Slackeye Slim | Texas Whore Pleaser

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Texas Whore Pleaser

by Slackeye Slim

Lo-fi alt country soaked in Dead Kennedys and Black Flag tributes.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Looks Like I Killed Again
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2. Evil Eye
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3. Missy Columbia
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2:28 $0.99
4. I Wanna Be Yer Zombie
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3:00 $0.99
5. My Name Ain't Tex
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6. Cowboy's Lament
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7. Wide Open Spaces
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8. Don't Touch My Horse
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9. No Place Fer Me
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10. Chuck Violence
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11. Texas Whore Pleaser
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12. Just As Soon As I Wound This Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Texas Whore Pleaser" is Slackeye Slim's self-released debut album. The album featured what Truth About Music describes as "a lo-fi alt country sound that was soaked in Dead Kennedys and Black Flag tributes. " Lonesome Wyatt (Those Poor Bastards) appears in "I Wanna Be Yer Zombie." The album saw a track included on Devil's Ruin Records' 2008 compilation "Rodentia: The Best of Dark Roots Music."


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Sweet Willy C

This CD is good meat
The best album on 2007. Slackeye has THE voice, and the man, er zombie that is, can not whisper. It's booming and deep. His melodies and skills with multiple instruments including chord organ and musical saw along with acoustic guitar and banjo will fill your ears with sounds that are fresh, much like a big old juicy steak, so fresh, the thing's got wings.

Buy the album, it's awesome.