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There are plenty of ways to get the music on this album that don't involve purchasing it. If you are a Hank 3 fan and supporter, you'll find another way.Published 9 months ago by Thomas
This is a great album! Its not so much country, it's more a of country rock mix. This album really shows off his talent as both a country singer and rock singer.Published 23 months ago by Jason
This is not a country album. It's punk and metal meets a country theme. I enjoy it though. First two tracks are my fav.Published 23 months ago by Jo
Outstanding art by my favorite musician, I love the way he combines different styles of music that is turned into the theme of any hell raising roughneck. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012
Another stellar contribution to an already brilliant catalogue! This stands up against all that came before and points nicely towards what may still come,Published on November 26, 2012 by Warren Michael Britz
This shows that like his family there are no limits to what Williams crew can do! very surprised how Hard he can Rock I mean some parts are just plane WILD MAN... Read morePublished on November 2, 2011 by Ray Velez
It's a hard choice whether or not to give your hard earned money to curb records when they released this just to get more money out of Hank, especially seeing how this record is so... Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Teapot
If you've never heard Hank III don't expect anything like Sr or Jr. Hank III is all his own.
He takes the rebel status his daddy made famous and makes it look tame. Read more
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10 out of 10 for the music, 0 out of 10 for Mike Curb.......................
Feb 26, 2011 by Gene X | See all 8 posts
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You aren't reimbursing Hank, you're stuffing the pockets of Curb Records.
Apr 19, 2011 by Claire Springer | See all 6 posts