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Sub Pop is excitedly, finally repressing vinyl versions of three scorching '90s psychobilly classics by Reverend Horton Heat. All three have been out of print on vinyl since the mid-'90s, with original pressings going for considerable amounts at the ol' junk shop. The band's 1990 debut, Smoke 'em If You Got 'em, made quite the first impression with frantic stand-up bass, fiery guitar playing, and the Rev's wild howls stirring up a volatile cocktail of '50s rockabilly, punk energy, and sly humor. AllMusic said of the album "it's all sleaze, it's all wrong, and it's all so very, very right," while, on encountering the hit single "Psychobilly Freakout" Beavis and Butthead raved "This dude is weird!" "Yeah, yeah, he's like... our kind of people."
Sub Pop is excitedly, finally repressing vinyl versions of three scorching '90s psychobilly classics by Reverend Horton Heat. All three have been out of print on vinyl since the mid-'90s, with original pressings going for considerable amounts at the ol' junk shop. The band's 1990 debut, Smoke 'em If You Got 'em, made quite the first impression with frantic stand-up bass, fiery guitar playing, and the Rev's wild howls stirring up a volatile cocktail of '50s rockabilly, punk energy, and sly humor. AllMusic said of the album "it's all sleaze, it's all wrong, and it's all so very, very right," while, on encountering the hit single "Psychobilly Freakout" Beavis and Butthead raved "This dude is weird!" "Yeah, yeah, he's like... our kind of people."
098787009606

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SUB POP
Rel. Date: 09/09/2022
UPC: 098787009606

Smoke 'em If You Got 'em [Clear LP]
Artist: Reverend Horton Heat
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 2- 3 days $24.98
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Sub Pop is excitedly, finally repressing vinyl versions of three scorching '90s psychobilly classics by Reverend Horton Heat. All three have been out of print on vinyl since the mid-'90s, with original pressings going for considerable amounts at the ol' junk shop. The band's 1990 debut, Smoke 'em If You Got 'em, made quite the first impression with frantic stand-up bass, fiery guitar playing, and the Rev's wild howls stirring up a volatile cocktail of '50s rockabilly, punk energy, and sly humor. AllMusic said of the album "it's all sleaze, it's all wrong, and it's all so very, very right," while, on encountering the hit single "Psychobilly Freakout" Beavis and Butthead raved "This dude is weird!" "Yeah, yeah, he's like... our kind of people."
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