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9 thoughts on “ My Sister Rose - 10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe

  1. Sep 28,  · For the group 10, Maniacs, whose moniker allegedly was inspired by the B horror movie “Two Thousand Maniacs!,” In My Tribe was to be in many ways a make-or-break record. Distinguished by the trebly alto vocals of lead singer Natalie Merchant and a lush, orchestral sound built upon the keyboard bed of Dennis Drew, the jangly guitar of Robert Buck (whose only relation to .
  2. In My Tribe, an album by 10, Maniacs on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. May 14,  · My Sister Rose. My Sister Rose. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 9. A Campfire Song. A Campfire Song That begins to be the case for 10, Maniacs' 'In My Tribe', a rock album that stands out in the midst of the jungle of pop-folk-college-rock, alongside some of REM's best works, and continues to sound strong more than 16 /5().
  4. My Sister Rose Lyrics: Big,big plans are being made / For my sisters wedding day / We'll have a ball at the sons of roma hall / Family, friends come one and all / First the best man makes a toast.
  5. Watch the video for My Sister Rose from 10, Maniacs's In My Tribe for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Features Song Lyrics for 10, Maniacs's In My Tribe album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  7. 10, Maniacs song lyrics for album In My Tribe. Tracks: What's the Matter Here?, Hey Jack Kerouac, Like the Weather, Cherry Tree, The Painted Desert, Don't Talk, Peace Train (Dropped After Initial Pressing), Gun Shy, My Sister Rose, A Campfire Song, City of Angels, Verdi Cries.
  8. My InterpretationI read this as a fairly scathing analysis of 'traditional' marriage/weddings and especially of the seemingly inevitably way in which Sister Rose (and all of the 'single girls' who 'hear the call' from the onlookers) falls into (and are encouraged by society into) it, almost without thought. It is a feminist song criticising the unquestioning changing of the bride's name, the.

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