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The Deadlies Go to Nashville

by The Deadlies

This long-awaited album from the Deadlies includes songs from the TV show "Creepy KOFY Movietime", "the Kings of Kustoms" and songs played at Six Flags. This is the new standard for Surf, Rockabilly and Hot Rod music and a sound that is all there own.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. California Badass
4:14 $0.99
2. Pulled Pork
4:13 $0.99
3. Wudy's Ghost
2:53 $0.99
4. Star Spangled Banner
2:05 $0.99
5. Sun Stroked
3:17 $0.99
6. The Tijuana Three
3:56 $0.99
7. Rumbled
5:36 $0.99
8. WFB
2:32 $0.99
9. #4616
3:10 $0.99
10. Town and Country
3:03 $0.99
11. Red Dirt
4:27 $0.99
12. Nashville Lullaby
3:25 $0.99
13. Bodega
4:09 $0.99
14. Tequila Mockingbird
3:12 $0.99
15. Wasabi Western
3:56 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Here's a cool track by track review of our new CD by Phil Dirt at Reverb Central:

The Deadlies - The Deadlies Go To Nashville 4 stars

The ever-irreverent Deadlies dawn cowboy duds to ply their gritty metal surf assault. These guys are so cool live, and their music is always fresh and ever evolving. This is a very fine release.

Picks: California Badass, Pulled Pork, Wudy's Ghost, Star Spangled Banner, Sun Stroked, The Tijuana Three, Rumbled, WFB, #4616, Town and Country, Bodega, Tequila Mockingbird, Wasabi Western

Track by Track Review:

California Badass 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Great exotic tribal drums and Indian calls with undulating bass provide a powerful rhythmic underbelly for a rockin' lead. "California Badass" is a fun riff-rockin' mofo. Really beefy and infectious. I love the beat!

Pulled Pork 3 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

This is an all-fun cowboy bounce. Playful guitar riffs ride atop a classic country boogie. Very cool!

Wudy's Ghost 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Folkrock-ish in a Byrds go to the beach kind of way. Dramatic drums and bass, with fine folkrock guitars. If you like Freddie 'Steady' KRC's approach to country and folkrock, you'll appreciate this. This is simple and brilliant!

Star Spangled Banner 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Honoring the flag with great tone and dramatic drums and bass... and then it breaks into a superb rippin' arrangement with wonderful dry chop rhythm chords and tuff bass and drums. "Star Spangled Banner" is just about the best cover ever!

Sun Stroked 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Super thin sound starts it off, but rapidly disappears as full bodied tone takes hold. Fine drums, solid bass, and some very cool guitar lines. "Sun Stroked" is gutty and rockin'.

The Tijuana Three 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Superb Mexican cinema guitar lines romantically open "The Tijuana Three." Then, an infectious beat and very smooth bass line launch the song into a perfect orbit. Its easy energy and catchy beat are quite magnetic. The muted verse is very cool!

Rumbled 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

This is a hard edged nod to Link Wray and his Raymen's "Rumble." Dramatic, long sustain, crunchy tone, and long flowing bass lines. About halfway through, The Deadlies romp into articulate jam territory with liberated classic rock lines in liquid tone. A fine cover!

WFB 3 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

A classic Chicago boogie pattern reminiscent of Jimmy Reed, with some silly exchanges between band members about girls in bikinis. It's an easy track, yet fun and satisfying.

#4616 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Superb drums, lovely smooth bass, and delicate guitar lines ringing out a splendid little country blues ditty. This may not rock your world, but it will sneak in and stay. Very cool!

Town and Country 3 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Country twangin' jam with solid drums and thumping bass. "Town and Country" is a bit of a riff rocker, with excellent drums, and a catchy sound.

Red Dirt 3 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

"Red Dirt" starts out slow and ominous, then charges into gritty bluesy grind. It's a tortured, soaring, rock epic with echoed calls.

Bodega 3 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

The waves lap the shore at Bodega Bay as the Latin rhythms and percussion undulate beneath this lighter track. Melodically interesting and edgy, with great drums and very string bass. "Bodega" grew on me.

