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Album Review

The Lacs continue to dominate the hick-hop (country meets rap) movement on their third release, but take that Sublime shirt on the cover as a sign that this one stretches its legs a bit. For instance, the highlight "Empties" ("Your beer is gettin' high, but you're takin' baby sips/You gotta chug it down, throw it back and tie it on") is country with a bit of Sublime-styled, jam band reggae underneath, while the ballad "She Runnin'" strolls easy like a Brad Paisley song. A couple other numbers go all-out rock, or Rock as in Kid Rock, but those who want the fat beats coupled with drunken whoops and hollers get their fill as well. Check the anthem-like title track or the great "Smoke Stack" for proof, or jump right to the end and enjoy the classic "Kickin' Up Mud," the group's debut single which winds up here as a very desirable bonus track.

Customer Reviews


Really? Has it really come to this? This is NOT country, not rap, not good. Please tell me this is a joke and I won't have to hear this ever again. YUCK!

New country going bad

This is a perfect example of people calling pop or hip hop music country. This is not country. Just because you talk about rednecks or farms doesn't make it country music.


Take this out of the Country Genre...


Formed: 2002 in Baxley, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fusing the unlikely combination of Southern rap and Southern rock, the Lacs (short for Loud Ass Crackers) created their own brand of hip-hop, which they affectionately dubbed "hick-hop." Hailing from Baxley, Georgia, the duo of of rapper Clay "Uncle Snap" Sharpe and singer/guitarist Brian "Rooster" King have a sound that incorporates equal parts Bubba Sparxxx and ZZ Top, merging slinky Southern guitar riffs with booming beats and rhymes about life in the dirtiest parts of the Dirty South. The Lacs...
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