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Reverend Horton Heat

Holy Roller

Sub Pop 450.2

Released on April 20, 1999


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Big Sky Voted #1  22%
2 Baddest Of The Bad  8%
3 Wiggle Stick  2%
4 Big Red Rocket Of Love  7%
5 Bales Of Cocaine Voted #2  15%
6 Bath-Water Blues  0%
7 Lie Detector  0%
8 400 Bucks  3%
9 Marijuana  0%
10 It's Martini Time  5%
11 Baby I'm Drunk  5%
12 Where In The Hell Did You Go With My Toothbrush? Voted #3  10%
13 Bad Reputation  0%
14 One Time For Me  8%
15 Now, Right Now  2%
16 Slow  0%
17 Love Whip  2%
18 Jimbo Song  5%
19 Big Little Baby  0%
20 Cowboy Love  0%
21 In Your Wildest Dreams  0%
22 Eat Steak  0%
23 Folsom Prison Blues  7%
24 The Entertainer  0%
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Aaron from Noblesville, IN 
Jan 3 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A good compilation of the Rev. Some funny shit, some rocking shit, and some drink along shit. I fucking hate how people compare em to Tiger Army and that type of shit, but whatcha gonna do.

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Petter from Bergen, Norway 
Nov 28 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album has been stolen from my collection five times already, and I keep buying it. Because this is the very definition of modern contry-influenced rockabilly/psychobilly. An essential for anyone remotely interested in such genres.

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Tom from Jersey City, NJ 
Jun 12 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Although I've been following rockabilly for some years now, this is the first RHH album I've heard. I will say that there is a reason that people who don't know that rockabilly is it's own genre know the name Reverend Horton Heat. These guys are awesome. I'll definitely be picking up more stuff soon, but for now, I'd give this album a listen if I were you.


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Curt from Arroyo Grande, CA 
May 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

very neat cd. contains a lot of classic reverend psycho/rockabilly sounds. all the songs are original with country, psychobilly, rockabilly, and the hick sound mixed together

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Mike from Gillette, WY 
Feb 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is really good. The Rev. is one of the best phsychobilly bands around today. They're a bit more country than their euopean counterparts but they still rock with the best of them. Definately a good buy if you like Tiger Army or the Nekromantix.

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