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Good band, fantastic album.

Why was this album so overlooked? Were too many of us looking to the left coast? In 1995 it set the standard for cut-up/ramshackle/trashcan throwback blues. RRJ did it funkier, dirtier and more clever than that boy/girl duo (whose name we won't mention) that rose to stardom a decade later with roughly the same bucket of influences. And its still a fantastic listen. "Bang the Drum" and "Rollerkoaster" alone are worth the price of admission with an mindbending juxtaposition of jerk, dirt and pop. I still hang on every word of "The Ballad of RRJ." RRJ was a good band but this record is uncanny. Easily a creative peak for the band - I'd go so far as to say its one of the best albums of the 90s. Try it, it'll make you smile AND dance.

Overlooked Gem

Unfairly forced to stand behind Jon Spencer Blues Explosion in the Matador Records class picture, RR Jerk was music for me in 1995-96. If it were possible to wear out a CD, I'd have gone through three copies of One Track Mind by now. Marcellus Hall is one of the best American songwriters going today and this album was RR Jerk at the peak of their country/blues/kitchen sink/brake drum skills. 180 degrees out of phase with everything about the year it was released. Thank goodness for that.

Must Have Fuzzy Blues Noise Gem

Heavily overlooked band in the shadow of Jon Spencer. Saw them live in 1995/96 opening for Boss Hog and it was fantastic. If you like the blues-driven sound of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, this will bring you lots of joy and it never gets old.

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