Trans-Continental Hustle

Trans-Continental Hustle
Studio album by Gogol Bordello
Released April 27, 2010 (2010-04-27)
Recorded the Document Room
(Malibu, CA)
Genre Gypsy Punk
Length 53:46
Label American Recordings
Producer Rick Rubin
Gogol Bordello chronology
Super Taranta!
Trans-Continental Hustle
Pura Vida Conspiracy
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
Pitchfork Media(6.4/10)[2]
Slant Magazine[3]
Music Emissions[4]
Future Tunez[5]
Rolling Stone[6]
Off the Dial(favorable)[7]

Trans-Continental Hustle is the fifth album by gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello, released on April 27, 2010. Produced by Rick Rubin, Trans-Continental Hustle primarily draws inspiration from frontman Eugene Hütz's life in Brazil, where he has lived since 2008. This album is Gogol Bordello's major record label debut. The collaboration with Rubin was initiated after Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine saw Gogol Bordello perform at a live show in LA and told Rubin to check them out; after seeing the performance he offered to work with the band.[8] "Immigraniada (We Comin' Rougher)"; Track 5 on the album; has received heavy airplay during on Sirius XM Radio's Faction Channel 41 as well as other genre stations. At least two of Faction's shows are playing the single, including Faction's The Jason Ellis Show and Faction with Christian James Hand.

Track listing

1."Pala Tute"  4:05
2."My Companjera"  3:22
3."Sun Is on My Side"  4:25
4."Rebellious Love"  3:57
5."Immigraniada (We Comin' Rougher)"  3:47
6."When Universes Collide"  4:48
7."Uma Menina"  4:35
8."Raise the Knowledge"  4:57
9."Last One Goes the Hope"  4:35
10."To Rise Above"  3:48
11."In the Meantime in Pernambuco"  3:11
12."Break the Spell"  4:07
13."Trans-Continental Hustle"  4:17


The Band


  1. "Trans-Continental Hustle by Gogol Bordello". Retrieved 5 October 2016.
  2. "Pitchfork Media review".
  3. "Slant Magazine review".
  4. "Music Emissions review".
  5. "Future Tunez review".
  6. "Rolling Stone review". Archived from the original on April 27, 2010.
  7. "Off the Dial review".
  8. Ponce, Gina (August 2010). "Gogol Bordello: nthWORD Exclusive" (Web). . Retrieved 2010-10-21. External link in |publisher= (help)
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