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  • Audio CD (21 Jun. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B00005V8PI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 81,353 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Follow-up to his successful "Risin Outlaw" album which sold over 130,000 units. Hank III Lovesick, Broke &... Drifitn.'

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I first came across Hank Williams 111 on BBC 2's History of Country Music and the little I heard convinced me I needed to hear more. I was not disappointed. This what I call a "real" country album, all the tracks are good with a real raw honky tonk acoustic sound. There is more than a passing resemblance to his grandfather in the way he delivers his songs. All the ingredients of good country music are here; stomping beat and wailing steel guitars with lyrics full of pathos and humour in equal measure. "Trashville" reveals what he thinks of the established country music scene and will not endear him to Nashville but this no bad thing. He also performs an interesting version of Bruce Sprinsteen's "Atlantic City". It's hard to pick out favourites but I think for me they are "7 months,39 Days" and "Mississippi Mud". Overall if you enjoy Hank Williams Snr this album is well worth a listen because I think it is probably how the great man would have sounded today.
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This is what I call traditional country music, which ain't a bad thing. All the songs have a strong resemblance to Hank Williams senior both musically and lyrically, Hank 3 also uses his Grandaddy's Southern drawl styled howl. Ain't a bad song on the album, also covers Bruce Springsteens 'Atlantic city' and improves on the original in my eyes and that was,nt an easy thing to do.
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My first Hank Williams III album and I must say, I rather liked it.
HW3's voice is very much like his Grandfather's voice and I found the album grew on me.
I like Hank Snr and Hank Junior and I think Hank III improves this already great country music dynasty.

Well worth a listen if you've never heard Hank Williams III before.
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I first heard this album from my brother since then my life has changed for good. this was the best music that I heard in years. When everthing that was coming out of the raido was the same. any way I think personaly that he is one of the best musicans since his graddad. If you have a chance to see him live, accoriding to my brother you should do it.
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Utter conviction and brilliant musicianship. How often do you need a quality stereo to listen to country music? Not often. But for this one, you will be rewarded.

Hank III has a strong voice. I'm not an expert on his grandfather, but have heard plenty & there is a strong echo. Honest lyrics, sometimes clumsy but never wrong. backed up by beautiful instrumentals.

Bocephus was the bridge!
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This is my first Hank III record and I have to agree with the other reviewers that his grandfather would be proud of him for telling it like it is as the album title implies. These songs are a real antidote to some of the overproduced country records that are around now. There is real emotion in the lyrics and the performances of the songs allow this to come through. The music is very well recorded and the use of traditional instruments gives a beautiful authentic sound except for Billy Gibbons on "Trashville" with his distinctive electric groove. My favourite tracks are, "Cecil Brown, Whiskey,Weed and Women, Calling Your Name and Atlantic City". An excellent album of heartfelt songs.
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