Search Results for:

REVEREND HORTON HEAT

Reverend Horton Heat

Liquor In The Front - 2022 Reissue

    1994’s ‘Liquor In The Front’ gets even more aggressive than it's predecessor - heavy, even - sonically, with production by Ministry’s Al Jourgensen and the high-velocity opening pairing of the high-velocity instrumental ‘Big Sky’ and the blistering lament ‘Baddest Of The Bad’. The highest selling of the Rev’s first three albums, ‘Liquor In The Front’ was originally co-released with Interscope Records, with the album hitting #18 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and the single ‘One Time For Me’ hitting #40 on the Modern Rock chart. In the words of AllMusic, “for sheer crank, nothing in his catalog can touch it.”

    TRACK LISTING

    Big Sky
    Baddest Of The Bad
    One Time For Me
    Five-O-Ford
    In Your Wildest Dreams
    Yeah, Right
    Cruisin’ For A Bruisin
    I Could Get Used To It
    Liquor, Beer & Wine
    I Can’t Surf
    Jezebel
    Rockin’ Dog
    The Entertainer

    Reverend Horton Heat

    Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em - 2022 Reissue

      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 humour. 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.”

      TRACK LISTING

      Bullet
      I’m Mad
      Bad Reputation
      It’s A Dark Day
      Big Dwarf Rodeo
      Psychobilly Freakout
      Put It To Me Straight
      Marijuana
      Baby, You Know Who
      Ear Steak
      “D” For Dangerous
      Love Whip

      Reverend Horton Heat

      The Full Custom Gospel Sounds Of - 2022 Reissue

        1993’s ‘The Full Custom Gospel Sounds Of’ stepped things up a bit from it's predecessor with fuller production by fellow Texan Gibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers. In addition to the hilarious ‘Bales of Cocaine’, the album features the furious ‘400 Bucks’, the atmospheric creeper ‘The Devil’s Chasing Me’ and ‘Wiggle Stick’. On seeing the video for the latter, Beavis declared, accurately, “Yes! This guy RULES!” while Butthead agreed, “Yeah… this guy ROCKS! ROCKS!!”

        TRACK LISTING

        Wiggle Stick
        400 Bucks
        The Devil’s Chasing Me
        Living On The Edge (Of Houston)
        You Can’t Gey Away From Me
        Beer:30
        Big Little Baby
        Lonesome Train Whistle
        Bales Of Cocaine
        Loaded Gun
        Nurture My Pig
        Gin & Tonic Blues


        Latest Pre-Sales

        65 NEW ITEMS

        Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for coming. 🎉 https://t.co/xOz7mhSyKN
        Sat 3rd - 11:57
        Big love Jay. Thanks for coming down. 👍 https://t.co/xSoP2eRH0u
        Sat 3rd - 11:54
        Soundcheck is still going on. So we’re a little late opening. Sorry about that. https://t.co/FxjhwzUuV3
        Fri 2nd - 7:14
        STAGE TIMES for our SOLD OUT End Of Year Review party across the road @nightanddaycafe tonight! DOORS 7PM KICKIN’… https://t.co/Q1Rj1J0l1i
        Fri 2nd - 6:14
        New banners up today to celebrate our winners 🏆 Album of the year @michaelheadtreb ‘Dear Scott’ via @ModernSkyUKhttps://t.co/tExdGyhkR6
        Fri 2nd - 3:24
        E-newsletter —
        Sign up
        Back to top