Whatever Happened To The Great American Bubble Factory?

Posted on 11/19/2009 in misc

I had long since lost hope of ever seeing another new Drivin' N Cryin' record. The fact that new record is maybe their best since 1990's Fly Me Courageous is just a huge fracking bonus. It's always hard to categorize them as on any one record they will go from acoustic rock to heavy metal to REM'ish Indie Southern Rock. This record is no exception, and there isn't a weak song on it.

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