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Rabble's latest or related album is Adam Niewood & His Rabble Rousers 1 & 2
Which is released on 2008-08-12 from record company Innova Records.
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Quick facts about Rabble
There are two bands called the rabble. 1) A three-piece punk band, based on the Hibiscus Coast of New Zealand, with heavy influences such as Rancid, The Unseen, Dropkick Murphys and The Casualties
Storming out of their hometown of Auckland, The Rabble are exploding out of New Zealand and into the hearts of punks worldwide. Harnessing the advantages of both experience and youth, this powerful and passionate band have been a band for over seven years but they’re still only just out of their teenage years and are truly unstoppable. One listen to the gravelly vocals and infectious soulful punk anthems on their 16-track second album 'The Battle’s Almost Over’ and you’ll be hooked.
Formed in 2001 by brothers Chazz and Rupe at the young ages of 14 and 15 respectively, the first six years saw them honing their gritty yet catchy sound and seeing several bassists come and go, before settling on recent addition Jamie Douglass. Their DIY ethos has seen them independently release debut album 'No Clue, No Future’, the 'This Is Our Lives’ EP and the mighty sophomore full-length 'The Battle’s Almost Over’. Relentlessly touring all over New Zealand, the UK and Europe over the last few years alongside Agnostic Front, The Unseen and The Living End, to name just a few, they’re also no strangers to festival stages, playing to over 1500 people at Auckland’s Big Day Out and, more recently, to a crowd of over 2000 on the main stage at the Blackpool Rebellion Festival. Learn more about Rabble