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Hank III returns with his highly anticipated album, Damn Right, Rebel Proud.

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  • Audio CD (October 21, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Curb Records
  • ASIN: B001BR4YYE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,774 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By K. T. Schultz on October 21, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Hank III's highly anticipated new album "Damn Right, Rebel Proud" hit stores today and was well worth the wait. The album tightly packs classic country, rock, punk and metal into a mix that III is famed for (fondly called "hellbilly" by the fans.) The band lineup includes Joe Buck on stand up bass, Andy Gibson on stand up steel, Shawn McWilliams on drums and many other greats including some sic guitar pickin' from Johnny Hiland! We also hear some of the most ingenious and inspired III lyrics ever written.
The tracks are authentic, righteous and smoldering. Some songs are classic and upbeat enough for stepdancing. Also included are a few ballads so sweetly raw they darn near break your heart. III has surely inherited his granddads fervency.
Rather he has fought to maintain his own strength of character through years of battling an industry that would cream to have him sell out. III has remained humble and principled regardless of his potential for huge commercial success. God bless him.
The real blessing in his righteousness is III's persistence to write songs without the shackles of censorship. All his previous albums have been lyrically candid and musically pure. With each consecutive album, III further develops his original sound. Yet no track is over-mixed. No murky layers of effects for this purist. The quality remains clean as spring water.
With each album, III's lyrics become more personal and frankly telling. Yet "Damn Right, Rebel Proud" has more complexity and variety than his previous major releases. The songs are brutally honest ...whether autobiographical or otherwise. (After hearin out Joe the Plumber, McCain and Obama should get a load of the song "Workin' Man" in which III collaborated with Bob Wayne.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dave S. on November 23, 2008
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Some great Rebel country...if you like Rebel country. I loved III's other discs, but this one's sounding a little long in the tooth. You can only hear so many songs about Shelton "getting stoned", "doin' the best that (he) can" and "living off the land"....and then it begins to get a little boring. I really love his stuff, but this album just isn't doing it for me.

If you want some GREAT III music, get Straight to Hell. Very diverse, and some AWESOME traditional country on disc 2. You won't regret your purchase.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel McCollum on October 23, 2008
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I purchased the vinyl edition of this album the day it came out, keeping up with my own long tradition of buying each Hank III album the first day I can. I spent the rest of the day walking around with a big grin on my face, knowing that I was about to descend into the work of someone who is one of the most innovative artists of our generation; not only in country, but in music in general. Upon popping the album into my computer to give it a listen, I knew that my faith in Hank III had not been misplaced. Shelton Hank Williams had done it again.
What is most surprising about DTRP is how much Hank has begun to play around with his sound. Although the album contains strains of the ramped up country we saw in Straight to Hell, many of the songs on this album slower than what many of us would have expected; amazingly, he accomplishes this without toning down the darkness and the fun which have always exemplified Hank III to many of his fans. In this album we are given some bona-fide tear jerkers, such as the amazing "Candidate for Suicide" and "Stoned & Alone", the moody "Three Shades of Black" (one of my favorite tracks, as a matter of fact) and some populist anthems reminicent of the works of such Country music masters as Merle Haggard, Johnny Paycheck and Johnny Cash, "Working Man" and "If You Can't Help Your Own".
For those of you are reading this review and are scared that Hank had his teeth pulled in this album, fear not. DS&RP contains such rebellious, sped up country such as "The Grand Ole Opry (Ain't So Grand) which takes a well justified stab at that great institution of Country Music, the Opry. Those of us old time fans will also be happy to see "6 Pack of Beer" finally pressed for a wide audience (the banjo picking is something to be heard!).
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J.D. Redneck on December 14, 2008
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I'd a-givin' 2.5 stars but they wouldn't let me. There's been a few honest reviews by fans without their blinders on who said this record sounds like rushed outtakes and B-sides of Straight to Hell and I whole- heartedly agree. This is Shelton just ridin' a wave, let's call it Straight to Hell pt.2.

Is it worth buying, YES! It it his greatest work, not even close. The screaming behind III's voice might work live, but on wax it just plain sucks, that dude is annoying! It sounds like some of it is recorded crappy on purpose, unlike Straight to Hell which sounds like it was recorded crappy cuz that's the best they could do. If I wanna hear a band with a good GG/punk/hellbilly vibe I'll go listen to AntiSeen. I listen to III fer some good ol' fashioned country music.

He needs to go with his original plan which was to dedicate one record to country and one to hellbilly. They just don't mix well on one record. In my opinion he peaked on Lovesick, Broke & Driftin' and has been coastin' ever since...not that that's a bad thing, I just have high expectations from such a talented M.F.-er!
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hank 3 is the only REAL Kuntry singer period...
JOHN,
I couldn't agree more about Hank 3...although there are a couple artists/bands I've heard lately as far as keepin it real...some I've learned of thru Hank III. Have ya listened to 'Bob Wayne & The Outlaw Carnies'?
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More than likely it's the edited version. Blech!
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