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Drive-By Truckers — Sink Hole
Album: Decoration Day
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Released: 2003
Length: 3:23
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I've always been a religious man, I've always been a religious man
but I met the banker and it felt like sin, he turned my bailout down
The Banker Man, he let into me, let into me, let into me
The Banker Man, he let into me and spread my name around
He thinks I ain't got a lick of sense cause I talk slow and my money's spent
Now, I ain't the type to hold it against, but he better stay off my farm
Cause it was my Daddy's and his Daddy's before
and his Daddy's before and his Daddy's before
Five generations and an unlocked door and a loaded burglar alarm.

Lots of pictures of my purdy family, lots of pictures of my purdy family
lots of pictures of my purdy family in the house where I was born.
House has stood through five tornadoes,
Droughts, floods, and five tornadoes.
I'd rather wrastle an alligator than to face the Banker's scorn
Cause he won't even look me in the eye
He just takes my land and apologize,
with pen, paper, and a friendly smile, he says the deed is done.
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning, The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning over what the Banker done.

Like to invite him for some pot roast beef and mashed potatoes and sweet tea
follow it up with some banana pudding and a walk around the farm
Show him the view from McGee Town Hill
Let him stand in my shoes and see how it feels
to lose the last thing on earth that's real
I'd rather lose my legs and arms

Bury his body in the old sink hole Bury his body in the old sink hole
Bury his body in the old sink hole under cold November sky
Then damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
and look the Preacher in the eye.
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 tripp1 wrote:

I love their early stuff, before they started getting to liberal in their lyrics and stage banter. I have seen them a few times live, as well as Jason Isbell after he quit the band. I just wish musicians would STFU about political crap at their shows. At these prices and trying to make ends meet, I don't want to hear it. I paid to see you sing and rock out. Please stop!



Oh naive listener... rock 'n roll has always been political, whether you realize it or not. Or whether you fail to acknowledge it. Countless songs about rebelling against:
One's parents
Your boss
Your ex gf/bf
The system: governments, big business, organized religion, etc.
The complacency of suburban life
...And countless other examples.

Sounds like you just want to put your blinders on, drink your beer, burp out a song, and scream "play Freebird!"
from Matdor by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs to this. excellente!
Amazing studio stuff when Isbell was in the band. Decoration Day, Southern Rock Opera, Pizza Deliverance andThe Dirty South ROCK. Southern rock that it. NOT Skynyrd or Allmans, but their own style. Excellent story telling lyrics. A great band LIVE. I live in SC, so they play around our area more than other parts. But see them if you can. Bring some JD and PBR! 
MORE DBT, PLEASE!! 
 wifesboyfriend wrote:


Their parents were involved (I forgot how) in Muscle Shoals.



Patterson Hood who is singing this track, his dad was the bass player for Muscle Schoals studio. Played on a lot of classic tracks. There's a doc that tells the story that is worth a watch.
 Greyerwrit wrote:

For the most past, capitalism has been good to me, but it is covered with ugly sores.  Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.



Capitalism does not rely on constant growth... greed does. 
A song that I would play at top volume if the local yuppy bar had a juke!
this is great!
 cc_rider wrote:

DBT are direct descendants of LS and the Muscle Shoals scene



Their parents were involved (I forgot how) in Muscle Shoals.
 Greyerwrit wrote:

 Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.



This is well-preserved 18th century mercantilist economic theory. Don't see much of that these days. Be careful not to dephlogisticate.
Waiting for Buttholeville.
I love their early stuff, before they started getting to liberal in their lyrics and stage banter. I have seen them a few times live, as well as Jason Isbell after he quit the band. I just wish musicians would STFU about political crap at their shows. At these prices and trying to make ends meet, I don't want to hear it. I paid to see you sing and rock out. Please stop!
 Tippster wrote:

Well as a Washingtonian (DC) I understand everyone gets to have their own opinion but the Truckers have always been a great band in mine, especially when Isbell was it it (like on this track.)  They put on a rolling good show too.

Pretty sure the Southern Rock community as a whole respects Hood and Cooley just fine.


I think they're fine but "It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock" is a funny line! 🤣
Not my fav DBT song.....but still a good edgy groove.  Glad for the diversity that RP brings to the interweb.  Long live RP!

 Metaspace wrote:

Good music, but there's so much wrong about the content of the song...


Meh. Its a song. PSD if you've got an issue. 
Some of us just enjoy the music / sympathise with the ethos.
Good music, but there's so much wrong about the content of the song...
Who needs anger management help when you have music like this?
 SuperWeh wrote:

The goal of capitalism is literally to make more money with the money that you already have , so yes, it is biased towards the wealthy.



