Rusty Chainsaw | Crazy World of Rusty Chainsaw

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Crazy World of Rusty Chainsaw

by Rusty Chainsaw

Early style Rockabilly plus surf hot rod instrumentals
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Boppin' with Bigfoot
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2. Losin' Control
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3. Stange
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4. Terrifyin'
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5. Sasquatch Secret
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6. I saw the Face of Jesus in my Raisin Bran
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7. Long legged redhead
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8. If you Love me Would you Please Go Away
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9. Ball Lightnin'
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10. What Kind of Fool are You?
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11. Naked Women on My TV
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12. Skateboard to Sirius
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13. How Can You Not be Crazy about Me?
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14. UFOs Over Dealy Plaza
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15. Guitar Playin' Woman
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16. Main Street Mainiac
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17. Skinny Dippin' Boogie
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18. Somebody Else Drunk
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19. Sex Crazy Chicks
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20. One Night
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is early style Rockabilly with crazy lyrics and some surf/hotrod/sci-fi instros with Joe Meek style sound effects (including "authentic" flying saucer sounds and Bigfoot cries!)

Original Cool Magazine said "Whether he's playing twangy and fast, low-down and grungy, or spacey and cool, Rusty delivers - he's crazy, talented, and definitely worth checking out."

Blue Suede News Magazine said "Rusty's tunes are good and he's a good guitar player - I like this kind of stuff!"

Relix magazine said "Chainsaw's a solid guitar player and a promising songwriter!"

Call this Psychosurfgarageabilly! 20 Original Tunes!


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Vinny Hains

Ummm....Did Bigfoot do the packaging too?
Look, man, I dig the DYI ethic as much as the next guy. I don't mind the lo-fi recorded in the bedroom vibe here, and Rusty obviously digs authentic rockabilly and has some kool licks of his own.I don't even really mind that this is a CD-R. There is a kool Link Wray vibe on some of the instrumentals, and how can ya not love a bunch of witty songs about Sasquatch and Aliens?
I was really disappointed in the shoddy packaging, though. A crudely cut photocopy glued to a cardboard slipcase with Sharpie marks all over everything kinda ruins the thing for me to an extent. I know it's about the MUSIC, and I dig most of this stuff( at least the tunes WITHOUT that friggin' drum machine), but decent packaging-even of the homegrown variety-certainly would add some to the Rusty Chainsaw experience.

Bob Debruyn - Tacoma, Washington

Rusty Chainsaw is the Chuck Berry of the 21st century.
Rusty is a master with lyrics and has an original sound.

Gary Ray Lesley

Dichotomously earthy and spacey, Rusty's compelling tunes split my melodious ato
With an obviously good-natured tongue-in-cheek attitude, Rusty Chainsaw gleefully rips through a delightful, toe-tapping line-up of Boppin' With Bigfoot through seeing Jesus's face in his breakfast cereal and and then takes a more serious turn with Guitar Playin' Woman and One Night--although even these are done with a sort of soulful wit.
Rusty's skillful guitar work is seemingly his harmonious muse, and maybe the listener's as well. I found myself uplifted from serious depression, and quickly putting his CD in repeat play mode. Afterwards, I became depressed again, however, when I realized I'd have to wait awhile for another new album release.