"Made in Tennessee" is the first EP from Nashville's own, The Reserves. It came to be through the brute force of honest working class men and the sacred four B's ( boots, beer, boobs, and BBQ.). If you are looking for an American Oi sound that will give you a shiner and insatiable thirst for a pint of ale (probably because you'll keep spilling it in the pit) look no further. This EP is like a primal scream from the boot strapped soul of a working class warrior. After hearing their version of the American Folk song, "Shenandoah," like a drunken, homeward bound sailor you'll be shouting, " Oh Reserves, I long to hear you!"
In November 2012, The Reserves we're birthed from a musty, smoke filled womb that had two beers on tap: Miller High Life and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Fueled by these liquids, they developed the uncanny ability to play instruments with great fury, traversing the land in search of any man, beast, or inanimate object willing to listen to the sounds poured out of their warrior souls. On a quest to conquer vast lands and various smoked meats of the BBQ'ed variety, they, as any great troubadours of histories past, have a scorched earth policy regarding any enemy that may stand in their path. So beware the wrath of The Reserves.
The Reserves are a punk rock & roll band who likes to drink beer and eat bbq.