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Album Review

Soulhat made a name for itself in the early '90s by playing weekly gigs at the Black Cat Lounge on Sixth Street in Austin, TX. Outdebox, their debut studio release, makes for a fine representation of those smoky, beer-drenched nights. In the tradition of Austin legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, Soulhat livens up the blues into a rock & roll frenzy. Songs such as "Big Backyard," "Stink Pot," and "Build It up, Tear It Down" highlight the exceptional songwriting abilities of Kevin McKinney and Bill Cassis as extended studies in emotional release. Even with sappy folk-rock themes explored on tracks including "Brian Waltz" and "Here," Soulhat, aided by the presence of seasoned drummer Barry "Frosty" Smith, still manages to bridge the gap between hokey and funky with extraordinary ease.

Customer Reviews

This album is amazing!!!

One of the best albums out of the 90's. One of the best live bands on the 90's "jam band" circut as well. I am confused with the other reviews saying it's missing songs or not complete. I know that some of their albums aren't here, but to my recollection, "OutdeBox" is the exact way I remember it. Never the less, buy it, you'll love it.

Where the rest

The entire album is incredible. Where are the rest of the songs?? Where's good to be gone as well. :(

Dirty Southern Rock

A timeless album that has remained near the top of my collection. However, the name of the album is OutDEbox.


Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Guitarists and vocalists Kevin McKinney and Bill Cassis formed Soulhat in Texas with bassist Brian Walsh in 1990. They recruited former Funkadelic drummer Barry E. "Frosty" Smith to complement their psychedelic blues-based funk band, and independently-released Outdebox in 1993 (it was later re-released by Epic). Live at the Black Cat and their second...
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