Nice declarative sentence. Proves you can spell. Nothing else.
Reminds me of Steve Earle. Good stuff.
 itsme_bygolly wrote:


It's not growth. It's colonialism. Exploiting resources, exploiting more people, and concentrating that wealth in the hands of a relatively few people. Capitalism has problems but it is not inherently biased in favor of the wealthy. It is those who desire wealth but can't create it who loot other cultures. This is distinct from capitalism. End of class.

The goal of capitalism is literally to make more money with the money that you already have , so yes, it is biased towards the wealthy.
 Greyerwrit wrote:

For the most past, capitalism has been good to me, but it is covered with ugly sores.  Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.



It's not growth. It's colonialism. Exploiting resources, exploiting more people, and concentrating that wealth in the hands of a relatively few people. Capitalism has problems but it is not inherently biased in favor of the wealthy. It is those who desire wealth but can't create it who loot other cultures. This is distinct from capitalism. End of class.
 Greyerwrit wrote:

For the most past, capitalism has been good to me, but it is covered with ugly sores.  Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.




I don't believe capitalism relies on constant growth; what relies on constant growth is greed.
 Greyerwrit wrote:

For the most past, capitalism has been good to me, but it is covered with ugly sores.  Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.



"....money can not be eaten..."
For the most past, capitalism has been good to me, but it is covered with ugly sores.  Any system that relies on constant growth on a finite planet is doomed.
 Grayson wrote:

As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 

Sorry to hear you don't like 'em.
But your analysis is way off the mark. A little research led me to Muscle Shoals, birthplace of some incredible stuff: Wilson Pickett, Aretha, The Staple Singers, plus some white folks too: 
Rolling Stones, Traffic, Bob Seger, Elton John, Boz Scaggs, Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Dr. Hook, Elkie Brooks, Millie Jackson, Julian Lennon, and Glenn Frey.
(Cut-n-pasted from Wiki)

And a little band called Lynyrd Skynyrd, whose legendary 'feud' with Neil Young was all for show - Ronnie wrote 'Southern Man' as a good-natured rejoinder to Neil's (well-earned) criticism of events in the Deep South and Alabama in particular. Mr Young loved the song, by the way.

DBT are direct descendants of LS and the Muscle Shoals scene - their songs include many references to them. AND reference a lot of the horrible $hit that has happened in Alabama. Google 'Marion Alabama' - events there led directly to the Selma march. DBT do not shy away from the ugliest elements of southern history.

Full disclaimer: I grew up in Montgomery.
Peace,
c.




 Tippster wrote:

Well as a Washingtonian (DC) I understand everyone gets to have their own opinion but the Truckers have always been a great band in mine, especially when Isbell was it it (like on this track.)  They put on a rolling good show too.

Pretty sure the Southern Rock community as a whole respects Hood and Cooley just fine.



I wonder if that Georgian boy thinks American Band and The Unraveling are frat boy stuff / finance bro stuff.
See how this could work in a small saloon.
Fire it Up, for sure...
many bands do.
Special?
Na
 Tippster wrote:

Well as a Washingtonian (DC) I understand everyone gets to have their own opinion but the Truckers have always been a great band in mine, especially when Isbell was it it (like on this track.)  They put on a rolling good show too.

Pretty sure the Southern Rock community as a whole respects Hood and Cooley just fine.


Have to agree with Tippster, here. I love this band, particularly their live shows. Just saw them play at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park and they blew the roof off. I'm no music connoisseur but keep my ears and mind open to anything. Sure glad to hear Patterson and Mike (and the occasional song with Shona) every once in a while on RP.
 Grayson wrote:

As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 


 Sad, so sad, to read this poorly written h8 filled screed.  Disappointed.

As a Georgian, maybe you should focus on making your state a better place.
Much like DBT has been doing for a quarter of a century and particularly of late.
You know, less racism, hatred, and bro-country.

I've always loved the mean guitars, snarling vocals, righteous anger, and steam-train chugging drums in this; reminds me a lot of our local favorite band, Gasoline Lollipops!
Good Tune!
 tinypriest wrote:

Yes.

Being a "religious man" doesn't give you a pass.

The way to get the banker off your land is to figure out how to renegotiate. Maybe with the help of the other farmers, to organize, and get sponsorships, while thinking of what to grow next year that might sell better. And then learn what crowd-funding is, and get on social media and get people interested in your avacodos instead of potatoes, and maybe think about growing wine grapes, or use all that new source of financing to build the best f*cking water-slide in the state, for the kids.

Might be more productive than all that incessant whining about the banker.
 
