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Artist: Raging Slab

Title: The Dealer

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Tee Pee Records

Catalog Number: TP-029 CD

Personnel

Greg Strzempka vocals, guitar
Elyse Steinman vocals, slide guitar
Alec Morton bass
Rob Cournoyer drums
Dale Crover drums
Phil Ondich drums

Tracks

1.  Here Lies  
2.  Sir Lord Ford (When Electricity Came To Arkansas)  
3.  Double Wide  
4.  Real Good Time  
5.  Too Bad  
6.  Chasin The Dragon  
7.  Flap Your Boogie Flap  
8.  That's Alright  
9.  The Ballad Of Truly Mae  
10.  Bite The Lightning  
11.  I Don't Know You  
12.  Roadless Rider  
13.  (What I) See Through You  
14.  I Saw The Light  
15.  That Ain't What I Meant  
16.  Good Mornin' Lil' Schoolboy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Uncle Salty Date: May 27, 2004 at 8:09
One of their best albums, you have to buy it if you don't have it. Southern rock and boogie rock as its best. It includes an instrumental part of a Black Oak Arkansas classic song. A must have for those who dig this kind of R&R.

From: Fizz Date: June 25, 2004 at 3:19
I wanted very much to like this one, and in fact bought it on the strength of a review at KNAC. Sorry. It just doesn't hit me. Has some good songs, but Greg sounds too much like Kid Rock when he sings and with sixteen tracks, there is obviously going to be some filler. The Fizz Picks: "Here Lies," 'Sir Lord Ford," "Double Wide," "Real Good Time," "That Ain't What I Meant."

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 26, 2009 at 2:09
I bought this CD when it came out, and didn't much care for it. I hadn't listened to it in a long time, but dug it out today ... and still don't like it much. The songs just aren't as catchy as on the self-titled and DMBC. Lots of weird rhythms, and the drummer kinda reminds me of that jazz drummer COC brought in on their last album, who spent the whole time trying to show how jazzy he was. (Well, this Rob Cournoyer IS from New Orleans ...) Anyway most of the good songs are among the first few, say the first five or so, and then "Bite The Lightning" and "That Ain't What I Meant." It's a shame, the production is really nice.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 26, 2009 at 2:09
I bought this CD when it came out, and didn't much care for it. I hadn't listened to it in a long time, but dug it out today ... and still don't like it much. The songs just aren't as catchy as on the self-titled and DMBC. Lots of weird rhythms, and the drummer kinda reminds me of that jazz drummer COC brought in on their last album, who spent the whole time trying to show how jazzy he was. (Well, this Rob Cournoyer IS from New Orleans ...) Anyway most of the good songs are among the first few, say the first five or so, and then "Bite The Lightning" and "That Ain't What I Meant." It's a shame, the production is really nice.


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