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Recently, the Reverend Horton Heat, aka Jim Heath, had something along the lines of what he calls an epiphany.

He's a little tired of being taken so seriously-well, maybe not seriously, exactly, but you get the idea-and lately he's noticed that some of his funnier, country-tinged songs were his biggest crowd pleasers. Besides, being entertaining is what this is all about, ... Read more in Amazon's Reverend Horton Heat Store

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  • Audio CD (4 Mar. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000062V00
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 512,569 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Loco gringos like a party
2. Like a rocket
3. Reverend Horton Heat's big blue car
4. Galaxy 500
5. What's reminding me of you
6. Tiny voice of reason
7. Dual at the two o'clock bell
8. Go with your friends
9. Ain't gonna happen
10. Suicide doors
11. Remember me
12. Show pony
13. Sermon on the Jimbo
14. You've got a friend in Jimbo

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Urban Wildman on 19 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Maybe not as raw and wild as some of the Reverend's earlier stuff, but a cracking album with some amazing tracks in their own right.
Opening with a fantastic party track "Loco Gringos Like A Party" and continuing with more tracks on one of the Rev's favourite subjects (CARS) you get some great songs with a thread of Jim Heath's sense of humour twisted into them like "Galaxy 500" and "Like A Rocket" as well as the fantastic "Suicide Doors". Suicide Doors was a good enough song that a friend of mine bought the album JUST for that song and ended up loving the rest too.
Away from the car themed tracks that are a staple of any RHH album, you have the great "Go With Your Friends" and "Remember Me". And you just HAVE to hear the hilarious "Sermon On The Jimbo" and "You've Got A Friend In Jimbo" that complete the album.
If you're buying any RHH album, my advice is to splash out and get 2. Get Lucky 7 and one of the early ones like "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em" to complement it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. A. Murch on 5 Jun. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This has to be about the best darned album the Reverend's done. The opening anthem of 'Loco Gringos Like a Party' (expressing Mexican bemusement at the Gringos' hard-partying antics) sets out the stall and rocks like a good 'un. We are then treated to the joyful barrage of 'Like a Rocket' and 'The Reverend Horton Heat's Big Blue Car', the thunderous 'Galaxy 500' (The only damn thing he got to keep after the divorce...) and the Rockin' 'What's Reminding Me Of You'. The pace lets up briefly for the actually rather touching 'The Tiny Voice of Reason', which I imagine was inspired by Jim Heaths little daughter.. Aahh, bless, and the Sergio Leone-esque 'Duel At The Two O'clock Bell'. Then back into the fray with a bunch more gleeful Rockabilly mayhem ('Go With Your Friends', 'Aint Gonna Happen', 'Suicide Doors', 'Remember Me') and finishing off with some rather fine geetar pickin' ('Show Pony') and the hilarious 'Sermon On The Jimbo'/'You've got a friend in Jimbo'. Masterful musicianship, consistently good songs and loud as hell. A fine combination indeed.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Finally full flavored RHH again! 15 Mar. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you love RHH but thought the last 2 albums were pretty much "Rev lite" then buy this album.It is very much like the first 3 albums, burnin' cranking rockabilly.I wouldn't say this one sounds like Smoke em'....or Full Custom...or Liquor....except in the way it rocks.It is very much a new album but imediately recognizable.Put the disc in and turn the volume way up.The only thing you will need your remote for is to listen to a song,or disc,again or turn it up even more!It is such a relief listening to this album,I thought the Rev was all done.Although there were some good songs on Space heater and Spend a Night in the Box,I think most people felt they seemed to have lost the fire.Before listening to this one I was told by many that"it's like their old stuff".It is like their old stuff,but new.It does NOT sound like they went out to make an album that sounds like classic RHH though it will be a classic!It does not sound "forced".This is a genuine RHH album,just like what we all have been waiting for!Stop reading reviews and BUY IT!!!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I Agree 20 Jun. 2002
By "nope35" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This lp is the essence of The Reverend. As the other reviews have mentioned, Jim Heath has returned to a more aggressive style than his previous two attempts. I, as others, was beginning to think that the years of constant touring were beginning to weigh upon The Rev. and Jimbo, thus the mellowing sound of their recent recordings. After hearing Lucky 7, I've changed my mind. The album reminded me of the early '90s influence of former drummer Taz Bentley and live shows back in Texas as The Rev. jammed while standing atop Jimbo's bass (before it got the flame job). This is certainly The Reverend Horton Heat's best recording since Liqour in the Front. I highly recommend this album and would certainly purchase it before A Night in the Box or Space Heater. Hope this helps.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An excellent album, but not his best. 12 Dec. 2002
By James B. Billmeier - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love RHH, and never miss his live shows when he is in Chicago. This is another great album, with most of the songs about cars or Jimbo. Not as good as "Spend a night in the box," or "Full custom gospel", but much better than "Space Heater." Rave on, Rev!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
That's Rock and Roll!! 13 May 2010
By Stanley Runk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Reverend has always maintained a kind of signature sound throughout his career that always lets you know it's the Reverend you're hearing, but his albums have varied in style over the years. Many consider Lucky 7 to be a comeback of some sorts, but in all honesty I can say that there was nothing to come back from. The Reverend has put out some great albums, some a bit lighter than others, but that in no way means he's slipped a notch.
Lucky 7 will definitely appeal to those who like the high energy of the the early albums. I'd say it is The Reverend's speed metal album, though definitely not in the literal sense. A few of the songs here he really rips, almost to the point where you wanna thrash your head around! But it's pure rock and roll all the way. Though I could do without the Jimbo preaching near the end, I feel this is a real standout album in the Reverend's catalog, and this particular album I would recommend to those who are curious about the more uppity side of his music.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Another winner from the Rev' 28 Feb. 2002
By Stuart Sutton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I somehow missed this band for years, but, thank God I finally caught up with "Spend a Night in the Box" which everyone seemed to agree was their best in years. "Lucky 7" doesn't slow down until you need it to in order to catch your breath and wipe off the sweat. Even then, the songs are essential listening (don't skip ahead or you'll miss some gems- especially "Duel at the Two O'Clock Bell"). The few slow tunes typically found on most of their albums are a real pleasure here and sound like they really had fun. Jim Heath hasn't lost anything in the guitar pyrotechnics and the superb backing of Jimbo Wallace and Scott Churilla gives you more to listen to each time you hear a song. Clearly they spent time on this and have turned out a great CD whether you want to call it rockabilly, psychobilly, ...whatever. If you've liked anything from these guys, you need this one. If you haven't ever heard them catch up NOW! This would be a great introduction to their talent.
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