I'm sensing sarcasm here.
They are brilliant. 
Sound to me like the Outlaws....Green Grass & High Tides
Why God created the PSD button.
 Grayson wrote:
As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 
 
Yes.

Being a "religious man" doesn't give you a pass.

The way to get the banker off your land is to figure out how to renegotiate. Maybe with the help of the other farmers, to organize, and get sponsorships, while thinking of what to grow next year that might sell better. And then learn what crowd-funding is, and get on social media and get people interested in your avacodos instead of potatoes, and maybe think about growing wine grapes, or use all that new source of financing to build the best f*cking water-slide in the state, for the kids.

Might be more productive than all that incessant whining about the banker.
Reminds me of James McMurtry some.
 LeonD wrote:
DBT haters should check this out. https://www.npr.org/2020/06/17...
 
A great write up, speaks volumes of where we are and where we need to be, thanks for the link.

Inneresting that his dad was one of the Swampers. 
DBT haters should check this out. https://www.npr.org/2020/06/17...
Psychobilly lives! Great beat, fierce radical anger, righteous fury. 9 from the Nottingham jury.
 haljordan wrote:
Revenge, like nana puddin', is a dish best served cold...
 
Best comment on a song lyric...
One of the best live shows I've ever seen. Totally blew the roof off!
These guys are gritty Southern fried Rock !  They do a killer version of Warren zevons, all night long
Not bad if you like every every every lyric lyric lyric repeated three times...
purdy good song hes's sing'n  I does like this 
bad ass ......  apparently not for every taste.... Never Gonna Change is another good one from DBT.... haven't seen them live, but if I get the chance I will be there, friends tell me they put on a great show
Not exactly my genre but hey, this is why RP is the best! We get to hear things we'd normally not. Or purposely avoid. And quite frankly, I've "discovered" a lot of music here that has caused me to be a fan, download the tune or buy the vinyl.
Great lyrics, great music, and they perfectly complement each other.  Don't really know these guys, but well done.
Straight ahead R & R! Like it...
 Grayson wrote:
As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 
 

Well they're from Alabama for one thing.  For the second, your analysis is way off base.  IMHO.  Not sure if you've actually listened to 'em.
Never heard this one before These guys rock
 Grayson wrote:
As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 
 
Well as a Washingtonian (DC) I understand everyone gets to have their own opinion but the Truckers have always been a great band in mine, especially when Isbell was it it (like on this track.)  They put on a rolling good show too.

Pretty sure the Southern Rock community as a whole respects Hood and Cooley just fine.
 von_Hayek wrote:
Why isn't this followed by "Scarecrow" {#Stupid}
 
Because  "Scarecrow" preceded it.
 von_Hayek wrote:
Why isn't this followed by "Scarecrow" {#Stupid}
 

Well, it is now... LOL
Barf.
 On_The_Beach wrote:
How is this not Steve Earl?
 

Because it is not!
Revenge, like nana puddin', is a dish best served cold...
As a Georgian too, I cannot stand this ridiculous band. They're as hokey and manufactured as a velvet Elvis. It's stuff that frat boys turned-financial planners think is totally awesome rock. "Hold my Bud Lite and call the dudes! We're goin' to the Drive-By Truckers show tonight, babe. Here's $50. Go get yur nails done or something." I am rethinking RP play for the rest of the day now. Sad, so sad, you played anything of theirs. Disappointed. 
 Patterson Hood the front man for DBT,  is the son of  David Hood a Muscle Shoals session player who played bass on the Staple Singers' "I'll Take You There" which RP played a scnat 3 hours ago/  we also had the pleasure of hearing Jason Isbell here after being treated to his White Man's World tune a couple of hours ago.   Love it!
The little bastard twice in the same day! Like I said earlier, cougarcamp on my speakers is a good thing
 Proclivities wrote:

At least no one has alleged that it sounds like some song by Pink Floyd......yet.
 
Lol.
 
I thought that was Jason Isbell singing but don't think so.
 Antigone wrote:
It really does sound like him singing, doesn’t it?
 
At least no one has alleged that it sounds like some song by Pink Floyd......yet.
 On_The_Beach wrote:
How is this not Steve Earl?

 
It really does sound like him singing, doesn’t it?
How is this not Steve Earl?
6.5!?!?  Come on people {#Bananajam}
Kick Ass guitar work by Jason Isbell on this one
 ziggytrix wrote:

I did. They were just OK.  This song was my favorite thing they played.  Could have been venue issues - maybe they deserve another shot.  Probably at an indoor venue with lots of booze?

 
Tried to watch their show at Targhee Fest yesterday, but after a ripping set by JJ Gray they just seemed like a wall of noise.  Could also be that I was a little fried from bike riding and being in the sun all day...

