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Tracks:

1-Quicker Than Liquor

2-What's Wrong With Me

3-Medication Nation

4-Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man

5-The Only Time I'm Sober is When You're Gone

6-Cheap Wine, Cheap Ramen

7-Down The Drain

8-Sleepless Nights and Bar Room Fights

9-Friend of The Devil

10-Ten Long Years in Texas

11-I Hate Every Bone in Your Body Except Mine

12-Take Me Away


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  1. Rootin' Tootin' Revolting Rodeo Riot

    Posted by syncursor on 27th Nov 2011

    For 20 years I have wanted to hear this. Way back in time Grandpa Jourgensen mentioned a Buck Satan project but it was constantly put on a back burner. Then in 1994 MINISTRY played 2 acoustic shows at Mountainview and gave us ataste of what Buck Satan could possibly sound like. I was most impressed considering how much more aggressive and heavy they had been increasingly becoming. I didn't think Al had a melodic, softer vocal side to him anymore. But then...nothing from Buck Satan. Then, 10 years later on the Evil Doer Tour, we could buy a Buck Satan t-shirt. The album had to be here soon. But then...nothing. Finally, in 2011 we are able to hear this and it's worth it. I'm not into country music at all but from what I have heard many of the tracks would blend seamlessly on a C&W radio station and that makes this CD standout. Songs like 'Quicker Than Liquor' (oh yeah!), 'Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man', 'Cheap Wine, Cheap Ramen' (really gets stuck in your head), 'Ten Long Years In Texas' (a personal favorite, especially the part about theing bears) and the shocker 'Take Me Away' all provide a great mixed-up variety of different country styles and keeps the album fresh and constantly in rotation in my home. My only complaint is the missing track "DIGNITY" and I only mention this because the pre-orders for the CD and the downloads never contained any track listings or
    mention of an exclusive bonus track for the digital download. This should have come as a free mp3 with a CD pre-order purchase. Thirteenth Planet has done this many times in past pre-orders. But, aside from that, the music is great and I can't seem to listen anything else right now. "Go get 'em, boys"