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Album Review

Five years into their career, Nashville Pussy are showing no signs of maturing — which is great news for the fans. Say Something Nasty is cut from the same cloth as its two predecessors, fusing garage-style AC/DC boogie with a gleefully unrepentant embrace of white-trash decadence. Although most of the songs are little more than a place to hang gimmicky catch phrases like "You Give Drugs a Bad Name" and "Keep on Fucking," the entire Nashville Pussy package, taken as a whole, is satisfying just the same. Lead guitarist Ruyter Suys emerges as the group's secret weapon here — her Angus Young-style fretboard scrabbling raises the excitement level considerably — while the absence of original bassist Corey Parks is virtually unnoticeable on record (her physical presence and on-stage antics were Parks' most memorable contributions to the band). Amidst all the decidedly unmelodic noisemaking, "Here's to Your Destruction" — smartly placed in the middle of the record — provides a refreshing change of pace, featuring a heavy-handed take on Lynyrd Skynyrd-style Southern boogie. Gloriously dumb fun.


Formed: 1996 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

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

Atlanta-based sleaze rockers Nashville Pussy are led by the husband-and-wife duo of singer/guitarist Blaine Cartwright and guitarist Ruyter Suys; also featuring bassist Corey Parks (the sister of NBA star Cherokee Parks) and drummer Jeremy Thompson, the group (named in reference to a line from Ted Nugent's Double Live Gonzo! LP) debuted in 1998 with the album Let Them Eat Pussy, originally issued on Amphetamine Reptile. An underground favorite, the record was reissued on major label Mercury later...
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