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Red, White, Black and Blue
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Category: Southern Hard Rock
Label: Outlaw Recordings
Michael Hannon bass, lead vocals|
Steve Theado guitars, vocals
Keith Pickens drums, vocals
|1. ||Shitkicker |
|2. ||Train |
|3. ||Can't Throw Stones |
|4. ||Dog Will Hunt |
|5. ||Glad It's Over |
|6. ||Blame It on the Booze |
|7. ||Motors Down |
|8. ||Swallow My Pride |
|9. ||Can't Stop the Rain |
|10. ||I Keep Drinkin' (You're Still Ugly) |
|11. ||Hear Me Howlin' |
|12. ||Bullshit (Goddammit) |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: The Fizzy One
||Date: November 26, 2002 at 0:04|
|Southern-fried hard-rock from Zanesville, Ohio. Sort of like Nashville Pussy, only they sound like they actually MEAN their jokes. Steve Theado shines throughout, and Keith Pickens is a hell of a drummer. Many of the songs are quite fast, like early NP, but less punk. The Fizz Picks: "Shitkicker," "Can't Trhow Stones" "Dog WIll Hunt" (blazing solo), "Motors Down" and especially "Bullshit/" HILARIOUS country-style song with the obviously drunk band dissolving into cackles at the end.
||Date: November 26, 2002 at 0:06|
|Just avoid the two ballads, "Glad It's Over" (I sure was!) and "Can't Stop the Rain" (no, but I can damn well stop this song!), as Michaen Hannon does NOT have the voice to carry them off, and plus, they're both over six minutes, waaaaay too long.
||Date: March 1, 2003 at 19:21|
|this is an excellent party rock n roll slab, lots of loud guitars,thundering bass and pounding drums ..and with a sense of humor..shitkicker is a great song..bullshit,goddammit great stuff ..
||Date: June 15, 2003 at 3:16|
|You know, Jimmi was not the reason for the demise of SD. Michael needs to understand that, and see the truth. Anyway, Tiger is sure choking, huh? What is he, down by 12 strokes?
|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: September 18, 2003 at 20:23|
|I really enjoyed the Salty Dog CD, so I decided to pick up this disc from Hannon's current band.While this disc is definitely packed with good, sleazy, barroom rock-n-roll,the problem I have with it(I have the 1 with 15 songs)is that there just aren't enough memorable, stand-out tunes.I've listened to it several times now, and the only songs that I remotely remember are "Shitkicker","Can't Throw Stones",and "Motors Down"...outta 15 songs that's pretty rough.Decent,but by no means a "must-have".
||Date: May 30, 2004 at 16:04|
|GREAT CD!!! And for anyone that cares Michael Hannon is the coolest guy I've never met! Reason: I traded some old Salty demos with him that he had lost and he hooked me up with the cd's, autographed posters, picks, and a cool little message. For music aficianodos/fans like myself it is really a shock to come across musicians who are actually cool to their fans. And I don't mean "Hey, How you doin'" KOOL, I mean sincere. Michael, I wish you continued success in all your endeavors. Fan For Life.
||Date: June 3, 2004 at 5:58|
||Date: August 11, 2009 at 2:52|
|this is pure straight ahead r'n'r to the bone i like this one it really rocks your socks off
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 11, 2009 at 15:47|
|Definitely a step forward from the debut, more textures among the different songs, and still that same Jackyl-meets-Motorhead, uncouth, rednecky fun. Occasionally, they get too Skynyrdly for their own good, like on "Glad It's Over" (I sure was glad when the song was over). But fo rthe most part, it's high-energy, turbo-charged, kick-ass rock 'n' roll. Best songs: the classic "Shitkicker," "Train," "Swallow My Pride," and "Motors Down." Oh yeah, and the drunken, acoustic afterthought, "Bullshit" is priceless.
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