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Reverend Horton Heat

Laughin' and Cryin' With Reverend Horton Heat

Yep Roc 2172.2

Released on September 1, 2009


The biggest chops. The most tour dates. The most kick-ass live show. The greatest rock-country-punkabilly performer of his generation, the Reverend Horton Heat is back after a lengthy recording hiatus with Laughin' and Cryin' with the Reverend Horton Heat. The man that first linked roots and alternative music is taking it back to where his heart is with Laughin' and Cryin'. A pomade-stiff romp down the dusty road less traveled, the album leans toward the hard-drinking, hard-driving 'billy' side of rockabilly with lounge love songs ("Aw, the Humanity"), odes to the good life ("Drinkin' and Smokin' Cigarettes"), comical takes on family life ("Please Don't Take the Baby to the Liquor Store") and country guitar wizardry, Rev-style ("Oh by Jingo!"). Since his breakout album Smoke 'Em if You Got 'Em The Rev has gained a diehard cult following who flock to his never ending string of gigs and continue to spread the myth of the biggest, baddest guitar man on the planet - the Reverend Horton Heat.

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1 Drinkin' And Smokin' Cigarettes  0%
2 Ain't No Saguaro In Texas  0%
3 Aw, The Humanity  0%
4 Crazy Ex Boyfriend  0%
5 Oh God! Doesn't Work In Vegas  0%
6 Just Let Me Hold My Paycheck  0%
7 Oh By Jingo!  0%
8 River Ran Dry  0%
9 Please Don't Take The Baby To The Liquor Store  0%
10 Beer Holder  0%
11 Rural Point Of View  0%
12 Death Metal Guys  0%
13 There's A Little Bit Of Everything In Texas  0%
14 Spacewalk  0%
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Cody from Burnaby, BC Canada 
Oct 2 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

my first thought of this album, is "oh my god, this is awesome" and then i listened to it again... my review after the second listen is "OMG, this album is a classic!". basically, you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll laugh again, you'll probably laugh a third time... you might even be disturbed a little bit.

the rev's effortless guitar playing is amazing on this album... just unbelievable

Jimbo's stand up bass sounds better then it ever has... great low tone with awesome slapping.

personal favorite songs are: 1) Ain't No Saguaro In Texas 2) Please Don't Take The Baby To The Liquor Store 3) Rural Point Of View

this has made it's way to being titled, my favorite Rev album.

Warning! Disclaimer! .. if you hate old style country music and/or songs about texas and pickemup trucks, then stay away from this album.

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