07 July 2012

DM BOB AND THE DEFICITS Bush Hog'n Man 1997

With songs like "Two Headed Woman" and "Girl Roper," you can't go wrong with this hillbilly cowpunk blues band. Just git it. Yep.

biography

by Mike DaRonco
Going back to the Americana roots of rock 'n roll with an added brand of Cajun, rockabilly, southern R&B and lo-fi garage results into the sound of DM Bob and The Defictits. With their debut album Bad With Wimen released in 1996 and a number of comparisons to Southern Culture On The Skids and '68 Comeback, their EP Mexico Americano came out that same year and made Crypt Records history by being the first release ever to feature a drum machine. Bush Hog'n Man followed in 1997 without the use of a Boss Digital.

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