Various – Hillbillies In Hell - Country Music's Tormented Testament (1952-1974) Volume 8
|A1||–The Lumberjack With The Northwood Singers||Hell Bound Train||2:52|
|A2||–Porter Wagoner||The Rubber Room||2:42|
|A3||–Johnny Paycheck||(Pardon Me) I've Got Someone To Kill||2:56|
|A5||–Johnny Williams (10) And The Jokers (12)||Long Black Veil||2:58|
|A6||–Sterling Blythe||You Picked Up A Stranger||3:18|
|A7||–Wayne Raney||We Need A Whole Lot More Of Jesus (And A Lot Less Rock And Roll)||2:16|
|A8||–Dallas Stamper And His Rhythmettes*||I Am||1:24|
|B1||–Johnny Paycheck||The Cave||3:32|
|B2||–Pete Drake||The Spook||2:16|
|B3||–Sanford Clark||Still As The Night||2:46|
|B4||–Johnny Bond||Let Me Go, Devil!||2:30|
|B5||–Red Hayes||A Satisfied Mind||2:50|
|B6||–Eddie Noack||Six Feet Down||1:32|
|B7||–Swanee River Boys*||Sin Is What's The Matter||2:32|
|B8||–Sunshine Boys Quartet*||Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb||2:38|
- Pressed By – Pirates Press
Limited to 666 copies in three different, randomly inserted colors. 222 on ‘Beelzebub Yellow/Red’ splatter.
…Into the death-grip of madness, murder and mayhem. This Hell-damned collection of weathered Nashville legends and battered backwoods-poets features tales of Craven Lusts, post-Apocalyptic Visions and Atomic Redemptions, Gospel Exultations and bottomless Sinful Degradations. Often originally waxed in marginal labels and distributed in disheartening amounts, these Trouble Troubadours sing of scalding Hellfire Fames, tortured Ghostly Apparitions and tearful Howling Bedlam.
Years in the making – 'Hillbillies In Hell' (Volume 8) presents 16 timeless tribulations - Luciferian trysts, Satanic temptations, grisly Truck-Stop homicides and harrowing Barroom executions.
A demonic stash of subterranean 45s - some of these sides are impossibly rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your primal listening pleasure.
WITNESS Eddie Noack's homicidal delirium in DOLORES!
HEAR Johnny Bond's tormented battle in LET ME GO, DEVIL!
SEE The Lumberjack board the HELL BOUND TRAIN!
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- Pressing Plant ID (Stamped in runout): Pirates Press
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