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About Hasil Adkins

Responsibility for the sometimes infuriatingly dumb subgenre of Psychobilly rests almost solely on the shoulders of poor Hasil Adkins; but as is the case with many maligned styles of music, Psychobilly's originator is the purest example of the form and his material is some of its best. From the murkily depraved rantings of "She Said" to the countrified dementia of his most recent recordings, Adkins has been spilling his twisted guts since the very birth of rock 'n' roll, with little loss of the utterly original inspiration and sonic nihilism that made his first sides so great.

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Listen toHasil Adkinson Rhapsody

Responsibility for the sometimes infuriatingly dumb subgenre of Psychobilly rests almost solely on the shoulders of poor Hasil Adkins; but as is the case with many maligned styles of music, Psychobilly's originator is the purest example of the form and his material is some of its best. From the murkily depraved rantings of "She Said" to the countrified dementia of his most recent recordings, Adkins has been spilling his twisted guts since the very birth of rock 'n' roll, with little loss of the utterly original inspiration and sonic nihilism that made his first sides so great.

About Hasil Adkins

Responsibility for the sometimes infuriatingly dumb subgenre of Psychobilly rests almost solely on the shoulders of poor Hasil Adkins; but as is the case with many maligned styles of music, Psychobilly's originator is the purest example of the form and his material is some of its best. From the murkily depraved rantings of "She Said" to the countrified dementia of his most recent recordings, Adkins has been spilling his twisted guts since the very birth of rock 'n' roll, with little loss of the utterly original inspiration and sonic nihilism that made his first sides so great.

About Hasil Adkins

Responsibility for the sometimes infuriatingly dumb subgenre of Psychobilly rests almost solely on the shoulders of poor Hasil Adkins; but as is the case with many maligned styles of music, Psychobilly's originator is the purest example of the form and his material is some of its best. From the murkily depraved rantings of "She Said" to the countrified dementia of his most recent recordings, Adkins has been spilling his twisted guts since the very birth of rock 'n' roll, with little loss of the utterly original inspiration and sonic nihilism that made his first sides so great.