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Deadbolt | Voodoo Trucker | review | zombie | rock | Lollipop


Voodoo Trucker (Cargo)
by Craig Regala

Deadbolt has a sparse twangy/reverby skeleton built from the Gothic melodramatic doom and death ballads/wierd-a-billy stuff that drifted thru the '50s and may've fueled the spate of teen death & ghost tales that poked around the charts into the '60s... I think. The thing with Voodoo Trucker is the spoken lyrics are all focused on z-movie living corpses animated by oil-thick coffee, little white crosses, no sleep, and endless rural travel, as oppossed to, say, The Cramps, who're much more rock'n'roll bound. I can't use it for anything myself, but if you want a soundtrack to a very different place from popular cultures volume/style/youth glut, here's one.


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