"Rockin' to the White House with Ronnie and Nance"
mwreview | Northern California, USA | 02/10/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This album is almost worth owning for a laugh. Don't let the name of the band worry you...Elvis does not appear (just kidding). There is no Nazi propaganda on this record. It is more of an Elvis humor album. It sounds a lot like Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper who put out the song "Elvis is Everywhere" around the same time. This is definitely a band that did not take themselves too seriously. A lot of the humor (as with Nixon and Roper) are very 1980s (Reagan, televangelists, etc.). "Ten Wheels for Jesus" takes aim at televangelists, especially Tammy Faye Baker, with some spoken commentary: "I love her eye makeup so much." It is just goodtime, crazy rock 'n roll with bad Elvis impersonations. The one track that makes this curiosity worth owning is "Green Haze (Pt. I & II)" which combines the Jimmi Hendrix classic with the theme song for "Green Acres" (it has to be heard to be believed). If you like novelty music, this one's for you, but don't expect this album to be in the top echelon of music."
What the ****!
Thomas L. Conlon | Central Florida | 11/23/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Great album in terms of silly psychobilly/punkabilly tunes.
Not worth the $75 I'm seeing for the price."