Song Review – Shooter Jennings’ “Wild and Lonesome”
Yes! See, this is what Shooter Jennings is capable of.
“Wild and Lonesome” from Shooter’s upcoming album The Other Life is a sparse, fiercely classic country tune with great country instincts and arrangement. It’s not great because of its classic country flavor, it’s great because Shooter had the wisdom to get out of the song’s way an allow it to pick its own path and tell its own story, and that happened to lead it down the classic country road.
In “Wild and Lonesome,” Shooter’s voice finds its sweet spot, and the the tasteful effects used behind it help create space in the music instead of clogging it like they are prone to do in many of his recordings. Space is this song’s greatest asset, where the emotion behind the song can breathe and come to life. A minimal arrangement of snare drum, bass, and acoustic guitar allow the listener’s ear to rest where it should be focused–the steel guitar and the intermixing of Shooter’s tones with guest harmony singer Patty Griffin, who takes time out of her love nesting with Robert Plant in Austin to deliver a memorable, tight performance with Shooter.
The story embedded in “Wild and Lonesome” deals in sincerity and fits the music of “Wild and Lonesome” expertly. It’s modest ambiguity may keep some from finding it fulfilling, while others will allow the abstractness to meld to their experiences and allow the song to become very personal to them. The first time I listened to this song I thought drugs were central to its theme. The second time I thought it was about Waylon. I guess it matters if the one line reads “Take another toe” (referring to Waylon’s diabetes) or “Take another toke.” It will all shake out once we get the liner notes in our hands, but a part of me doesn’t want to know the truth.
The problems that plague Shooter Jennings’ music are no different that what plague many artists: their inability to look outside themselves and see what is good, and what is not from their material and ideas. This is where it is important for an artist to be a part of an environment that encourages dialogue and criticism to weed out bad decisions that can hold listeners back from an artist’s best works. In a cynical world, one bad song or one bad decision can typecast an artist as one thing or another.
Nowhere will you ever see me assert that Shooter Jennings has no talent, or no good songs. But his inability to focus, or to grace ideas or sonic directions with patience, or to embrace and encourage criticism, will continuously hold him back until he decides he’s willing to change. And until then, I’m afraid songs like this will remain unnecessarily buried to the wide body of ears who deserve to hear it from the polarization of his name.
Two guns up.
February 28, 2013 @ 7:54 pm
I definitely don’t dislike The White Trash Song as much as you do but I can’t say that I absolutely love it either. This is the song he should be playing tonight on Leno, though. Very good.
February 28, 2013 @ 8:03 pm
I felt that the song was real smooth and that’s how I feel about Shooter. His songs like Lonesome Blues and Solid Country Gold are some of my favorites of Shooters because the sound is smooth and soft with the country roots still visible. Shooter is all around talented. Good smooth song.
The Hill Billy Muslim
February 28, 2013 @ 8:18 pm
I cant wait till his new cd comes out. I was partying with JAyke Orvis a few weeks ago and he told me he told shooter that he does not like many of his old stuff but he assured me his new album is bad ass!!! No matter what yall think about Shooter he is a big supporter of the scene. Who else plays in a major satellite radio station J Beverly, Calamity Cubes, Jayke Orvis, and other great underground artists.
March 1, 2013 @ 12:09 am
The optimum word there being “scene.”
FACT: There were more fans in the underground “scene” two years ago when Shooter started playing their songs then there are now. Shooter also was getting more national exposure and was better known between ’05-’07 than he is now, when he had no clue any “underground” music existed, and most underground bands hated Shooter because that was what was cool at the time.
There’s effort, and then there’s results. Then there’s the intention behind that effort. I don’t want to discount Shooter’s efforts with his radio show, but some perspective is needed. The fact is underground country is not going anywhere because it is focused on image and popularity and inbread Facebook scenes obsessed with the “like” button instead of actively attempting to mine its best talent and then present it to the rest of the world through legitimate channels of outreach.
Saying someone is cool for promoting music is not a sonic element that can appeal to a wider audience. Once underground music focuses again on the music instead of political back scratching cross-promotion schemes, it will begin to grow again. Or it will continue to deteriorate like the punk scenes it grew out of, that were destroyed for the same exact reasons underground country is contracting now. You can only sell so many hoodies to the same people.
Or maybe I’m just bitter because I’ve lost my relevancy.
March 1, 2013 @ 12:34 am
I don’t mean to come across as jumping on your butt Hillbilly Muslim. I just think this is a very important point to get across. People must be honest about the contraction of underground music, and be honest about it’s causes, and make substantive plans on how to turn it around. And in my opinion, it needs to start by improving the quality and creativity of the music and promoting the best music out there, NOT promoting music just because those people are promoting others.
The Hill Billy Muslim
March 1, 2013 @ 1:24 am
Well Trigger man, I know you and Shooter bumped heads which might make you see that everything he does is bad. Shit he told me he wants to kick your ass. lol I dont think your that biased though but unapologetic and honest even if it is to your own determent. Thats one reason why I support your website. Your dam honest. Im tired of dam flattery in society.
