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Who Let You in Here?

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Big Ass Truck first released this disc on Peacock Records in 1998. Reissued in 2000 on Terminus Records, the songs remain the same and are right on time. Who Let You in Here? mixes timely funk, groove rock, and splashes of turntablism hip-hop to defy easy categorization. Like Medeski Martin and Wood and Booker T and the MG's, Big Ass Truck capably assumes a mixed bag of thick soul and modern rock moods. Heavy hitting tracks "The Neco" and "3X Over Grant" segue easily into the more mellow "Hands of a Working Man." With seamless scratching and sampling, the whole thing somehow comes together without a hitch. Big Ass Truck delivers something old, something new, something borrowed, and something all its own.

Biography

Formed: 1993

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Big Ass Truck was formed in the mid-'90s in Memphis around core members Steve Selvidge (guitar) and Robert Barnett (drums). The psychedelic funk band released its debut album on a local label in 1995 and gained a following in the South by touring with 311. After touring fairly extensively throughout the Southeast, Big Ass Truck was put in contact with Upstart Records in Boston via Robert Gordon, author of "It Came From Memphis." Upstart re-released the group's debut along with the sophomore album,...
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