Pushin Rope | Murderous Songs Of Despair

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Murderous Songs Of Despair

by Pushin Rope

Hard hillbilly with an evil punk bluegrass feel. Heavy acoustics, creepy violin, driving banjo, and some upright bass thumpin.
Genre: Rock: Cowpunk
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1. Reign in Hell
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2. Evil in His Eyes
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3. Ditch Digger
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4. Pushin Dope
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5. Hellbound Man
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6. Devil's Son
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7. Murder in This Town
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8. Up All Night
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9. Cuttin' Moon
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10. Evil Little Woman
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11. Little Vicky
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12. The Hanging of Charlie Birger
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13. Just Me
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Murder, whiskey, guns, and the Devil.

These are the things that fuel the music of Pushin Rope, a five piece hailing from the dusty hills and empty wastelands of San Diego, California. Combining the best of traditional outlaw country, old time bluegrass, delta blues, and a manic dash of DIY punk and rock & roll, these five gentlemen have created something quite unheard of in Southern California: a foot stompin\', head boppin\', hootin\' and hollerin\' tour de force of Americana.

Murderous Songs Of Despair is an album that will kick you in the teeth, hold you down with a boot heel to the throat, center that shotgun right between your eyes, and demand your strict undivided attention.


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scott kautman

buy this cd now
Kick-ass band..see them live if you can, crazy good times!!!! get this cd for a whiskey drunk good time!!!!

Seth Reynolds

PUSHING ROPE
THIS BAND IS THE SHIT! IF YOU DONT GET A CHANCE TO SEE THIS BAND LIVE, THAN YOUVE NEVER LIVED! SORRY FOR YOU! THIS BAND INSPIRES FREEDOM, LIFE, AND THE REALIZATION OF THE FACT THAT YOU CAN DO AND SAY WHATEVER THE FUCK YOU WANT! "IN AN INTIMATE SETTING" THEY ARE EVERYWHERE AND EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bracey

Get ready to start hootin'!!!
If the devil sprang forth in the backwoods of Tennessee, upturned a still, and set himself on fire, it might sound something like this.

Pushin' Rope’s debut album breaks stereotypes and raises expectations with each song. Who knew an acoustic five-piece could evoke such categories as punk and hillbilly at the same time? A thumping rhythm section provides a driving foundation for not only a tight, crisp, and pumping lead guitar but equally strong violin and banjo parts as well. And when’s the last time you thought either of those instruments could rock out? Well, here’s your answer. Throw in some "O Brother Where Art Thou"-stlyed vocals that range from plaintive to threatening, and you’ve got a sound that isn’t matched anywhere. The tracks consistently grab your attention while pulling you along for a helluva fun ride without ever becoming hackneyed or self-indulgent. Personal favorites include Up All Night, Little Vicky, Reign In Hell, and Evil Little Woman. If I had to sum up the experience in one term, I’d have to borrow it from my grandfather: honky-tonkin’! And honky-tonkin’ at its finest when you go see 'em live!

If you can’t smell the moonshine, you ain’t playing it loud enough!