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Mojo Nixon & The Toadliquors - The Real !Sock Ray Blue!, Texas Prison Field Recordings Vol. 3 download mp3 album

Mojo Nixon & The Toadliquors - The Real !Sock Ray Blue!, Texas Prison Field Recordings Vol. 3 download mp3 album
Performer:
Mojo Nixon & The Toadliquors
Album:
The Real !Sock Ray Blue!, Texas Prison Field Recordings Vol. 3
Style:
Alternative Rock
Released:
2005
Country:
US
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1217 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1715 mb
WMA vers. size:
1862 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ★
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863

The Ballad Of Country Dick. 3. Drunk-Divorced Floozie (The Ballad Of Diana Spencer). Machines Ain't Music/I Got My Mojo Working.

Mojo Nixon (left) at Continental Club in Austin, Texas. Photo – Ron Baker (2006). Background information. Nixon and Roper's third album, 1987's Bo-Day-Shus!!! featured the song "Elvis is Everywhere," a deification of Elvis Presley, which is probably his best known song (Nixon later declared his personal religious trinity was Presley, Foghorn Leghorn and Otis Campbell). Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper were also recorded in San Francisco during these early years by producer Sylvia Massy at CD Presents for the "Rat Music For Rat People" compilation album. Acting and cultural parodies. In the 1990s Nixon released a handful of albums on several labels with a backup band known as the Toadliquors. These later albums included songs such as "You Can't Kill Me," "Orenthal James (Was A Mighty Bad Man)," and the controversial "Bring Me the Head of David Geffen," which was ultimately released on a B-side collection due to pressure from album distributors. Nixon is an ardent supporter of free file sharing of recordings in MP3 and other formats.

Mojo Nixon mysteriously arose to national prominence in the late 1980's when his loud mouthed brand of rabble rousing acoustic rockabilly found a strangely receptive home on MTV. Starting his unlikely chart attack with a washboard toting sidekick named Skid Roper, after a couple albums he left the duo format to pursue a solo career. Eventually, Mojo formed a formal full-time touring cow punk backing band dubbed the Toadliquors. In 1992, they struck a deal with LA's Triple X to release the X-Mess album Horny Holidays!, which featured goofy Christmas covers. The Real Sock Ray Blue. Virus 100: Dead Kennedy Covers. Virus 100 Dead Kennedys tribute. The Real Sock Ray Blue! Virus 100 (A Dead Kennedys Tribute). Texas Prison Field Recordings, Vol. RedneckRampage Rides Again.

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Mojo Nixon - Real Sock Ray Blue (1999). Brand new: lowest price. The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable). Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. Get it by Wed, 3 Jul - Tue, 23 Jul from Illinois, United States.

Tracklist

1 I Don't Want No Cybersex 3:34
2 The Ballad Of Country Dick 2:45
3 Drunk-Divorced Floozie (The Ballad Of Diana Spencer) 3:04
4 U.P.S. My Heart To You 3:02
5 Machines Ain't Music/I Got My Mojo Working 4:14
6 Disney Is The Enemy 4:23
7 Rock N' Roll Hall Of Lame 5:02
8 I Gotta Crazy Wife 2:55
9 You Can't Buy Cool 3:51
10 Tankman Blues 2:07
11 Orenthal James (Was A Mighty Bad Man) 3:23
12 Redneck Rampage 4:11
13 When Did I Become My Dad 3:33

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9016 Mojo Nixon & The Toadliquors The Real !Sock Ray Blue!, Texas Prison Field Recordings Vol. 3 ‎(CD) Shanachie 9016 US 1999