Released: Oct 2012
Label: MVD Audio
Beer-bellied bongsmoke-at-the-barbecue meatball-metal boogola from an ex-Butthole Surfer and two Austin buds who know their old ZZ Top, 421 is most addictive when Honky put lyrics aside and just concentrate on being a fonky rhythm section: the drum break in "Walton County"; bass-led harmolodic middle part (think Pat Travers via James Blood Ulmer) of the bruised-eyes-and-thighs breakfast-breakup tale "Over Easy"; all of "4:21," which perversely lasts 2:28. But the dust-cloudy grunge in "Erson" and "All For Nothin'" go down easier than you'd guess, as does the comically tragic "Woke Up Dead."
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