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Our album begins with a little boy missing his dad and ends with a father missing his children. Press and Publicity - Traci Thomas at Thirty Tigers, Nashville, TN. They are amazing handcrafted instruments made with love and care (and only the finest of woods). Office) Patterson Hood - Lead and Harmony Vocal, Electric Guitar / Mike Cooley - Lead Guitar / John Neff - Lead Guitar / Shonna Tucker - Bass / Brad Morgan - Drums / Jay Gonzalez - B3 and Wurlitzer; Harmony Vocal / David Barbe - Shaker Which ones the birthday boy?The other day my four year-old daughter asked me to play her a Clash record. He works out of The Colfax Guitar Shop in Denver, CO and can be reached at Brad has pretty much always played Ludwig Drums and would like to thank Kevin Packard and all the folks there for treating him so well. she said I ain't got all night What'd your mama name you?He wrote his own epitaph: "I'm just dead; I'm not gone." His life accomplishments will live on for generations to come. Office) Patterson Hood - Lead Vocal, Electric Guitar / Mike Cooley - Lead Guitar / John Neff - Lead Guitar / Shonna Tucker - Bass / Brad Morgan - Drums / Jay Gonzalez - B3 / Harmony Vocals by Shonna Tucker and Jay Gonzalez It was as open and shut as anything I have seen He was a pillar of town his reputation was clean It was right before Easter in the first week of spring He didn't show up for service that Wednesday night The congregation knew something weren't right Blood on the bed when they opened the door The preacher was dead on the bedroom floor Everyone knew there had to be some outside thing that made this happen Because they seemed like the perfect family He'd been shot in the back, a day before he was found His wife and three kids were nowhere around An Amber Alert was issued in town Everyone was shocked at the scene of the crime She'd taken the kids across two state lines Found her in Orange Beach with the kids in the car Sent back to Selmer to await her trial for first-degree murder Was she crazy or just plain old mean to have gone and done it? I'd like to catch you when you're fallin' But you're too busy for me Darlin' I tried to tell you you'd be fallin' Now go on home and do your bawlin' You picked up 'Crazy' and you let it in your head Now one day it's gonna be "I told you so" I'm all full up from the shit I was fed One day it's gonna be "I told you so" One day it's gonna be "I told you so" One day it's gonna be "I told...I grew up worshipping Rock and Roll like a religion. She said she heard the bang and was afraid he'd be mad and made a run for it Said, they were having a fight and the gun was a bluff She didn't pull the trigger it just went off Said that he berated her about everything Make her do things that made her feel so ashamed Nobody at church would ever suspect Made her dress up slutty before they had sex In the courtroom that day there was an audible gasp What they put up on display the locals couldn't quite grasp There was an audible gasp in the courtroom that day When the defense pulled out and displayed Them high-heeled shoes and that wig he made her wear Reduced her charge to voluntary manslaughter And I ain't judging either way but she's already out of jail And it was them high-heeled shoes and that wig he made her wear Lyrics: Patterson Hood / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) (October 15, 2008 - Athens GA. Lyrics: Shonna Tucker / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) Shonna Tucker - Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocal / David Barbe - Bass / Mike Cooley - Acoustic and Lead Guitar and Bass Vocal / John Neff - Acoustic and Lead Guitar and Backing Vocal / Patterson Hood - Acoustic and Electric Guitar, Backing Vocal / Brad Morgan - Drums / Jay Gonzalez - Dart and Backing Vocals You said that you'd be waiting for me here in Santa Fe with hotel rooms and TV's booming loud every night and day And all I have to do is just be careful what I say and do and what I put us through Colorado, lines were down Des Moine's an underwater town Don't know what it is I thought I'd find out here It's moving forward as it must 95 and blowing dust Sitting here and missing us It couldn't be more clear You said that you'd be waiting for me here in Santa Fe with dreams and postponements made along the way Conditioned by the outstretched miles and high desert air Thinking I might find you there Holding you in my dreams Ricocheting back and forth between my two extremes of light and dark and all the in betweens All of us know too well exactly what that means Will you be here waiting for me here in Santa Fe?As we were finishing our album, we lost another friend. Thanks to Suzi Matthews at Electro Harmonix and Lucas Mc Culley at Rapco/Horizon. Brad also wants to send special thanks to Chris Brewer and Meinl Cymbals for all they have done on our behalf. You can call me what you like Every skinny mystery gotta make it hard somehow Sit your narrow ass down hot shot I'll solve yours right now You got a girlfriend don't you boy? Lyrics: Shonna Tucker / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) Shonna Tucker - Piano, Bass and Lead Vocal / Jay Gonzalez - B3 and Mellotron / John Neff - Pedal Steel / Mike Cooley - Electric Guitar / Patterson Hood - Electric Guitar and Backing Vocal / Brad Morgan - Drums Working this job is a kick in the pants Working this job is like a knife in the back It ain't getting me further than the dump I live in It ain't getting me further than my next paycheck Working this job's running out of excuses Working this job is like lighting two fuses It's like a dead end where a roadmap is useless Until I'm dead and there's nothing to show for my uses Nobody told me it'd be easy or for that matter be so hard but it's the living and learning that makes the difference and makes it all worthwhile Working this job there's nothing left but to hate it I won't get as far as my daddy made it Ain't getting me further for all my striving than the dead end I live on and the piece of shit that I'm driving Nobody told me it'd be easy or for that matter be so hard but it's the living and learning that makes the difference and makes it all worthwhile Sometimes I dream that I had aimed my life in different ways But there was nothing to show me a way to get out of this place So I just did what my Daddy did before me Only to find the only door I found was closed to me Working this job, it sucked when I had it Now it is gone and I am learning what bad is Now I'm trying to hang on to the worst of places A family can't live on these fast food wages Nobody told me it'd be easy...Jim Dickinson has been a hero of mine for over twenty years. Shonna thanks Ampeg for the fine bass amplification. Cooley thanks Jimmy and Danny at Sommatone for his amazing guitar amp. Nervous hands cant lie Married men don't ask how much, single ones ain't buying One day you got everything, next day it's all broke Let miss Trixie sit up front Let her wipe your nose Working for the money like you got eight hands Flat on your back under a mean old man just thinking happy thoughts and breathing deep Between your mama's drive and daddy's belt It don't take smarts to learn to tune out what hurts more than helps The pretty girls from the smallest towns get remembered like storms and droughts that old men talk about for years to come I guess that's why they give us names So a few old men can say they saw us rain when we were young Which ones the birthday boy? Lyrics: Patterson Hood / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) (June 7, 2008 - Athens GA.I chained several of his comments together and wrote "Girls Who Smoke" on the spot.I played it for Cooley that afternoon and he actually liked it.

