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25 Years 1992-2017
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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Mighty Loud Records
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|1. ||I Stand Alone |
|2. ||Down On Me |
|3. ||When Will It Rain |
|4. ||The Lumberjack |
|5. ||Push Comes To Shove |
|6. ||Secret of the Bottle |
|7. ||Dumb Ass Country Boy |
|8. ||Cut the Crap |
|9. ||Kill the Sunshine |
|10. ||My Moonshine Kicks Your Cocaine's Ass |
|11. ||Just Like a Negro |
|12. ||Screwdriver |
|13. ||Encore |
|14. ||Favorite Sin |
|15. ||Rally |
|16. ||Just Because I'm Drunk |
|17. ||Redneck Punk live - Previously Unreleased |
|18. ||Hot and Nasty Previously Unreleased |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: December 17, 2018 at 19:02|
|This compilation is pretty spotty. You get most (but not all) of the early singles, but few of the fan-favorite deep cuts like "Just Like A Devil." They couldn't get clearnace to use "Locked And Loaded," and so replace it with two other songs from Cut The Crap (two of the better ones, but still inferior to "Locked And Loaded"). And by the way, "Dumb Ass Country Boy" hasn't held up well at all, with Jesse's oh-so-1997 gripes about sissy-rock and waning interest from radio. The selection of later songs is just as erratic, with no "She's Not A Drug," or "All Night Rodeo," but stinkers like "Favorite Sin" and "Just Because I'm Drunk," plus the version of "Just Like A Negro" with DMC to prove that some of jesse's best friends are black (Jesse all but pleaded for someone to be outraged by the original version, but no one who mattered was). Then we get yet another live version of "Redneck Punk."
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: December 17, 2018 at 19:06|
|The festivities conclude with a cover of Black Oak Arkansas's "Hot And Nasty," originally from 1997, but touched up to remove Tom Bettini and Jimmy Stiff's parts. In the end, the disc is kinda like the appetizer sampler at a sports bar: greasy and fried, bad for you but oh so good, but yet in amongst the wings and the mozzarella sticks and the jalapeno poppers, you get broccoli bites or fried zucchini or something. You wonder why it's there, and ask if you couldn't just get tater skins instead.
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