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Hot Rods to Hell

by The Boss Tweeds

Retro-rockabilly roots become something new, fresh, exciting and—best of all—modern!
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Hot Rods to Hell
3:15 album only
2. She Creature
3:30 album only
3. Big Doll House
3:44 album only
4. Your True Love
2:47 album only
5. Mars Needs Women!
4:12 album only
6. Arkansas Best Freight Company
3:41 album only
7. Shake, Rattle, And Rock
2:51 album only
8. Diddley Daddy
3:07 album only
9. Secret Agent Fireball
3:15 album only
10. Drag Strip Girl
3:29 album only
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Album Notes
Rockabilly has been conjured up in secret meetings in the backwoods of Mountainburg, Arkansas. From those séances, three men have channeled the ghostly spirits of Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, and even that guy from Tupelo. From those meetings, they were instructed to call themselves The Boss Tweeds.
Decrying the bastardization of the genre known as “psychobilly,” The Boss Tweeds got into a magic mobile home and time traveled to 1957 to escape. (Or maybe it was 1961. They don’t even know for sure.) Stuck with them are the sweet sounds of Joe Hamilton’s slap-back guitar solos and sincere vocals worthy of an Alan Freed extravaganza. His backing crew, brothers Jody and Brad Birchfield (drums and bass respectively), provide vocal harmonies, even taking the spotlight a time or two.
For those expecting another “good time oldies” band—the kind you see at rental store grand openings—you will be sorely disappointed. However, if you want to experience music just as it sounded on late-night AM radio, but with a modern twist, this is the rock and roll band for you!



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