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If you’ve ever parked your truck around the block just so the repo man doesn’t find it, Songs of the Ungrateful Living is the album for you. Spend irresponsibly or carry a double mortgage and tracks like “Gone for Good” and “I Get By” suggest the album will be for you soon, and sooner than you think according to the ever evolving Everlast. The man who once asked us to simply “Jump Around” with his hip-hop group House of Pain has grown into a more rootsy rebel than Kid Rock, but he shares the Kid’s love of gutsy country here, taking it to a more down-and-dirty level and offering a whole lot less hope. Still, this is a vivid eye-level view of the Occupy Wall Street world of 2011, and those who enjoyed the more downtrodden moments of his 2008 album Love, War and the Ghost of Whitey Ford will find this the dour social commentary — with rap and twang — that they’ve been missing.

Customer Reviews

Good everyday stuff

Almost every song someone can relate to one way or another. He guys the nail on the head with I get by.

Homeboy grew up...ALOT.

If growing up paid off Everlast should be a milionaire. Thanks for this f'real man. You're nailin the real despite what anybody says and somebody appreciates the HELL out of it. Thank you so much.


Born: August 18, 1969 in Valley Stream, NY

Genre: Rock

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

Once best known for his tenure in the rap unit House of Pain, Everlast successfully reinvented himself in 1998 with the best-selling Whitey Ford Sings the Blues, a largely acoustic, hip-hop-flavored effort in the genre-crossing mold of Beck. Born Erik Schrody, Everlast first surfaced in Los Angeles as a member of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate Cartel, issuing his debut album, Forever Everlasting, in 1990. When the album failed to find an audience, he formed House of Pain with Danny Boy and DJ Lethal; carving...
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