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by Naked & Shameless

Drunkabilly with a garage twist.
Genre: Rock: Psychobilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She's So Plush
2:16 $0.99
2. Rev. Gunn Theme
3:06 $0.99
3. C'mon Baby Tonight
2:50 $0.99
4. Fat Bottom Girls
2:59 $0.99
5. Soft Curves (Angel of Flesh) - Demo
3:22 $0.99
6. C'mon Baby Tonight - Demo
2:28 $0.99
7. She's So Plush - Demo
2:24 $0.99
8. Tonight Baby C'mon
10:19 $0.99
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Album Notes
America's premier drunkabilly duo, straight from the moonshine-soaked trail that blazed through the summer of glove. Shameless was almost taken away by a massive, inexplicable infection and Skidd Wong kept rubbing his greedy little hands, ready to cash in after the funeral. But it didn't go down that way. Skidd's producer was fired and garage supergroup Crazy Hearse were brought into give the project some life and urgency. So it's 4 tracks with Crazy Hearse, a cover of Queen's "Fat Bottom Girls" and a couplathree bonus demos. All in all, a great snapshot of the madness that was the summer of glove and a celebration of the big they dig.



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Depraved enigma
It brings me great pleasure to introduce - the latest gathering of perverted love songs from the musical brothel that is - Naked & Shameless! The offering in question owes somewhat to the presence of Crazy Hearse, but that should take little from the unabashed joy this CD should bring you!

"She's So Plush" is a roving psychobilly nod to all those girls with layers to spare. We're talking a sexist incarnation of The Cramps casting all - and I mean absolutely! - all decency aside. Any band who can write a song with such a title are surely worth a listen!

"C'mon Baby Tonight" is one of several offerings of a similar title (and identical sound). Indeed the only downside to this joyous EP is the alternate takes and demos of the few songs that feature on the album in their finished state. While the alternate takes are good in their own right, a greater variety of original material would have been better.

A delightfully country rendition of Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls" marks the end of proper material from the collective. A demo version of "Soft Curves (Angel of Flesh)" holds much promise as another ode to the "rubenesque" lady. If voluptuous is your thing, this band are right up your street.

The rolling musical enigma known as Naked & Shameless tread a rather lonesome path. A basic sense of depravity and self-deprecation is missing from so much modern music but not here. They're not going to take over the world any time soon, but hopefully this album will cause a few Chicago residents to blow up a Starbucks.