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On Garage, Cross Canadian Ragweed's follow up to 2004's Soul Gravy (which debuted at #5 on Billboard's Country Album Chart), the bad boys from Stillwater, OK serve up their signature straight-up blend of Country and Southern rock n' roll. Whether celebrating their non-stop touring lifestyle on 'Late Last Night', or paying heartfelt tribute to recently murdered guitar hero 'Dimebag' Darryl Abbot on 'Dimebag', the bands songs dig deeper and hit harder than ever. Universal. 2005.

1. Fightin' For
2. After All
3. Dimebag
4. Breakdown
5. Sister
6. When It All Goes Down
7. Final Curtain
8. Late Last Night
9. Blues for You
10. SS #10
11. Lighthouse Keeper
12. This Time Around
13. Who Do You Love
14. Bad Habit

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 4, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal South
  • ASIN: B000ASDGAS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,137 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Really good music for anyone who cares about really good music.
J. Sweeney
It must be a REDNECK thing the way us OKIES like to mix our ROCK and COUNTRY up!
Okie Crowe
Very listenable, and not a bad track on the album, but not amazing.
Daniel E. Westover

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DanD VINE VOICE on October 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Distorted electric guitars, blistering vocals, sizzling harmonicas...and acoustic ballads. Such is Cross Canadian Ragweed. Grady Cross, Cody Canada, Randy Ragsdale, and Jeremy Plato are four of the best musicians on the scene today, and have proved it with each consecutive album. They're also unique in the fact that they have gone mainstream without losing their underground edge; the only difference between this record and their first is the bigger budget and better production.

Certainly, Canada's songwriting is as virulent as ever. He definitely knows how to turn a phrase ("You may have won this battle baby, don't mean I won't win the war/And you, you don't even know what it is that you're fightin' for"). The rhythm section backs him up flawlessly, as always, creating a driving, rocking, bluesy beat set to truly country lyrics ("I used to get stoned on my sister's record collection/Gold and platinum on vinyl was the closest thing to perfection"). Guest songwriters include such alternative notables as Wade Bowen, producer Mike McClure, Todd Snider, Scott Copeland, and Randy Rogers...yet every song feels crafted by the band, even the two cover tunes.

GARAGE is yet another stellar album by alternative band Cross Canadian Ragweed. Having gained mainstream recognition (if not success) thanks to CMT (hit videos, plus their last album, SOUL GRAVY, debuted in the Top Ten on the charts), the Ragweed boys have not forgotten where they came from. Without compromising on their sound, they have crafted an album that will appeal to mainstream AND underground listeners. No radio hits--of course not--but simply good music. Call it rock, call it country--or just call it Cross Canadian Ragweed.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By V. C. Frock on April 28, 2009
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Why isn't this group more famous? This CD is excellent! CCR is classified as Alt Country, but their sound is a combination of blues, country and rock. My favorite track is "Blues for You", which is the song that got me interested in them. There is not a bad song on the CD. There are ballads and there are songs that really rock. I am so glad I discovered this band.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David D. Baker on July 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Hey i'm in Chicago; i just caught up with them at Joes on Weed ! To bad most people will never hear or see them because of corp crap ; but this CD (Garage) rocks ..... i'm not a fan of country music but if its only smells like Country but tastes like Rock i'm into it ...... Check out the samples and your be hooked !!! God bless the boys !!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Russell P. Kidd on May 15, 2006
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This is my third CCR album/CD. Started with "Live at Billy Bobs" (or whatever) and I was hooked. "Soul Gravy" had its moments (cuts) but this "Garage" CD is more consistent in its output for my tastes.

However, it took a few listening sessions to totally get the feel for it and into my head. It seems to get better each time I listen to it.

CCR is definitely a hard band to tag. There's rock, there's country, then add some blues and a throw back or two to bands I used to listen to "way back when".

Cody's lead guitar work is always a pleasure to listen to. Today's music, period, just doesn't match up to his crisp, edgey guitar playing. His guitar "hooks" are many and stay with you well past after turning the CD player off such as with Track #2. In addition, check out his guitar work on the closing moments of Track #11 on "Garage". His jammimg lasts darn near two minutes as the song winds down. Seems like every studio album contains a long jam someplace on the album in either a bridge between lyrics or at the end of the song.

If you are a guitar fan and grew up on rock music (whether it was Skynard's 3 guitars, Allman Bros. Eagles or whatever), I say take time to check this CD out.

I just wish more of today's rock or country sounded like this! I just don't like much of what is being marketed nowadays...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Larry Davis on October 5, 2005
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Forget Garbageman and Thom's reviews...they have issues with this band. I LOVE them...THIS CCR just keeps ketting better and better with each release they put out.

"Been on the phone all day??? Time to make a ROCK record." That's what Cody says during the "blooper" track at the end of "Garage", and this just proves where they stand. It's just mysterious to me why the hell they are promoted on country radio and CMT...when they'd be better off on the road with similarly minded sloppy southern alt-country rockers like the Drive-By Truckers as well as punky, stoney, alt-rock bands like Queens of the Stone Age and Trail of Dead.

NOT crappy mainstream country people like Tim McGraw!!!!!

Their mindset is more the southern, smalltown frathouse kind, so frat kids attend their gigs regularly, and that's cool...no wonder people like Garbageman and Thom can't stand CCR...they don't GET this type of music!!! Like mainstream country is better??? Yeah right!!!!

I think Cody's songwriting is better than ever, their 2 covers here are fitting (Todd Snider and Bo Diddly??? Very cool.), and the production is full-bodied but raw and still retaining the band's collective balls...no watering down CCR's sound for the sake of radio, which would give CCR the cold shoulder anyway, so they stay true to who they are.

NOW, I have to see CCR live, when they do club shows in NYC!!! Cuz "Garage" kicks serious ass!!!
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