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Category: Hard Rock
Label: The Enclave/Mercury
Catalog Number: 538 456-2
|2.||You're Goin Down|
|3.||Go Motherfucker Go|
|4.||I'm The Man|
|5.||All Fucked Up|
|7.||5 Minutes To Live|
|8.||Somebody Shoot Me|
|10.||First I Look At The Purse|
|11.||Eat My Dust|
|12.||Fried Chicken & Coffee|
|13.||Kicked In The Teeth|
|15.||Milk Cow Blues|
|16.||Headin For The Texas Border|
|17.||Sock It To Me Baby|
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|From: Axelinger||Date: October 26, 2004 at 17:38|
|From: Aero Force Mike||Date: October 26, 2004 at 17:53|
|Great album too. From the first second, the launches into turbo-charged redneck AC/DC rock for the next 30 minutes... so deliciously white trash - they make Jackyl look like Europe. The bonus-disc of covers is killer and of course, they're stunning live. Check it out and crank it loud. 9/10|
|From:||Date: October 26, 2004 at 21:35|
|Always nice to see some nipples! Now if Shania Twain would take Corey Parks' lead show some (sk)initiative on her album covers I might be tempted to buy some of that crap... nah! Guess not. This truly must be the most abrasive entry on this site (and by that turn, one of the best); lean, mean and highly un-melodic! Power ballads suck it, anyway, am I right? What's next on this site... GG Allin? "Fried Chicken & Coffee" was nominated for a grammy, by the way, so suck on that!|
|From: Fizz||Date: October 27, 2004 at 0:16|
|When I first got this, I couldn't tear myself away from it for some reason. Of the three NP albums, it's probably my least favorite though. Contrary to an earlier post, the band had little to do with AC/DC at that point, as this album is about 80-20 punk and hard rock. The Fizz Picks: "You're GOin' Down," "Go Motherfucker Go," "I'm the Man," "5 Minutes to Live," "Fried Chicken and Coffee." Overall, A fun record to put on when you're pissed off, drunk, or both, but overall, a 5.5 or a 6.|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: August 3, 2008 at 14:43|
|I totally don't get the AC/DC and Skynyrd comparisons people were giving Nashville Pussy even on this album. They sound NOTHING like either band on the debut. This is more hardcore punk than anything else, more like Zeke or Blaine's previous band Nine Pound Hammer. Sandpaper vocals, sloppy guitar, breakneck drumming, feedback galore. Meth-lab metal, if you will. Doesn't mean I don't like it, but I much prefer later albums.|
|From: 20gunsalute||Date: December 13, 2009 at 23:38|
|All of these albums are garage punk heaven. dirty, sleazy and kick ass. these guys are decent live too if you happen to catch em'. This stuff is just what it's all about, no pompous 70's retro crap, just bad ass rock n' roll decadence. HELL YEAH!|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: October 19, 2011 at 22:48|
|Dirty Rock And Roll/Punky debut by NP...in agreement with the last comment(20gunsalute)...i own the simple release(only CD 1 with the 12 songs)...best tracks for me are "You're Goin' Down","Go Motherfucker Go","All Fucked Up"(ala Sex Pistols),"Somebody Shoot Me","First I Look At The Purse" & "Fried Chicken & Coffee"(ala Monster Magnet)...70/100|
|From: MetaLWhore||Date: January 27, 2014 at 11:12|
|The songs are bad, but the cover is good of this album. I think the album is sold due to the cover, not for the songs.|
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