Bag of Oats

Bag of Oats

Infobox Album
Name = Bag of Oats
Type = EP
Artist = Mutiny


Released = 2002
Recorded =
Genre = folk punk
Length =
Label = Haul Away Records
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Rum Rebellion" 1997
This album = "Bag of Oats" 2002
Next album = "Digging for Gold" 2002
Misc =

"Bag of Oats" is an EP by the Australian folk punk band Mutiny. It was released in 2002 by Haul Away Records.

This EP was a minor breakthrough for the band. The song "Struggletown" could well be in reference to the book of the same title "Struggletown: Public and Private Life in Richmond, 1900-1965" by Janet McCalman. "Police Strike Riot" is a reference to the 1923 Victorian Police strike, although the song claims it to have happened in 1929.

Track listing

# "Bag of Oats" - 3:02
# "William Jones" - 3:06
# "Shot Tower" - 3:39
# "Struggletown" - 2:48
# "Two Up Alley" - 3:16
# "Police Strike Riot" - 1:47

Credits

* Chris - vocals, acoustic guitar
* Alice - bass
* Greg - guitar, mandolin, vocals
* Phil - piano accordion
* Sean - drums
* Shep - drums on 5 + 6
* Briony - backing vocals
* Lobby - tin whistle, trumpet
* Steph - fiddle


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