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Here To Suffer

by Yeller Bellies

Roots-rawk from the basement of hillbilly blues bars.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ashes, Smoke and Flame
4:09 $0.99
2. Buried Alive
5:54 $0.99
3. Boomstick
2:36 $0.99
4. El Guante
3:02 $0.99
5. Goin' Down
3:40 $0.99
6. Ballad of the Killer Biker Chicks
1:58 $0.99
7. Jackass
3:25 $0.99
8. She Blames It All On You
3:24 $0.99
9. My Sincere Apologies
2:33 $0.99
10. Here To Suffer
3:04 $0.99
11. Hobo Prophet
2:39 $0.99
12. That'll Learn 'Em
3:52 $0.99
13. Preachin' the Blues
5:26 album only
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Album Notes
Long awaited second album by Vegas mainstays...

Las Vegas, NV. - On their second full-length album, Yeller Bellies delve deeper into tales of madness, love, loss and more loss channeled through a hillbilly medium. Recorded in the winter of 2009 at USUK studios Rob Bell, Joel Hillhouse, Mitch Potter and James Krah seamlessly blend blues, rock ‘n’ roll, garage, American roots and country for their best recordings to date.
Here To Suffer is a darker take on life and ominous characters through the oak barreled, 4-year aged band. It reveres and revels in the music of the past, though harshly disciplining and whipping it into the present day. Here To Suffer is a soundtrack to bread line economies, dust bowl politics, charlatans, faith healers, and the underbelly of American life. It will make you think as well as dance into armageddon’s arms. The Devil’s in the details, and this recording is rife with demons…enjoy!

"Strange and creative...roots-meets-psychobilly stomp.*
*- Las Vegas Weekly

"If your looking for roots rock that really does rock...this is a royal flush."
-Americana UK

"The Yeller Bellies' Hellacious, 100-proof foot stomp is more fun than an open bar."
*-Las Vegas Review-Journal

**** (four stars) "Hillbilly rock 'n' roll...and rough-hewn manners.
Tomorrow's hangover will be tomorrow's concern."
*-Rockabilly Magazine

"Truly, it is powerful stuff, this music, and I would dare say they are probably
one of the best bands in all of Las Vegas, if not one of the best bands in the West."
*-The Urban Artists Group

"Rock 'n' roll extreme which spins the goose flesh!"
*-Digit Fanzine (French)



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Patricia Hines

Business First
An amazing second effort from this band. This band proves once again it transcends the marketing typecasting that's commonly thrust upon them. They are much larger than "lo-fi rockabilly." Take a listen to Ashes, Goin' Down, Hobo Prophet and the barely-reigned-in cover of Preachin' The Blues to see what I mean. They could hold their own against almost anyone in the so-called "underground" genre. These guys mean business, and from the sound of things, I'll bet they've paid their dues. You don't learn to write, compose, arrange and play like this on XBox. Let's hope they get some well-earned relief and recognition from the oversaturation of the present market. A band with this kind of passion, talent and ability, across such a wide range of moods and styles, should be enjoying much higher visibility. Thanks to cdbaby for providing access to this band. Help keep this band visible and viable.