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Album Review

There's nothing more demented than a country band with a sense of humor, unless it's a country band with a sense of humor and a sense of irony. The Austin Lounge Lizards have humor, irony and satire going for them, a pretty deadly combination altogether. Targets on Small Minds range from Newt Gingrich (in the acidic "Gingrich the Newt," which has this Newt giving the humble newt species a bad name) to the intelligentsia of the art world. For all the bent edges, Small Minds is a finely played and sung album that's a pleasure to listen to and gets a definite recommendation.

Customer Reviews

Small Minds

Always indulge yourself in the Austin Lounge Lizards when you are given the chance! They will make any day just a little brighter with their sharp wit and sharper riffs. Small minds reminds me of their earlier works like their banjo cover of Pink Floyd's "Brain Damage" or "Jesus Loves Me But He Can't Stand You".

Biography

Formed: 1980

Genre: Country

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

Regarding their name, Austin Lounge Lizards guitarist and founding member Conrad Deisler said: "I think it was a slang term I'd heard my grandmother use to describe gentlemen of easy virtue who hung around in bars. When we started out, that's just what we were doing -- hanging out and playing for beer and tips and stuff like that." The Lounge Lizards trace their origins back to the late '70s, when Deisler, then a Princeton student, hooked up with Hank Card to indulge their shared interest in folk...
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