11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Cadillac Three are country boys trapped in a blues band: Their loose, untamed debut is filled with songs like "The Sticks," a celebration of rednecks, small towns, and cold beers that roars over raw slide guitar. The headbanger "Tennessee Mojo" even sounds like Icky Thump-era The White Stripes. One key difference: Although these raconteurs sing the blues, they rarely have them. "Days of Gold," for instance, cranks the amps for a roaring summer bash where rattling riffs signal not thunderclouds, but the start of a bonfire throw-down.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Cadillac Three are country boys trapped in a blues band: Their loose, untamed debut is filled with songs like "The Sticks," a celebration of rednecks, small towns, and cold beers that roars over raw slide guitar. The headbanger "Tennessee Mojo" even sounds like Icky Thump-era The White Stripes. One key difference: Although these raconteurs sing the blues, they rarely have them. "Days of Gold," for instance, cranks the amps for a roaring summer bash where rattling riffs signal not thunderclouds, but the start of a bonfire throw-down.

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