Genuine Hick | Crooked Channel

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Crooked Channel

by Genuine Hick

Deranged Folk Punk Americana Rock Poetry
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Got Me By the Balls
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2. The Pug and the Black Cat
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3. Deep, Down
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4. For Those of You On Morphine
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5. Crackhead World
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6. Let Me Fuck You Up
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7. Miss This One
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8. I Heard a Train
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9. It's Just John
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10. Share the Wealth
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Album Notes
Crooked Channel is the fifth Genuine Hick CD (not including the Brad Benge "Amalgam" project of John Noerdlinger tunes).
Interestingly, although our music has never been overtly political this album turns out to be pretty issue oriented. Check out the tracks "Crackhead World" and "Share the Wealth." "Got Me By the Balls" is our ode to AC-DC and "Let Me Fuck You Up" pays homage to the Ramones. "I Heard a Train" is what Woody Guthrie might have sounded like if he'd been born 50 years later.

We are in the midst of rehearsing a live show. Debut gig is December 1 (2012) at The Blues Saloon in Oklahoma City


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