Tequila Mockingbird 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Rhythmically very Bo Diddley, "Tequila Mockingbird" is a gritty and tribal homage to the classic rhythms of the diddley bow. I must say that it's the beat and bass that makes this work, though the tone and guitar lines are surely cool.

Wasabi Western 4 stars

Country Surf Rock (Instrumental)

Gentle liquid notes and the sounds of the shore call to the lagoon. Children play and a horse rides up. Then a galloping rhythm ensues as a western scene unfolds. Produced by Ivan Miles Piesh

Mastered by Steve Orlando

Production Assistance by Jack Douglas, Joe Chicarelli and Jay Messina

Photo's by Mitchell Glotzer

CD Art Layout: Audrey Karleskind

Publicist Mindi Levine

Hair By Anita - Studio 29

The Deadlies would like to thank Ivan Miles Piesh for KICKING ASS!!!
As well as everyone at KOFY TV and Creepy KOFY Movietime including Brian Hall, Mr.
NoName, Mark Baker, Sasa and Scarlet the "Cave Girls", Ruby White, Brandy
Bulawsky, Derric Mega Tanner, Bob Twigg, Mark Butler, Shane Calvert, Jeff
Fisher and Jim Sweeney and all the Hubba Hubba Girls! Stuart Hamm for coming in and doing what he does best! Everyone at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Entertainment Department including David Miller, Terry

Overstreet, Nancy Chan, John Oliver, Zach Coan and Vince Barma not to mention the love of our life
Patricia Stevens! Thanks to Mindi Levine, Matt Drew and Sheila Groves-Tracey at the Uptown
Theatre Napa! Everyone at Ex'pression that helped with this record including
Ivan Piesh, Manny Salas, Mary Ann Zahorsky, Caitlin Strong, Scott Theakston,
Yael Braha and all the students! We'd like to thank Audrey Karleskind for
going above and beyond AGAIN for us! We'd also like to thank Jeffrey Dickinson at
Apple; Randy, Khristine, Sketch, Scott, Wayne and Gene Winfield at the
"Kings of Kustoms" Doug and Kim at "the Car Czar", Councilman Peter Mott and
Stuart Atkinson at Napa on Ice and especially you!

the Deadlies would also like to thank Bryan at Jim Dunlop, Dino at Ampeg
Amps, j o r g at Bogner Amplification, Brent at DR Z Amps, Kelly at Swart
Amps, Sandy at George L's Cables - the best! Jason Keeley at Keeley Cases
and everyone at Keeley Electronics, Rooster at Trailer Trash Pedal Boards,
Gary Brawer Guitar Repair, Allen and Ferni! Rob Harris at Furman Electronics,
Voodoo Lab, Ludwig Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Regal Tip, Attack Heads, Jaime's
Custom Tailoring for dressing us and making us look so good! and Especially Peet's Coffee and Tea.
These people make the best products in the world otherwise we wouldn't be using them.

James Patrick Regan would like to thank his wife Anita for putting up with
him (by the way, can you grab the kids Thursday, I've got another gig),
Hailey and Nic for not driving him completely insane... yet! His
Manager/Agent in everything but reality Daniel Sean Regan and his family,
Mr. Timothy Michael Regan and Seth, his Mom and Dad ...Avalene and James.
and all the assorted Regan's, Richards, Tognetti's and DellaMonica's out
there in the world. Frank Stone - the Mayor of Peet's and his Royal Court.

Bob St. Laurent would like to thank Jack Douglas, for my birthday mix of
Mojave! Dr. Dermedy for keeping me running! Dr.Cory for the Smile! Mindi
Levine for love, laughter (Crusty Chicken) and helping to manage my crazy
life! George Silvers for all the words of wisdom and food! Kellie and Tom
Fuller for all the Napa love! Peet's Coffee: Heather, Kristen, Kristy,
Kelly, Katie, Melissa, Ceiara, Emerson, Jenny, Tina, Michael and Byron!
Laura and Blair @ Flying Colors Tattoo! Darcey and Larry at Brudda Kine Maui,
Len and Rebel at Club Tan! Terry Klykun for keeping the boat and basses
running at their best! Anita at Studio 29 for my hair and
Jeff Schechtman for puttin' up with my shenanigans and keeping me on air!

