Jason and the Punknecks | Drinkin Druggin Jesus

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Drinkin Druggin Jesus

by Jason and the Punknecks

Dark Country Blues Rock, Guy/Girl Country Punk Duo
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Bible 101
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2. Heaven & Hell
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3. Drinkin all Night
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3:13 $0.99
4. Gone
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5. I'm so High
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6. Birthright
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7. Mi Tornillo
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8. Leavin
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9. Getaway
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10. My Life
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11. When I Die
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jason and the Punknecks release their fourth album, 'Drinkin Druggin Jesus'. "This is the darkest album we have ever recorded"-Jason Punkneck says. After releasing the three previous albums, poviding outlaw country, outlaw bluegrass and country rock, Jason and the Punknecks breaks this album down, giving it a darker blues approach. The other albums (Outlaw Cuntry, Love us or Hate us, One Shot One Kill) are filled with full throttle bands, with lots of spice. Jason and Polly Punkneck decided to put out an album that only the two of them are on. Laying down all the tracks themselves, to represent the duo shows they perform as well. "The Sinners Gospel" Drinkin Druggin Jesus!


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