Limited edition Coke Bottle clear vinyl
Sub Pop Records has reissued the first three Reverend Horton Heat albums on vinyl for the first time — Smoke 'em If You Got 'em (1990), The Full Custom Gospel Sounds Of ... (1993) and Liquor In The Front (1994).
1993's The Full Custom Gospel Sounds of... stepped things up a bit, with fuller production by fellow Texan Gibby Haynes of the Butthole Surfers. In addition to the hilarious "Bales of Cocaine," Full Custom... features the furious "400 Bucks," the atmospheric creeper "The Devil's Chasing Me," and "Wiggle Stick." On seeing the video for the latter, Beavis declared, accurately, "Yes! This guy RULES!" while Butthead agreed, "Yeah... this guy ROCKS! ROCKS!!"
|The Devil’s Chasing Me|
|Livin’ On The Edge (Of Houston)|
|You Can’t Get Away From Me|
|Big Little Baby|
|Lonesome Train Whistle|
|Bales Of Cocaine|
|Nurture My Pig|
|Gin And Tonic Blues|