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It's Martini Time

The Reverend Horton Heat

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Album Review

The Reverend Horton Heat's signature sound pitches a clear, tony rockabilly guitar line (see "Rock the Joint") against a greasy, fuzzed-out counterpart and gutbucket rhythm ("Slow"). Take off on the "Big Red Rocket of Love"'s full-throttle punkabilly, the title track's jumpin' jive rave-up broadcast live from purgatory, or the cool finger-snapping rap on fame "That's Showbiz." "Slingshot" and "Forbidden Jungle" update '50s-style instrumental rock at warp speed. "Generation Why" and "Spell on Me" border on comic-book speed punk metal.

Biography

Born: 1959 in Corpus Christi, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Reverend Horton Heat is perhaps the most popular psychobilly artist of all time, really rivaled only by genre founders the Cramps. The Reverend (as both the three-man band and its guitar-playing frontman were known) built a strong cult following during the '90s through constant touring, manic showmanship, and a twisted sense of humor. The latter was nothing new in the world of psychobilly, and Heat's music certainly kept the trashy aesthetic of his spiritual forebears. The Reverend's true innovation...
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