Did see them many years ago when they first hit the scene and that was a good show.


It's hard to be a good man listening to the Drive-By Truckers - NQ Arbuckle 
Most apropos. Ottawa has one mutha of a sinkhole in the major intersection today.
 taswegian wrote:
I saw David Hood (Muscle Shoals) and father of Patterson Hood, on stage with The Waterboys at Glastonbury this year.
 
i saw the video last week, damn i'm jealous 
link here if anyone wants to see it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGmda3-_8OE 
I never get tired of this ripping song; its angry lyrics lament the plight of the modern soul so well; we're all working for the greedy banks!
Wie kannst du ein Taucher taufen.?
{#Bananajam}{#Drunk}{#Hug}{#Cowboy}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Notworthy}{#Boohoo}{#Drummer}{#Bananasplit}{#Bananapiano}{#Guitarist}{#Devil_pimp}{#Dancingbanana}
 fredriley wrote:
Psychobilly lives! Driving song, and punchy, poignant and angry lyrics. A fitting segue to John Mellencamp's Blood on the Scarecrow, both being about people who've farmed the land for generations being turfed off it.

 
Thats what i came to say! I'm half expecting 'Levelland' - James McMurtry next.
PS just to say - the John Mellencamp song is actually called 'Rain On The Scarecrow' -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl3X5zuYaiA
cheers
I saw David Hood (Muscle Shoals) and father of Patterson Hood, on stage with The Waterboys at Glastonbury this year.
rock on Bill
Cool. Just infectiously raucous and cool.
 taswegian wrote:
More Drive By Truckers please Bill
 
Yeah, they kind of push the Outlaw Country straight into 'Punk' Country, I like it. \m/
More Drive By Truckers please Bill
This song kicks @$$
Psychobilly lives! Driving song, and punchy, poignant and angry lyrics. A fitting segue to John Mellencamp's Blood on the Scarecrow, both being about people who've farmed the land for generations being turfed off it.
 Piranga wrote:
See this band live!

 
I did. They were just OK.  This song was my favorite thing they played.  Could have been venue issues - maybe they deserve another shot.  Probably at an indoor venue with lots of booze?
See this band live!
Marshall Tucker Band after espresso shots.
Love this song... "Decoration Day" (the song) is my all time favorite DBT song... epic.
it is well past the time " we the people " buried a bunch of the crooks on wall st. as well as the slime who own them.

LIVE HAMMER!

Great band - great song!


We need more DBT!

Maybe I'll upload a Cooley song off the new album...
wow - serious hard ass lyrics
the lyrics are really good---i had heard little pieces of the lyrics over the years but had never taken time to read them.
i upped it to nine for that original guitar riff----love 'em.
The best country rock going. Killer band live.
Going to see them in a month or so in Raleigh with Blitzen Trapper. Can't wait!

Yeah baby...

 

This what we need for Monday morning. Just freakin, guitar RnR...with some country twang.

 

Just don't forget to do this on this Friday afternoon.  


7 for the lyrics.
 Cynaera wrote:
Businessgypsy has it right, I think. And in my opinion, this isn't about "religion" per se, so much as it's about how organized religion (tax the churches and the country would have a good start on getting back on level ground financially) and corporate greed (yes, that includes the banks) skip through the meadow hand in hand while the country (well, the parts they don't own yet) crumbles under their platinum-shod feet.


I've always been a religious man, I ‘ve always been a religious man
but I met the banker and it felt like sin, he turned my bailout down
The Banker Man, he let into me, let into me, let into me
The Banker Man, he let into me and spread my name around
He thinks I ain't got a lick of sense cause I talk slow and my money's spent
Now, I ain't the type to hold it against, but he better stay off my farm
Cause it was my Daddy's and his Daddy's before
and his Daddy's before and his Daddy's before
Five generations and an unlocked door and a loaded burglar alarm.

Lots of pictures of my purdy family, lots of pictures of my purdy family
lots of pictures of my purdy family in the house where I was born.
House has stood through five tornadoes,
Droughts, floods, and five tornadoes.
I'd rather wrastle an alligator than to face the Banker's scorn
Cause he won't even look me in the eye
He just takes my land and apologize,
with pen, paper, and a friendly smile, he says the deed is done.
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning, The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning over what the Banker done.

Like to invite him for some pot roast beef and mashed potatoes and sweet tea
follow it up with some banana pudding and a walk around the farm
Show him the view from McGee Town Hill
Let him stand in my shoes and see how it feels
to lose the last thing on earth that's real
I'd rather lose my legs and arms

Bury his body in the old sink hole Bury his body in the old sink hole
Bury his body in the old sink hole under cold November sky
Then damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
and look the Preacher in the eye.



