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Hee Haw Hell
     

Hee Haw Hell

by Dash Rip Rock
 
After making records for over twenty years, Louisiana-based cowpunk renegades Dash Rip Rock have ventured into territory they've never explored before -- they've made a concept album, albeit one suited to their Dixie-fried tastes. 2007's Hee Haw Hell is a 12-song cycle in which a nameless redneck dies in the midst of a wild party

Overview

After making records for over twenty years, Louisiana-based cowpunk renegades Dash Rip Rock have ventured into territory they've never explored before -- they've made a concept album, albeit one suited to their Dixie-fried tastes. 2007's Hee Haw Hell is a 12-song cycle in which a nameless redneck dies in the midst of a wild party (chronicled in "Fall Down, Go Boom") and wanders through Hell's various circles and tributaries, where he encounters sexually crazed women ("MOAF,") an ill-fated Southern rock band ("Southern Rain"), insane preachers obsessed with kinky sex and pork ("Chariots of Hellfire," which features a perfectly cast cameo from Mojo Nixon) and A&R men who took the teeth out of punk rock ("Punk Rock Never Happened"), among other things. While Hee Haw Hell is a little short on a consistent narrative, the album's "hillbillies in Hades" theme permeates everything here, and it suits the band's rowdy attitude quite well. Dash Rip Rock have written a strong batch of songs for this album, which kick hard while bringing the laughs at the right time, and the band (Bill Davis on guitar, Brimstone Broussard on bass and Eric De Padua on drums) is in tight and hard-rocking shape, with plenty of help from the likes of Bill Lloyd, Jello Biafra (whose Alternative Tentacles label brought this out) and members of the Upper Crust and Supagroup. There's an old saying that if you're gonna go to hell, you may as well go for a reason, and Dash Rip Rock's vacation in the Land of Fire and Brimstone has helped them bring back a damned fine album: Hee Haw Hell shows these guys aren't running out of heat anytime soon.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/27/2007
Label:
Alternative Tentacle
UPC:
0721616037227
catalogNumber:
372
Rank:
199679

Tracks

  1. Hee Haw Hell Intro
  2. Hee Haw Hell
  3. Southern Rain Intro
  4. Southern Rain
  5. Moaf Intro
  6. Moaf
  7. Fall Down, Go Boom Intro
  8. Fall Down, Go Boom
  9. Friendly Fire Intro
  10. Friendly Fire
  11. Man of Constant Sorrow Intro
  12. Man of Constant Sorrow
  13. Chariots of Hellfire Intro
  14. Chariots of Hellfire
  15. Glossolalia Is Such a Gas
  16. If You See Kay Intro
  17. If You See Kay
  18. The Part of My Brain Intro
  19. The Part of My Brain
  20. Punk Rock Never Happened Intro
  21. Punk Rock Never Happened
  22. Hee Haw Hell (Reprise) Intro
  23. Hee Haw Hell (Reprise)/Beelzabubba's Last Rant

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dash Rip Rock   Primary Artist
Bill Lloyd   Readings
Jello Biafra   Readings
Mojo Nixon   Readings
Bill Davis   Narrator
Michael Granda   Readings
Steve Poltz   Readings
Brimstone Broussard   Bass,Guitar,Vocals
Lou Brutus   Readings
Marin Dearie   Readings
Eric De Padua   Drums,Vocals
Donkey Davis   Guitar,Vocals
Kirsha Kaechele   Readings
Samantha McKinney   Readings
Maureen Ryan   Vocals
Rich Siegel   Readings
Aimée Toledano   Readings

Technical Credits

Mark Horn   Composer
Vangelis   Composer
Tom Stern   Engineer
Mike Mayeux   Engineer
Steve Poltz   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Lou Brutus   Composer,Writer,Concept
Count Taz   Engineer
Jack Porobil   Collage
Aimée Toledano   Art Direction,Collage
Lou Brutus   Lyricist

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