Their finest hour
By Nuke The Cross
This album would probably go on my list of all-time favorites, I bought it about a year and half ago and I still listen to it all the time and sing along at the top of my lungs in my car. NPH's releases both before and after this one are all good, but here they seemed to hit the perfect midpoint between punk, metal, and country on every single track. Heavy enough to bang your head to, tongue-in-cheek enough to make you chuckle, but still retaining the earnest, fun-loving spirit of true rock and roll, Kentucky Breakdown evokes a drunken basement hoedown where mohawks, cowboy hats, biker jackets, and plaid shirts all dance arm-in-arm to the same gritty drawl. Fans of the Exploited, Motorhead, or Lynyrd Skynyrd can all enjoy this album equally.