Ministry Founder Al Jourgensen, the godfather of industrial metal, has long been known as his country doppelganger, Buck Satan - an ode to Jourgensen's long-time country hero Buck Owens, who just prior to his death 'blessed' Jourgensen's country side project Buck Satan & The 666 Shooters.
Featuring guest artists from the metal world as well as country artists, fiddlers, cellists, pedal steel guitars, mandolins, banjos, Jourgensen digs deep into the vaults of his extensive knowledge of country music to accomplish this provocative and melodically gorgeous array of original tracks as well as a nod to Gram Parsons on 'Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man.' Jourgensen crowns this long-awaited project as 'Heavy Western' or 'Country Core.'
- 1. Quicker Than Liquor
- 2. What's Wrong With Me
- 3. Medication Nation
- 4. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man
- 5. The Only Time I'm Sober Is When You're Gone
- 6. Cheap Wine, Cheap Ramen
- 7. Down The Drain
- 8. Sleepless Nights And Bar Room Fights
- 9. Friend Of The Devil
- 10. Ten Long Years In Texas
- 11. I Hate Every Bone In Your Body Except Mine
- 12. Take Me Away