|1. Truckload of art|
|2. Duty Free|
|3. Up Against The Wall Redneck Mothers|
|4. Sinaloa Cowboys|
|5. Family Tradition|
|6. The Bottle Let Me Down|
|7. Reasons To Quit|
|8. Buenas Noches From A Lonely Room|
|9. Ainít Gonna Suck Itself|
|10. Ironic Mullet (video)|
I'm a little confused because aside from the title, this album is no more "country" than anything else Cracker has produced. True, they cover and twist the lyrics around on a couple of country classics like "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mothers" and "Family Tradition," but the Countrysides renditions don't sound anymore country than say "Sweet Thistle Pie" or "Dixie Babylon" off the Golden Age album.
Buy this album because Cracker is a fantastic, underrated band that more people should enjoy. Just don't expect Hank Williams Jr. to look down with approval when you hit play.
Nevertheless, while Cracker is being seriously ironic, the music still kicks ass. Especially after four or five drinks. The only reason they don't get five stars for this disk is that they don't have "Okie From Muskogee" on the CD itself, only on the video, and then only part of it. Sorry, guys. It takes "Okie From Muskogee" to get five stars. "Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down" and "Up Against The Wall Redneck Mothers" is only worth four stars.
But I loved "It Ain't Gonna Suck Itself" which is probably worth an extra 1/2 star, so we'll give you 4-1/2.
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