 
Mellencamp's "Rain On The Scarecrow" updated and little more wild-eyed. Predatory lending's been going on a long time. 

I came across a book well worth reading--"Little Heathens" by Mildred Kalish" --about growing up in small-town Iowa during the Great Depression. As a child, she experienced a wrenching and frightening moment during a gathering of her extended family at her grandfather's home. The adults--tough, resilient farmers--were openly weeping because one branch of the family had lost its farm when it couldn't pay the local taxes. Title reverted to the town, which couldn't afford to run it or sell it for a decent price. That spiral of debt, dispossession and poverty was playing out all across the state. 

"I'd rather lose my legs and arms" rings true.
good cure for crooked bankers and the senators they own.....{#Biggrin}
His first mistake was to mortgage the 5 generation home place. I know, I did it too. You don't expect paying it back to be a problem, but then the earth falls away from your feet. I feel his pain and anger at the bank. They are the one who knocks.
Celebrate, this party's over, I'm going home...
 Cynaera wrote:
Businessgypsy has it right, I think. And in my opinion, this isn't about "religion" per se, so much as it's about how organized religion (tax the churches and the country would have a good start on getting back on level ground financially) and corporate greed (yes, that includes the banks) skip through the meadow hand in hand while the country (well, the parts they don't own yet) crumbles under their platinum-shod feet.


I've always been a religious man, I ‘ve always been a religious man
but I met the banker and it felt like sin, he turned my bailout down
The Banker Man, he let into me, let into me, let into me
The Banker Man, he let into me and spread my name around
He thinks I ain't got a lick of sense cause I talk slow and my money's spent
Now, I ain't the type to hold it against, but he better stay off my farm
Cause it was my Daddy's and his Daddy's before
and his Daddy's before and his Daddy's before
Five generations and an unlocked door and a loaded burglar alarm.

Lots of pictures of my purdy family, lots of pictures of my purdy family
lots of pictures of my purdy family in the house where I was born.
House has stood through five tornadoes,
Droughts, floods, and five tornadoes.
I'd rather wrastle an alligator than to face the Banker's scorn
Cause he won't even look me in the eye
He just takes my land and apologize,
with pen, paper, and a friendly smile, he says the deed is done.
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning, The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning
The sound you hear is my Daddy spinning over what the Banker done.

Like to invite him for some pot roast beef and mashed potatoes and sweet tea
follow it up with some banana pudding and a walk around the farm
Show him the view from McGee Town Hill
Let him stand in my shoes and see how it feels
to lose the last thing on earth that's real
I'd rather lose my legs and arms

Bury his body in the old sink hole Bury his body in the old sink hole
Bury his body in the old sink hole under cold November sky
Then damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
Damned if I wouldn't go to church on Sunday
and look the Preacher in the eye.

 
Miss you so much, Cynaera...




 
 SmackDaddy wrote:
That you Romeo?
 

Indeed, I be me...  I have been saved...  hope you are having a marvelous evening...

love this song...
 

 Lazarus wrote:

Everybody in my church loves this song...
 
 

That you Romeo?

Everybody in my church loves this song...
 
This one sucks a little more each time I hear it.
For some reason I think of the Beat Farmers       " I met her in a truck stop in El Paso....."
celebrate, this party's over, i'm going home...
Steve Earle's side project?
Love the music, but wish they could have someone else write lyrics for them.
Yee-feckin-hah! Psychobilly lives on! {#Bananajam}
Can't wait to see them in October!!!!
 Businessgypsy wrote:
Best commentary on the Real Estate Crisis to date (even if it was prescient by four years).

 
Yes, it certainly captures the current Zeitgist.
 Byronape wrote:
This is a good song, but there are better on the album I think.  
 
I agree.  
Might I suggest "Heathens", "Lookout Mountain", "Sands of Iwo Jima", "Sounds better in the song" and "Something's gotta give".


He's trying to keep up ... a-okay?
This is a good song, but there are better on the album I think.  
Steve Earle voice clone. Copperhead Sink Hole. 
 jonahboo wrote:
love em = but they NEED Jason ISBELL back!

(now it's like CSN W/O the Y)
 

Agreed.
 MojoJojo wrote:
I hear Brak!
 
That was the single funniest thing I've read/heard today!  I wish there was a emoticon laughing so hard it snorted, but this will have to do...{#Lol}
love em = but they NEED Jason ISBELL back!

(now it's like CSN W/O the Y)
They're going to be playing near me soon...  missed their last show, really gotta make this one!