and Doug Flutie, Iraqasaurus, Joe Destroy, Simon Carrillo, our parents, the Sea Shanty, Echo Base, the Glitterdome, the Garfield House, the Tree House, Failhouse Rock, the Red & Black Cafe, the Black Rose Infoshop, all our Minneapolis friends, all our Portland friends, all our Lexington friends, Delay, Tiny Knives, the Wild, Bomb the Music Industry!, Absent Minds, Lee Corey Oswald, Di Nigunum, Neckties Make Me Nervous (r.i.p.), Bill Skins Fifth Will Punch You Right in the Face, Prick and the Burn, Nun Chuksky, Jimmy Buffett, all the wonderful people who have helped us on the road with booking shows and letting us crash at their houses, and lastly, Whiz Bang (r.i.p.) and Dakota (they adorn the cover of this album and represent the hunched-together, boxing-stance, ready-for-the-world grace we all hope to achieve).
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