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Up The Dosage

Nashville Pussy

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Album

Up The Dosage

Nashville Pussy

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Label: Steamhammer
Once considered cowpunks or psychobillies, this coed Georgia-not-Tennessee boogie band now records for a metal label and plays metal festivals; riffs come from Kiss, Alice Cooper and AC/DC. In the 49-second "Taking It Easy," Plasmatics-inspired guitarist Ruyter Suys yells, "You rock it all over like a heavy metal beast." That's her only vocal turn -- too bad, since she out-shouts fellow-guitaring husband Blaine Cartwright, who nonetheless provides many a white-trash corndog cartoon about pills, moonshine, meth, coke and Caucasian people. Best song title: "The South's Too Fat to Rise Again."

About This Album

Once considered cowpunks or psychobillies, this coed Georgia-not-Tennessee boogie band now records for a metal label and plays metal festivals; riffs come from Kiss, Alice Cooper and AC/DC. In the 49-second "Taking It Easy," Plasmatics-inspired guitarist Ruyter Suys yells, "You rock it all over like a heavy metal beast." That's her only vocal turn -- too bad, since she out-shouts fellow-guitaring husband Blaine Cartwright, who nonetheless provides many a white-trash corndog cartoon about pills, moonshine, meth, coke and Caucasian people. Best song title: "The South's Too Fat to Rise Again."

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About This Album

Once considered cowpunks or psychobillies, this coed Georgia-not-Tennessee boogie band now records for a metal label and plays metal festivals; riffs come from Kiss, Alice Cooper and AC/DC. In the 49-second "Taking It Easy," Plasmatics-inspired guitarist Ruyter Suys yells, "You rock it all over like a heavy metal beast." That's her only vocal turn -- too bad, since she out-shouts fellow-guitaring husband Blaine Cartwright, who nonetheless provides many a white-trash corndog cartoon about pills, moonshine, meth, coke and Caucasian people. Best song title: "The South's Too Fat to Rise Again."