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Nashville Pussy: From Hell To Texas

Nashville Pussy: From Hell To Texas

Party Rock
Rating: 3.75/5.0

If you're familiar with Atlanta's Nashville Pussy it should come as no surprise that their new CD 'From Hell To Texas' is another high-energy party rock extravaganza filled with strong Southern rock influences and attitude. If you're new to the band, try to imagine Alice Cooper hooking up with Ted Nugent to sing about drinking and drugs. If you can make that connection, you're there.

Don't expect any mind-numbing guitar playing or ten minute epics on 'From Hell To Texas.' Nashville Pussy are capable musicians but that isn't what this band is all about. Song titles like 'Drunk Driving Man,' 'I'm So High,' 'Dead Men Can't Get Drunk,' and 'Give Me A Hit Before I Go,' among others, pretty much tell you where these guys, and girls, are coming from - having fun and living fast and care-free - rock 'n' roll's most primal instincts. They also manage to work some pretty clever lyrics into their party themes. The chorus in 'I'm So High,' which starts "I'm so high - I gotta look down to see the sky," is one example.

It's probably not something I'd listen to in the regular rotation, but to me "From Hell To Texas' is great background music to any kegger, working on your car, or anything else where a few guys get together to drink beer, and listen to rock 'n' roll. If you're a fan of the classics like AC/DC, Ted Nugent, and Molly Hatchet to name a few, or even if you're into newer stuff such as Tankard, Gun Barrel, or maybe even Southern Gentlemen, you need to check out Nashville Pussy if you haven't already.

In Short

It's probably not something I'd listen to in the regular rotation, but to me "From Hell To Texas' is great background music to any kegger, working on your car, or anything else where a few guys get together to drink beer, and listen to rock 'n' roll.

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