Mulebite Deluxe - Nine Pound Hammer

Mulebite Deluxe

Nine Pound Hammer

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2005-07-05
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2005 Acetate Records


Title Artist Time
Ain't Nothin' to Do Nine Pound Hammer 2:01 USD 0.99
Surfabilly Nine Pound Hammer 2:06 USD 0.99
Cadillac Inn Nine Pound Hammer 2:22 USD 0.99
Headbangin' Stockboy Nine Pound Hammer 2:15 USD 0.99
Don't Get No Better Than This Nine Pound Hammer 2:49 USD 0.99
Wrongside of the Road Nine Pound Hammer 2:57 USD 0.99
Folsom Prison Blues Nine Pound Hammer 3:56 USD 0.99
Redneck Romance Nine Pound Hammer 4:01 USD 0.99
Dead Flowers Nine Pound Hammer 3:32 USD 0.99
Teenage Head Nine Pound Hammer 3:12 USD 0.99
Radar Love Nine Pound Hammer 4:58 USD 0.99
Steamroller Nine Pound Hammer 3:48 USD 0.99
I'm Yer Huckleberry (Bonus Tra Nine Pound Hammer 2:14 USD 0.99
The Way It Is (Bonus Track) Nine Pound Hammer 2:35 USD 0.99
This Drinkin' Will Killl Me (B Nine Pound Hammer 2:40 USD 0.99



    By ApacheDan
    Roll a doob, grab a sixer, aim your hot rod down a back road in Perry County PA!
  • great album

    By Ansel Hanenburg
    Instant Classic!I can't say enough good about this album.If you love hard-drivin'rock with a country twang you NEED to buy this crank it up and hold on!What else can I say one of my all-time favorite records
  • The Mighty 9Lb Redux

    By Humbotha
    This is some sweet, sweet Nine Pound masterfully done again. If you know it, you'll love it. If you don't know it, you should. 'Cause you'll like it. And then you'll love it. It's true. Some people just get it. If you don't? Sell the trailer. Dump the burgoo, Ale-8, 'god's own sacred w33d' and just leave.
  • A Fun, Unique Listen!

    By Macaberry
    These fine old boys been playing for about a decade now, and they are most well known for perpetuating the theme song for the neurotic show "12 OZ Mouse" which is a crying shame. Nine Pound Hammer truly have a unique sound that could perhaps be described as what The Misfits might sound like if they hung out in the deep south for a lifetime or three and ditched Danzig for Scott Luallen, whose truck stop voice wouldn't sound too out of place in a country band, which might explain the whimsical genre's name, 'cow punk'. Over all this makes for quite a unique album and a fun listen. The only problem was I, like many, learned of them from 12 OZ Mouse's Theme song, which lent it's sound more to Motorhead, so upon first listen I was surprised to hear a sound leaning towards punk. Upon second listen, I found it was a match made in heaven. So, if you are looking for the heavier sound displayed in the 12 Oz Mouse theme, I'd suggest Motorhead . If you are a fan of old shaggy punk with a Texas twag, this is your album