- 01. rode hard and put away wet
02. this drinkin will kill me
NINE POUND HAMMER
Rode hard and put away wet[engl] 9PH is back. Right in time for their first european tour in a looooong tim, Lonestar Recs put out the latest recorded songs by the mighty Nine Pound Hammer. The line-up features Scott Luallen as well as Nashville Pussy's own Blaine Cartwright. "Rode hard and drove away wet" is a 9PH original that is just as good as a kick in the nuts. 9PH haven't sound that fresh and smashing in quite a time and like this it feels good to have em back. Side B ("this drinkin will kill me") just fits in perfectly. It's a cove of the country icon Dwight Yoakam. This single is limited to 800 copies and hand stamped.
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