Those Poor Bastards | Satan Is Watching (Vinyl Lp)

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Satan Is Watching (Vinyl Lp)

by Those Poor Bastards

Those Poor Bastards return to their goth country roots with their fourth full length album Satan is Watching. Features a duet with Hank III on Swallowed By Sin, and a soul sickening cover of Mr. Johnny Cash's "I Walk the Line."
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. This World is Evil
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3:20 album only
2. Crooked Man
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3:18 album only
3. Doggone
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1:23 album only
4. Ain't You Gonna Cry?
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2:44 album only
5. Swallowed By Sin
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3:40 album only
6. I Will Bring You Dead Flowers
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1:29 album only
7. I Walk the Line
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2:44 album only
8. Hoist That Skirt
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2:08 album only
9. Fear
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2:33 album only
10. These Are Hard Times
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1:50 album only
11. The Bright Side
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2:40 album only
12. No One
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4:52 album only
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After releasing the experimental album The Plague, Those Poor Bastards return to their goth country roots with Satan is Watching. Features fan favorites Crooked Man and The Bright Side, a duet with Hank III on Swallowed By Sin, and a disgusting cover of Mr. Johnny Cash's I Walk the Line.


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