It isn't my job to judge the morality of that tale or decide who was right or wrong. I decided right then and there that I was going to write a song about it called "The Audible Gasp".

I never really was all that into the circus as a kid, but I sure was into the Rock Show, which was sort of The Circus for kids of my generation. I've been living on the road for much of the last two decades.

I get tired and burned out, but I wouldn't trade it for anything. I don't write a lot of songs on the road, but I did more than usual on this album and many more were inspired by or set there, either in a literal sense or by something I witnessed or heard about while out there. We went to Europe for our tenth tour over there last summer.

A couple of days later, we were playing at The Democratic Convention in Denver and got the call to make an album with Booker T. I'm not nearly old enough to bury my head in the dirt and dwell on the good ole days, as I am quite positive and cautiously optimistic. Recorded in 2009, 16 tracks of glorious 2" analog tape. Mastered by Glenn Schick at GS Mastering, Atlanta, GA. Interns - Drew Carroll, William Brookshire, Thomas Johnson and Scott Lee Art Direction - Lilla Hood - and Paintings - Wes Freed at Willard's Garage, Richmond VA. and Jason Wilson at Alabama Ass Whuppin', Santa Rosa, CA.

There's a world of bad shit going down but I've also seen some great strides and some amazing improvements happen during my lifetime. Vinyl was Half Speed Mastered by Stan Ricker at SRM, Ridgecrest, CA. Willard's Garage maintained by Jyl Freed - BIG PERSONNEL Management - Kevin Morris and Christine Stauder at Red Light Management, NYC. Business Management - Tom Scott CPA and Robert Bachman CPA at Trinity Accounting Group, Athens, GA.

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