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Listening to Do You Think About Me? is like riding a mechanical bull. It doesn't last very long, but it makes you hold on for dear life. Clocking in at just over 30 minutes, Do You Think About Me? features the the Waco Brothers' exhilarating and indescribable hybrid of country and punk. Some of the tracks on the album remain from their previous acclaimed albums, To the Last Dead Cowboy and Cowboy in Flames, but they don't feel like refried leftovers. "South Bend" and "Got to Be Someone" sound like tributes to Keith Richards. The group also pay homage to the Clash in their blistering cover version Neil Young's "Revolution Blues." Lest you think the group is forgetting its country roots, they pull out quaint ditties like the steel-pedaled "Hard Times" and "Arizona Rose." The result is an album that's impossible to classify. Whatever it is, if you're going to listen to it, make sure to hold on to something that's bolted to the floor.


Formed: 1994 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Often described as "Half Cash, half Clash" for their fiery mixture of classic country spirit ("Cash" meaning the Man in Black) and old-school punk energy and defiance, the Waco Brothers were the most successful of the many side projects launched by Jon Langford, one of the founding members of eclectic British punk-and-beyond troublemakers the Mekons. In the '80s, the Mekons began exploring the influences of American country music, which they had discovered while touring the United States, and the...
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