MP3 1880 - Ride
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: An exciting new blend of heavy metal, country, blues, rock & roll.
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"A five star rock & roll thunderstorm." - Barchen Records
"A spectacular piece of artistry, songwriting, and talent." - Southbound Beat Magazine
"Outstanding!" - Powerplay Magazine
"A joy ride!" - GRITZ Magazine
After rescuing mainstream country from it's pop shackles on their debut CD Guilt Train, 1880's sophomore release RIDE takes the band into new musical territory while maintaining the kick of their triple X brand of moonshine metal. With new drummer Dino Di Bella and bassist Mike Reagan, these hard rock honky-tonkers garnered five nominations in L.A.'s prestigious Rockies Awards and have produced another great mix of heavy metal, country, blues, rock & roll.
From the demonic riffs of "Hell Highway" and "Blind Justice" to the anthemic gospel strains of "Mercy," 1880 continues to deliver like no other southern rock or country act in the market today. Though songs like "Cowboy" and "Gold" show obvious nods to classic southern rock icons like Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Outlaws, the more modern influence of bands like Metallica and Creed shine just as brightly. Even the cover of Elmore James' "One Way Out," probably best known by the Allman Brothers recording, is a blistering version that would make Slayer or Pantera proud. For, as one fan exclaimed, "[they] make country sound cool!"
And though the boys have built their reputation on the hard and heavy side of the musical spectrum, the songs "Lonesome Whistle" and the Bill Whithers' classic "Ain't No Sunshine" have all the potential in the world to make peace with even the staunchest critics in Nashville.
Of course, an 1880 record wouldn't be complete without a little nastiness thrown in for good measure, and their ode to Jerry Lee Lewis, "The Jailbait Bop," is an auctioneer's delight.
In Cameron Crowe's acclaimed film Almost Famous, it's Led Zeppelin II that his sister says will change his life forever. RIDE from 1880 may very well be the record that changes theirs!