Honky Tonk Hustlas | Hallways of the Always

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Hallways of the Always

by Honky Tonk Hustlas

High-Octane Honky-Tonk from the Heart of Dixie
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Devil Let Me Be
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2. Livin My Life Alone
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2:14 album only
3. Hallways of the Always
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2:35 album only
4. The Path I Tread
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5. Wastin My Time
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6. Fallen Once Again
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7. Torn Between Two
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8. You Ran Me Off
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9. Dark Lost Soul
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10. Stone Cold Heart
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11. Ed's On The Prowl
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12. Cheatin'
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13. Demoniac
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14. Blood Mountain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Honky Tonk Hustlas are a Montgomery, Alabama-based string band, blending American roots music with their own rowdy style of raw, outlaw country hellfire. Their debut album, Hallways of the Always, displays a traditional style with punk rock undertones, mixing rockabilly and bluegrass to create their own hellbilly brand of high-octane honky-tonk.


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Mr. J.W. Logan

Hellbilly Good Time
Death country at its finest. Just buy the damn album already! You won't be disappointed.

JugHedAL

Takin Real Country Music back one song at a time
This album is a hellraising breath of fresh air with all the sub-par pseudo-country music that is out there these days. This album takes you on a mind blowing trip through self-conflict, dark brooding evil thoughts, regrets of love lost, revenge, living the honky tonk lifestyle, with a couple of outstanding murder ballads thrown in to boot. Any country music fan with a grudge against pop country should check this album out. This album restores my faith that country music isn't dead just yet.

Travis Will

Damn Right and Rebel Proud
First off, this album is great. I cant wait for them to release a new one. If you think like i do, then you think that the new Hank III album Damn right and rebel proud is crap. This album should have been his fourth release. I have officialy jumped off the Hank III train and onto the Honky Tonk Hustlas train. As far as III goes, he has a new album due out May 25th 2010. It is to be his last record with Curb. Hopfully he is putting all of his crap songs on the final Curb records, and when he gets released from Curb he will start makin COUNTRY music again. I understand that he plays country and metal. But he is tearing down the wall between the two. ANYWAY, i think ill just stick with Lucky Tubb, Honky Tonk hustlas, J.B. Beverley, Waylon and Hank Sr. Overall this is a great record and every track stands alone.

the1turtle

Good country
The way country is supposed to sound.

The Corner News

Hustlin' a new take on country music
Don’t let their name fool you, there is nothing gangsta about the Honky Tonk Hustlas. At least, nothing more gangsta than outlaws like Merle Haggard or Johnny Cash. The Hustlas have a down and dirty country sound mixed with older bluegrass flavorings like fiddle, banjo and guitar flat-picking. The music is upbeat and raw.

The Honky Tonk Hustlas show us that country has a dark side. It is interesting and refreshing to see a band do something so different. The Hustlas have an old school sound, but on paper their lyrics would come across as heavy metal tunes. “Ed’s on the Prowl” would make Slayer proud.

This is definitely a band to see.

Jacky Dumery

Hallways of the Always
Montgomery, Alabama was Hank Williams Snr hometown.
The Hustlas keep the tradition alive. This is real
country music. Keep on the good work, boys

Bucket

Hell Yeah
Found these guys on Myspace and i thought they were great so i got this CD and that confirmed it. Hope they can get out to Cali to play.

Virus Magazine

Music Morgue Master award winner!
This record scored 9 out of 10 points in our review and received our \"Music Morgue Master\" award. It\'s indeed the best stuff besides Hank III that I\'ve heard in a while! Keep up the good work!
-Dr. Virus

Dogface

Hellacious Honky Tonkin in Dixie!
One of the few great, D.I.Y. country bands out there today, the Honky Tonk Hustlas have been scratching and clawing their way through the underground, making their original style of hellraising honky tonk on their own terms. This is the dark side of country music, but there are also several traditional country songs on this album which makes for a great, diverse lyrical and musical journey from beginning to end.

Hallways of the Always is an awesome debut album, with amazing accompaniment from Andy Gibson on steel guitar and dobro, Donnie Herron on fiddle, and Jarrad Glover on bass. It looks like T.Junior wrote 9 of the songs on this one, with Glover writing about half as many as Junior. Both songwriters are very impressive and it appears that they don't write songs together; they have comparable styles that really complement each other and offer a nice contrast at times.

This is an incredible album that proves that REAL country music is still alive and well, but you've got to be willing to turn off your radio and look to the underground in order to find it. Honky Tonk Hustlas - Hallways of the Always is a great place to start. I highly recommend it!!

Twisted Hillbilly

On the Way to the Psychobilly Hall of Fame!
This band has a great traditional psychobilly sound with a new twisted philosophy and a couple six shooters to back it up. These fellas are on the verge of a rise that we cannot wait to see. Check them out or we will release the blue tick hounds to hunt you down!!!
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