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Album Review

This six-cut EP features three studio tracks from Southern Culture on the Skids: a re-recording of "Eight Piece Box" with Jim Spake sitting in on sax, a cover of Link Wray's "Run Chicken Run," and a new tune, "Kudzu Limbo" (which, while mostly instrumental, does feature the memorable encouragement to dancers, "How low can you GROW?"). The real excitement is in the second half, which features three numbers recorded during one of SCOTS' always-memorable live shows at Chicago's fabled Lounge Ax. This was the second recorded go-round for both "Cicada Rock" and "Daddy Was a Preacher But Mama Was a Go-Go Girl," but "Walleyed" is one of Rick Miller's better guitar showcases. The performances are sweaty and emphatic, leaving no doubt about this band's power to start a party on stage. Given the amount of material that can be found elsewhere, Peckin' Party is more for fans than anyone else, but if you like Southern Culture on the Skids at all, you'll want to give it a listen, if only for the live material.


Formed: 1985 in Chapel Hill, NC

Genre: Rock

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

True to their name, North Carolina's Southern Culture on the Skids offers an affectionate parody of local white-trash trailer-park culture, matching their skewed outlook with a wild, careening brand of rock & roll. SCOTS' music is a quintessentially Southern-fried amalgam of rockabilly, boogie, country, blues, swamp pop, and chitlin circuit R&B, plus a liberal dose of California surf guitar, a hint of punk attitude, and the occasional mariachi horns. Following an early incarnation as a relatively...
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