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Nashville Pussy: From Hell to Texas (Bonus CD)
Nashville Pussy - From Hell to Texas with Live and Loud in Europe Review

Nashville Pussy: From Hell to Texas (with Bonus CD Live and Loud in Europe)

Hard Rock
3.5/5.0

Label SPV/Steamhammer revisits Nashville Pussy's 2009 release From Hell to Texas, reissuing it with a second bonus CD, Live and Loud in Europe. Little more needs to be said of the studio album. If you're a fan of the band and party hard rock in general, you probably know its pretty good and also have a copy.

Nashville Pussy Band Photo

Above, Nashville Pussy: from Atlanta to rocking live and loud in Europe.

Therefore, we'll speak only to the bonus CD, a special live set from Nashville Pussy's 2011 European jaunt. First, you should know that this live set is a compilation of 16 tracks pieced together from at least seven different venues. It makes for a bit choppy listening experience. Nevertheless, these songs and their order is consistent with the set lists of the tour. Essentially, what you have here is Nashville Pussy delivering a cohesive set of their hard rock raunch and roll. At the start, and sometimes later, in the set, the band's enthusiasm seemed a bit stunted, the playing just strong enough to get through each song. Also, more often than not, vocalist Blaine Cartwright sounds more raw and raspy than normal, even tired, as if he's been on the tour trail several months too long. Even the peppering of profanity didn't really enliven the performance.

Nevertheless, Nashville Pussy's Live and Loud in Europe will give you a least an audio glimmer of their down and dirty, whiskey and whoop-ass, hard rock.




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Nashville Pussy's Live and Loud in Europe will give you a least an audio glimmer of their down and dirty, whiskey and whoop-ass, hard rock.

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