Ignoring the fact that it borders on sacrilege for a Canadian country band to kick this hard, this album is some of the best fist pumping redneck music you'll ever hear. The lead singer's voice sounds like he downed a couple of shot glasses full of bourbon and gravel before recording, but that's what makes the songs work as well as they do. If you've ever wondered what Johnny Cash (a hero of the band's and referenced in a couple of their songs) would sound like if he was really upset about being named Sue, then this is the album for you. Without trying to pander to stereotype, this CD should come in the glove box of every new full size pick up sold.
what were they thinking?!
I hear better at open mike and bars on Friday night. The songs themselves are pretty good, but the vocals make me squirm (not in the good way.)This is for all the folk that think country is cracky voices, sad times, and booze.