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Genres: Pop, Rock
This is the second album from Hillbilly Hellcats. Like the first CD, Rev it up with Taz, this CD has a combination of 50's and 90's influences, and people say they like the humor. It has a little greater variety of song pa... more »
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This is the second album from Hillbilly Hellcats. Like the first CD, Rev it up with Taz, this CD has a combination of 50's and 90's influences, and people say they like the humor. It has a little greater variety of song pacings and styles then the first one. Once again Taz Bentley, known for his drumming with Rev. Horton Heat and Tenderloin, is featured.
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Rockabilly Power Trio
Shawn Darby | Baltimore Maryland | 12/13/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I can not say enough kind words about this Colorado trio. This cd is their best effort yet and it mixes traditional rockabilly with some real barnshakers that will make even the tamest Cats and Kittens stand up and take notice. P.S. If you catch them live you are in for a treat!"
Harder and Faster than Rockabilly, but not quite Psychobilly
Robert Harrell | Atlanta, GA United States | 12/22/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I have listened to this disc pretty regularly since I first picked it up a few months back. The Hillbilly Hellcats write great 2-3 minute songs with strong riffs and great hooks that will keep you listening. They are not rockabilly in the same sense as Big Sandy and his Fly Rite Boys are rockabilly - they are faster, more aggressive and have a broader base of themes. Our Brand goes back and forth between rockabilly continuum tunes, hillybilly tunes, and even a Hawaiian song complete with steel guitar. All in all, this is a not a bad $15 to spend."
A fun, exciting, new style.
Jazz Hermit | 02/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Didn't know what to expect from this new rockabilly edition, but found it a lot of fun, exciting, and one you want to move to. Chuck expresses thoughts in a way that a lot of us would like to, but his are more on-target, and we hope he continues to keep us tuned."