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Evil Six: Revisited

by The Chop Tops

This is the "Revved-Up Rockabilly" trio - combining Rockabilly, Psychobilly, Punk, Surf, Country, Blues, and more to form their unique sound!
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Sun Down
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2. Let's Ride
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3. Hey Baby
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4. I'm a Rocker
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5. Doin' My Best
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6. Evil Six
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3:24 $0.99
7. Bad One Stomp
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8. Drinkin' My Life Away
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9. American Nightmare
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10. Johnny Law
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11. I Miss You So
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12. Too Many Cats
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13. 13 Months
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This 3rd release from the Revved-Up Rockabilly trio was originally recorded back in 2001 and has now been overhauled and revisited 11 years later! Everything from re-recorded thumping upright bass through bright and full vocals, crisp guitars, and snapping drums shine on this revamped classic. "Evil Six - Revisited" has also been carefully mixed and mastered, something we were unable to produce on the previous original release. In short the album is finally as the band intended and it sounds incredible! A cool note: this titles CD release was Thursday August 16th 2001 where The Chop Tops supported Brian Setzer's " '68 Comeback Special" !! Remember The Chop Tops DO NOT play music to "look cool" (that would be easy)...they play music that IS cool.


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