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  • Audio CD (September 6, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: RED GENERAL CATALOG
  • ASIN: B005BSCP6I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,438 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

As the grandson of Hank Williams and the son of Hank Jr., he was country music royalty before he ever sang a note. Known for his unique rebel-Country attitude, Hank 3 is releasing three records (one of which is a dbl disc Country record) this upcoming September, and the most highly anticipated of those is his upcoming Country record. The press buzz continues regarding Hank in publications like the L.A. Times, Rolling Stone and Salon.com.

Customer Reviews

You will never hear Hank 3 on country radio nor will you see him on VH1 or GAC.
J.P. Stockton
By usual I don't mean all his songs sound the same, I mean as usual he gives us good music reflecting all his influences while keeping the country vibe.
Amanda
Maybe he just needed to get it out of his system, I'm not sure, but it's just not something I can see listening to on a regular basis.
Randy Donahue

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J.P. Stockton on September 17, 2011
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This entire collection reminds me of when Rick Rubin took in Johnny Cash and gave him back his artistic freedom. Magic happens. Due to a recent introduction to Hank 3 through a friend who has been a fan for some time now, I am now a fan as well. I just received my copy of this CD yesterday and all I can say is "Wow." You will never hear Hank 3 on country radio nor will you see him on VH1 or GAC. Ain't gonna happen. Why? There's not a pop morsel on anything this man does. He's the real deal. No sugar coated pop junk here. Just stripped down real country with a unique flavor. Disc 2, "Guttertown" proves my point when you pop in the disc and hear interesting soundscapes, eerie organ, great zydeco and bluegrass from the gut. But you never forget it's Hank 3. Disc 1 reverts back to traditional country but never compromises its goal. That goal? A great country CD that never sounds refined, poppish and rehearsed. Thanks a million to Hank Williams 3 for getting it right the first time and just saying no to giving in to a record label (Curb) that sought to limit his vision. I look forward to many more releases from this eclectic artist.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Gary Covington on October 19, 2011
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The First Album "Ghost to a Ghost" is a good, decent, Hank III style, country album. However, the Album "Guttertown" is mostly "ghostly haunting sounds" with a little bit of music here & there, including a little cajun/zydeco music. Since the Amazon description and this Double CD do not include any track listings,or musicians, I researched it on "Wikipedia" and found the following information to be helpful. Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town consisted of two of the four albums Hank III simultaneously released on September 6, 2011. It was recorded at Hank III's home studio - "The Haunted Ranch". Also, according to the recently released book "Family Tradition 3 Generations of Hank", on page 207 it states that "For the last several years, Hank III has lived in a haunted house just outside of the Nashville city limits. The land it sits on was once dotted by several houses that stood during the Civil War. Often there is an old man that appears in his kitchen, and one night the kitchen window opened by itself." Also in the book, it states one of Hank III's band members had a "ghostly" experience there, and has since refused to spend the night there. So, this information provides some support for what Hank III is artistically singing about, & portraying especially with the "myterious", "haunting" sounds on Disc 2 "Guttertown". This double album includes several guest artists, including Hank III's dog Tooper.

Disc One: GHOST TO A GHOST: This is very good, decent Hank III Album. (Ghost to a Ghost) / (Note: According to the recently, released Book "Family Tradition" which features Hank Sr. Hank Jr. & Hank III, When Minnie Pearl first saw Hank III, She asked if he was a Ghost, because he looks just like his grandad, Hank Sr.)
1.Gutter Town
2.Day by Day
3.Riding the Wave
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. O'Brien on September 6, 2011
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This is Hank 3's first album away from Curb Records and expectations are very high for this release and in my opinion he delivered in every way possible. On the first disc "Ghost To A Ghost" there is a great mix of country songs and also some I would say lean more toward his hellbilly style. Hank himself has said there are only 5 or 6 true country songs on this album, but overall most of the songs are country sounding. The song "Trooper's Hollar" was one I really loved when I heard it live. My first listen to it on the cd I was really disappointed though with the way it sounded, thought the dog noises were a little over used, but after 3 listens it has really grown on me and one of my favorites still. "C*** Of A B****" was another one I liked when I heard the live version and it delivers on the cd as well. "Outlaw Convention" is just a good outlaw country song. I always like Hank's slow songs and on disc 1 the slow song is "The Devil's Movin' In" and I absolutely love it. Disc 1 is really solid from start to finish and ends with one of the best songs on the album called "Ghost To A Ghost" which features Tom Waits. Disc 2 is called "Gutter Town" and is just brilliant and the better of the two discs. It has a bit of a cajun feel to it with songs like "Dyin' Day", "Gutter Stomp","I'll Be Gone", and "Musha's". It really sounds like nothing Hank has done before which is one of the things I love about his music. Every album changes from one to the other and you never know what you're going to get. There are 19 tracks on disc 2, but about seven of them are instrumentals or just weird noises and aren't really my thing, but about every song on both cds are really good and overall just something different than what he has done before.Read more ›
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Boris M. Kroner on September 7, 2011
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Ghost to a Ghost has its moments but overall it is uncreative and juvenile. Gutter Town on the other hand is an album that transcends genres bringing us possibly 3's best album ever recorded. Simply put it is amazing music.

3 out of 5 stars for Ghost to a Ghost
5 out of 5 starts for Gutter Town

To give this double album anything less than 5 stars would simply be unfair considering the brilliance of the music, the creativity and emotion of Gutter Town.
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