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Believe

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Download links and information about Believe by Legendary Shack * Shakers, Th'. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Rockabilly, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 35:01 minutes.

Artist: Legendary Shack * Shakers, Th'
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Rockabilly, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 35:01
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Agony Wagon 2:56
2. Creek Cats 3:20
3. Where's the Devil... When You Need Him? 2:58
4. Piss and Vinegar 2:46
5. County of Graves 3:44
6. All My Life to Kill 3:03
7. Cussin' In Tongues 2:44
8. Help Me 3:46
9. Bible Cyst 2:54
10. The Pony to Bet On 3:28
11. Fistwhistle Boogie 2:22
12. Misery Train 1:00

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Fittingly, Believe begins with a train whistle blast and then proceeds to pick up steam, threatening to jump its rails at every bend. Opening with “Agony Wagon,” with its sharp Bayou-by-way-of-the-Balkans violin and accordion, the album proves more varied musically than their debut release,  Cockadoodledon’t, but every bit as energetic and wild. This rollicking, razor-sharp band delivers real-deal rockabilly rave-ups packed with swampy harmonica and scorching, heavy-reverb guitar that lends the sound a sinister edge. Lead singer, harmonica player, and self-proclaimed “jumpin’ jimdandy” Colonel J.D. Wilkes proclaims in “Bible Cyst” that when he dies he wants to "come back as a poltergeist." And true to this vision, he often runs his voice through a range of distortion and echo effects that make him sound like some kind of a demon. This is supercharged music made for a greasy hillbilly dive, with repeated references to sin and temptation, renegade Pentecostal preachers, and the relative merits of salvation versus the unrelenting pursuit of the backwoods boogie.