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Sex, Drugs and Bill Monroe


Download links and information about Sex, Drugs and Bill Monroe by Nine Pound Hammer. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 33:31 minutes.

Artist: Nine Pound Hammer
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 33:31
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No. Title Length
1. I'm Yer Huckleberry 2:15
2. Hookers & Hot Sauce 2:09
3. Black Sheep 2:37
4. Everybody's Drunk 2:37
5. Fightin' Words 1:39
6. Mama's Doin' Meth Again 2:28
7. Right to Do You Wrong 2:05
8. Rode Hard 2:28
9. Too Sorry to S**t 1:57
10. Hell In My Hand 3:06
11. Wheels Flew Off Last Night 2:26
12. Ain't Worth Killin' 2:18
13. Cookin' the Corn 2:45
14. The Way It Is 2:41



Groups such as Rank & File and Lone Justice were called "country punk" circa 1982 (just for not being lame), but it wasn't until Mike Ness covered Johnny Cash and this Owensboro, KY group hit, that such a link-up was achieved. On their sixth studio LP in 20 years (they were defunct for years, and Blaine Cartwright started Nashville Pussy), they crank up gnarly axes ‘n' speed and hit like a buckin' bronc. And they're mean riffers, with Sun Records' hillbilly-rockabilly flavorings brought into punk's guitars even more directly than X. (Dig that traditional lap steel on "Mama's Doin' Meth Again," though.) This kicks like MC5 and Radio Birdman if they loved outlaw C&W as much as Chuck Berry, and the opening "I'm Your Huckleberry" is like a sped-up Stooges' "1970" for 2008. Just try to ride this bull, cowboy!