A collection of thirteen original cuts penned by Williams -- guaranteed to please diehards and new recruits alike. To Williams, every record is a learning process, and Damn Right Rebel Proud is no exception. No other record comin' out of Nashville sounds like this."
A collection of thirteen original cuts penned by Williams -- guaranteed to please diehards and new recruits alike. To Williams, every record is a learning process, and Damn Right Rebel Proud is no exception. No other record comin' out of Nashville sounds like this."
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Damn Right Rebel Proud

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Format: CD
Label: CURB RECORDS
Catalog: 79027
Rel. Date: 10/21/2008
UPC: 715187902725

Damn Right Rebel Proud
Artist: Hank Williams 3
Format: CD
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A collection of thirteen original cuts penned by Williams -- guaranteed to please diehards and new recruits alike. To Williams, every record is a learning process, and Damn Right Rebel Proud is no exception. No other record comin' out of Nashville sounds like this."

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''Damn Right, Rebel Proud'' is the fourth album released by Hank Williams III. It was released on October 21, 2008.

The album was released in two separate versions, one being a censored release for major retailers, the other is uncensored. While some songs on the album are pure country, songs like "Long Hauls & Close Calls", "P.F.F." (Punch Fight Fuck) and "H8 Line" have a very different sound than the other albums by III, featuring more of a rock sound.

The record features Hank Williams III (vocals, guitars, acoustic guitar), Donnie Herron (fiddle), Adam McOwen (fiddle, accordion), Marty Stuart (electric guitar, mandolin), Randy Kohrs (acoustic guitar, dobro), Shawn McWilliams (drums), Andy Gibson (steel guitar, dobro), Joe Buck (upright bass), Johnny Hiland (electric guitar), Charlie Cushman (banjo), Bob Wayne (vocals, guitars, bass instrument), and Gary Sommers (vocals).

The album is III's highest charting album yet, reaching at number 2 on the U.S Country Charts - Wikipedia