Jim Lang would like to thank: My wife Joan Lang for believing in me...
you are my inspiration! Maxine and Tammy (Our furry girls), my parents
Alfons and Merriam Lang, Joanne and Nick Booth, all my relatives (especially
Grandpa and Aunt Marie), Sister Gemma and Sister Olive, Mike Whittington, Scot Harlan, Dave Hart, Joe Amon,
Dave Ladrech for the great haircuts, Jamie O'Neil of KG Bags for the cool T-Shirts, Steve
Havnerhaas, Danni Valdez, Scott Mathews, Michael Carabello, Bruce Lloyd, L. Pierce Carson,
Everyone at Villa Corona Mexican Restaraunt in Napa, Thea at Wildcat Vintage Clothing, Cousin Mary at KFJC Radio,

Ferenc Dobronyi - Pollo Del Mar, Ringo Starr, Bill, Noel, Steve, Jim, Mike and
Hamid At Larkspur Public Works and last but not least - James and Bob for
all the fun and adventures!

All song written by the Deadlies (c) 2012 BMI. except "Star Spangled Banner"
by Francis Scott Key; "Rumbled" taken from "Rumble" by Link Wray arranged by
the Deadlies Diamond Zephyr Records



to write a review


Perfect Party Music
I’ve always thought The Deadlies were the perfect party band. Whenever I hear them, I’m somehow magically transported to a beach or lawn party, complete with an open keg and bikini-clad women. Their music is an ice cold beer on a hot summer day.

Fans of their first album, the surf punk classic Meet the Deadlies, won’t be disappointed by their latest. And although some of the cuts do have a certain country vibe, such as the opener “California Badass,” the album is far more eclectic than the title might imply, from the instant surf boogie classic “Pulled Pork” to the bluesy “Red Dirt” to the East-meets-West mash-up “Wasabi Western.” The band even proves they can master a more conventional pop tune with “Nashville Lullaby,” the only song on the album with lyrics, wherein front man James Regan gets to show he can use his pipes for more than just his famous wild man scream. And then there’s “Wudy’s Ghost,” a tune with such a haunting guitar line I was amazed no one had discovered it before.

The musicianship is excellent throughout, Bob St. Laurent and Jim Lang providing the perfect backdrop to Regan’s guitar, which variously evokes everyone from Dick Dale to Duane Allman.

All in all, the perfect music for your beach party—even if it’s only in your mind.

Jamie & Jennifer

One for the road
We have had "The Deadlies Go to Nashville" going in our car stereo player for the past week. It hasn't gotten old. This CD proves that a 3-piece rock and roll band centered on the "Surf Rock" genre can go to Nashville and places beyond.


The Deadlies Go To Nashville
Great project, downloaded on my pod, & love it ! highly recomnend to all rockabillers, where have you guys been!

L. Moore

Great CD. A very cool & very fun set of tunes
What a cool CD. The Deadlies have the supporting structure of the Nashville vibe going on throughout the CD, but the music is far from being limited to just that style or genre. There's major influences from everything from rock, to rockabilly, to psychobilly, to surf, to blues, to you name it (sometimes a number of those things surface in the same tune). All done in a very unique and very cool way. Great musicianship throughout. A very well thought out and very well done CD.
P.S. "Rumbled" is one of the wildest, most over top, and ultimately one of the coolest interpretations of the Link Wray classic ever.”


exactly what we needed
this is exactly what we needed, refreshing coolcore party music ....flat out! you got to get this one, play it loud, break out the papers and bongs and be proud. and the only non traditional version of the star spangled banner that i really like.
track after track just keeps the party and good moods crusin, break this out at the next get together or cook out.
can't wait to try the other c.d.'s.