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That sound you hear is the entire city of Nashville wetting their pants - some in excitement, most in fear - because Wheeler Walker Jr. Is back. And he has a new album, "Sex, Drugs & Country Music" that many are already calling the greatest country album of all time. One listen through "Sex, Drugs & Country" reveals where Wheeler's unrivaled confidence comes from. Once again produced by Dave Cobb (except the song "God Told Me To Fuck You," which was produced by someone else) and recorded at historic RCA Studio A, the album is a loud, unapologetic roar of a comeback. Wheeler explains, "I figured if I'm gonna save country music, why not save Rock 'n' Roll too while I'm at it?" "Sex, Drugs & Country Music." Try listening to it without shitting your pants. We dare you.
That sound you hear is the entire city of Nashville wetting their pants - some in excitement, most in fear - because Wheeler Walker Jr. Is back. And he has a new album, "Sex, Drugs & Country Music" that many are already calling the greatest country album of all time. One listen through "Sex, Drugs & Country" reveals where Wheeler's unrivaled confidence comes from. Once again produced by Dave Cobb (except the song "God Told Me To Fuck You," which was produced by someone else) and recorded at historic RCA Studio A, the album is a loud, unapologetic roar of a comeback. Wheeler explains, "I figured if I'm gonna save country music, why not save Rock 'n' Roll too while I'm at it?" "Sex, Drugs & Country Music." Try listening to it without shitting your pants. We dare you.
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That sound you hear is the entire city of Nashville wetting their pants - some in excitement, most in fear - because Wheeler Walker Jr. Is back. And he has a new album, "Sex, Drugs & Country Music" that many are already calling the greatest country album of all time. One listen through "Sex, Drugs & Country" reveals where Wheeler's unrivaled confidence comes from. Once again produced by Dave Cobb (except the song "God Told Me To Fuck You," which was produced by someone else) and recorded at historic RCA Studio A, the album is a loud, unapologetic roar of a comeback. Wheeler explains, "I figured if I'm gonna save country music, why not save Rock 'n' Roll too while I'm at it?" "Sex, Drugs & Country Music." Try listening to it without shitting your pants. We dare you.
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