Monday, September 26, 2011

Them Damned Young Livers, 'Suppawhadee Phuckham'

Posted By on Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 9:56 AM

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  • art by Mark Lombard, color by Rob Nix

When we saw that punkabilly roughnecks Them Damned Young Livers had completed recording on their third album, Live at Jody's Ramblin' Rose Rodeo Roadhouse, we knew we had to get a listen. The LP is the band's first release on their new label, Little Class Records, and features guest appearances from the Last Call Girls' Dana Catlet on fiddle, as well as Billy Beale on lap steel.

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  • art by Mark Lombard, color by Brady Ritter
Frontman Jody Hendrix was kind enough to give us an unmastered advance peek at the album track "Suppawhadee Phuckham," which Hendrix describes as "a little country ditty about everyone's favorite Filipino prostitute." Appropriate for an album about a fictitious establishment owned by Hendrix "where there are no rules, rooms for rent by the hour, dollar shots, dollar beers, midget basketball, alligator wrasslin, water slides and BBQ."

Live at Jody's will be available at the band's release party for the album, Saturday, October 29, at the Riot Room. Also on the bill will be Crybaby Ranch, Fall Down Drunks, Blue Boot Heelers, and the Uncouth. It's $10 at the door, but if you're in costume, it drops to $7.

Listen to ""Suppawhadee Phuckham."

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