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Hillbillies In Hell Vol. 777

Iron Mountain Analogue Research

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This smokey catalog of Nashville icons and hayseed misfits births Hillbillies In Hell: Volume 777—a subterranean collection of deathly Nephilim, swampy graves, teenaged suicidal ideation, tormented Gospel tales, grisly mountain murders, craven lustmords, Apocalyptic visions and problematic parenting. Often originally waxed on microscopic labels and distributed in minuscule amounts, these troubled and sometimes forgotten troubadours sing of lustful homicides, masonic assassinations and Satan's perpetual slaves. Years in the making—Hillbillies In Hell (Volume 777) presents 16 testaments of timeless tribulations—sinful succubi, axe-wielding cuckolds, vengeful Hill-folk and the eternal quest for blistered redemption. A Mephistophelean cache of primordial 45s—some of these sides are impossibly rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your prurient listening pleasure. Features tracks from HANK WILLIAMS, TEX WILLIAMS, THE WILLIS BROTHERS, BILL BROWNING AND THE DARK HOLLOW BOYS, THE BURTON FAMILY, THE LOUVIN BROTHERS, TEX RITTER, and more. Edition of 666 copies packaged in gatefold jackets.

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