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Paid In Black Vol.2

Wolverine 153

Released on September 11, 2009

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For a lot of young people Country Music is or was some kind of shit for Rednecks or old farts. If someone has changed this then it is Johnny Cash. In the last years before his death he had done something like no other artist before: To bring young people to listen to Country Music. Especially a lot of people, who are listening to Punk-Rock, have added a new style into their taste of Music. Maybe because Johnny cash was something like the first “True-Hearted Punk“. A Rebel, someone who stands up if he doesn’t like something and someone who has a strong voice and always said what he was thinking. Cashs Songs are about Outsiders, Loser, the Poor. He told us the real Horrorstories that can happen, if you’re not born on the sunny side. No wonder that a lot of Punkbands are inspired by him and start covering some of his songs. We already show this on Vol.1 of this Compilation.With Paid In Black Vol.2 we have another 14 Bands from the Horrorgenre (and alike) covering a Cash Song. And we got such big Bands like The Other, The Spook, Big John Bates, Mike Zero, Zombina & the Skeletons and Hank Ray/Tex Morton. All Bands have comments to their song in the Booklet and again you see how many influence Johnny Cash has outside the Country Music. This CD is essential for Fans and people who like to become one. Oh, and by the way: Most of the Songs are exclusive on this Compilation. No question: The good guys are the ones that wear black.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Mike Zero -Get Rhythm  0%
2 Other -Like The 309  0%
3 Big John Bates -A Boy Named Sue  0%
4 Zombina & The Skeletons -Sea Of Heartbreak  0%
5 Dead Next Door -Home Of The Blues  0%
6 Ski King -Hurt  0%
7 Macsat -Redemption Song  0%
8 Spook -Solitary Man  0%
9 Ninth House -Blue Train  0%
10 Bleeding A Zombie -Man In Black  0%
11 Hack Mack Jackson -Gods Gonna Cut You Down  0%
12 Nightshift -Ring Of Fire  0%
13 Hank Ray + Tex Morton -25 Minutes To Go  0%
14 Murderland -Like The 309 (Bonus Track)  0%
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