Naked & Shameless | Drink, Fight, Fuck

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Drink, Fight, Fuck

by Naked & Shameless

Hillbilly music for pirates. What would happen if Spider Stacey (Pogues) arranged for a duet between Johnny Cash and Tom Yorke (Radiohead).
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD contains a trio of "drunkabilly two-step" numbers that "accidentally" happened in April of 2006 while Buck (Naked) and Dave (Shameless) spent the weekend at Skidd Wong's compound. The PBR ran out after three songs, so that's all there is to this session. But what songs they are. "Drink, Fight, Fuck" can only be described as hillbilly music for pirates and is instantly the theme song that doesn't exist (not yet, anyway). "The Ballad Of The Trucking Nun" tells the semi-biographical tale of the events leading up to the founding of a Memphis reform school (the school attended by Buck's delinquent sister). The final track is a drunken one-take ho-down version of Radiohead's "Creep", a memorable song that occasionally shows up in the live show.


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James Orme - SLUG Magazine

Sounds like: David Allen Coe + Jerry Reed + Saddle Tramps
These boys play down and dirty country punk. Simple songs, clever lyrics, its just what this hillbilly-werewolf-pirate loves to hear. Country music the way it should always be played. Screw all that pop country Nashville crap. These are guys that are down at the bar playing to people just like you and me. This 3 song EP has humor to spare with the rollicking title track and the "Ballad of the Trucking Nun," which tells the story of a nun's adventures out on the open road. The last track, "Creep", is a Radiohead cover that took me by surprise. But instead of the expected silliness, Naked & Shameless tackle this song with sincerity and really turn it into something great.