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We Just Come to Work Here

Various Artists
We Just Come to Work Here

We Just Come to Work Here, We Don’t Come to Die is an extraordinary compilation of some of Collector Records’ best-loved artists, who highlight the hazards of working in the industrial world."These songs are dedicated to the 70,000 workers who are killed or permanently disabled on the job each year in the United States," and who better than to sing them but Joe Glazer, Eddie Starr, Larry Penn, and Sweet Honey in the Rock?

Track Listing

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More Than a Paycheck Sweet Honey in the Rock 3:49
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Number 21 Mine Kenny Winfree 2:25
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Taxi Song Joe Glazer 3:54
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Sound Engineering Bobby Cumberland 2:52
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Song for Sandhogs Larry Penn 2:50
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The Process Man (Chemical Worker's Song) Magpie 2:44
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The Right to Know Joe Glazer 2:49
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Tell Me Their Names Eddie Starr 3:47
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Worker's Memorial Day Bobby Cumberland 1:32
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VDT Tom Juravich 1:56
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Carpal Tunnel John O'Connor 2:40
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Drill Ye Tarriers, Drill Joe Glazer 2:14
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100% Cotton Dust Ngoma Hill 2:45
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Song for the Unknown Worker John O'Connor 2:37
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The Hammer Song Larry Penn 2:24
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Coal Tattoo Laurel Blaydes 4:24
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Corrido del Minero Joe Glazer 2:48
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We Just Come to Work Here, We Don't Come to Die Anne Feeney 4:51
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