Southshore Regulators | Hellfire & Brimstone

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Hellfire & Brimstone

by Southshore Regulators

Outlaw Country Rock
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Is Today Tomorrow
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2. Bad Seed
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3. Fast & Free
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4. Jesus & the Devil
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5. R.I.P
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6. Ain't Nothin but Nothin
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7. Head West
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8. Time to Time
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9. Try to Be a Man
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10. Hellfire & Brimstone
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Album Notes
The South Shore Regulators are a country band from Kouts, Indiana consisting of Billy Ray Rogers (Vox/Lead Guitar), Cory Rogers (Drums), Eric Foster (Bass), and Ed Ross (Rhythm Guitar/Vox). The guys mix electric blues with a country feel for a recording that’s easy on the ears. It was this combination that made Hellfire & Brimstone a great album despite not being big country fan myself.
Next I’ll discuss their CD. The 5th track “R.I.P.” reminds me of road trip music. Another track “Try to Be a Man” is by far my favorite song on the album, very melodic. It can relate to every man out there, the troubles of women, and life. Most of the album was recorded at Jerzy Shores Studio located in Valparaiso, IN. “Jesus & the Devil” and “Aint Nothin but Nothin” were recorded at Willowtree Recording located in Kouts. This same facility also mixed and mastered the sessions. The recordings feature a number of back ground vocalist as well, including Jamie McCormick, Doug Lins, and Jodie Hammonds.


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