Well you said so yourself the underground scene is dying cause of people who were in it are getting older and not enough young people joining the scene. It has nothing to do with his presence or lack of presence. (im trying my best to get some bands for an all ages show out here). But young people who do like more neotraditional country rather than punk fused country respect Shooter still. His music isnt the best but I dont think it is for lack of trying. I do love that song “Outlaw you” which Shooter told me will be on this new album and the fact that Jayke Orvis told me this album is going to kick ass encourage my enthusiasm. Im gonna ask Scott tomorrow his opinion about it if i get a chance.
But no matter how good it is. I am skeptical you will find value in it but poke every hole you can find cause of your past with the guy. I dont blame you. But I aint you so Im gonna support it. If it kicks ass.
BTW i hope you make an article protesting the concert I forward to you on FB.Many of the remaining legends like Hank jr , Loretta Lynn, Kris Kristopherson, WIllie Nelson, are going to be playing with Jason Aldean, Kid Rock, Eric Church, Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, (eeewww), and they are calling it Old Outlaw meets New outlaw. This is in April. I cant seem to make enough noise about it. This is a way to legitimize these shitty pop country bands as real outlaw country music. This is what your website suppose to be about.
March 1, 2013 @ 1:47 am
Well, this discussion we’re having is on a song I gave him two guns up on, and I gave two guns up on “Outlaw You” too. Shooter has always been a mixed bag, and I try to call them like I see them. If only wrote positive reviews from him, the backlash would be just as harsh, just from another angle. Him wanting to “kick my ass” shows how much Shooter needs to grow and learn how to take criticism, especially since he seems so free wheeling with dishing it out himself (see “Outlaw You”). People before music, and no music disagreement is worth getting violent over.
As far as that concert, I am in a holding pattern, waiting for further developments. I understand the beef and I agree with it in some ways, but it is a benefit concert for the Hall of Fame, and they are including folks that normally would not be, so my loyalties are divided at the moment. We’ll see what develops.
March 1, 2013 @ 2:31 am
Living in southern NJ, would I be out of line to suggest some of these artists spend a bit more time up north? If Leroy Virgil, Evan Felker, Jason Eady, or Erick Strickland–I don’t even care if they have bands with them–showed up anywhere within an hour drive and set up a merch table, I’d buy one of everything.
Philadelphia and Chicago have two of the most listened to country stations in the nation if Wikipedia is to be believed, so I’m sure underground country would find an audience if the effort was made.
I don’t know anything about this scene, but it sounds like it’s saturated, and I bet there’s a whole bunch of yanks in novelty cowboy hats that would trade their wallet chain for a Hellbound Glory shirt and a Shooter Jennings hoodie as soon they got the chance.
March 1, 2013 @ 4:02 am
The shrinking of the underground scene I believe is closely related to the take over of XM radio by Sirus. Jesse Scott used too let a lot of new stuff be played on X-Country, but when she was let go and it became Outlaw Country the play list was easily cut in half with tons of repeats of the same songs we’ve been hearing for 40 years now.
March 1, 2013 @ 9:54 am
But wait, I thought that Shooter was saving underground music by playing it on his Sirius show?
The effectiveness of satellite radio, positive or negative, I think is being and has been grossly overvalued in this whole situation. The saturation of Sirius subscribers, and the number of those subscribers who listen to the right channels to hear Shooter’s radio show, or any radio show that would promote underground music is very very small. I don’t want to diminish the importance of it, it is good that Shooter is at least giving some representation to this music on that format. But the idea that somehow that is the magic bullet to commercial viability for underground music has been certifiably disproven over the two years since Shooter’s format change. I think someone’s opinion on how effective satellite radio can be depends on if they are a subscriber or not. XM got bought out by Sirius because the satellite radio format is in contraction, and remains in contraction. Just as traditional radio is.
March 1, 2013 @ 11:56 pm
I’ve never said his show is saving underground country. It might keep it on life support, but it’s not going to save it. And I’ve always thought it was a poorly formatted show anyway. I personally think Mojo Nixon plays better music, but he’s is one of the most annoying DJ’s ever. Coupled with the fact that I work nights I never get to listen to him anyway.
It’s one thing to have a show that spends a few hours every week Vs. the constant exposure that X-Country used to give. I bought so much music because of Jesse Scott, now I rely of guys like you and other websites to let me know whats out there.
But lets face it we are the minority in that most of us, or at least me, 99% of the time automatically reject what ever is playing on the radio and consider it crap. To expect that anybody is going to spend any money on any form of mass media exposure to the underground country is naive. XM tried it with X-country and it obviously didn’t meet Sirius expectations for revenue generation, but apparently a station that flirts with the underground and has a strong relationship with the original outlaws, who are all platinum artist and considered safe by the public now, does meet their expectations.
March 1, 2013 @ 7:29 am
Agree completely – and would emphasize that the infighting between within and between camps of the wider roots music “scene” is a big part of the problem. Judge the music, not the people, what they wear, where they come from, what kind of tattoos they have or don’t have, and so on. Whether hipster or cowpunk, roots fans tend to be way too invested in being the only people who “get” good music, rather than supporting and embracing music wherever it is played. It alienates casual fans and is often dismissive of an artist or an entire sub-genre without a chance. I like that you don’t just decide Shooter is not cool, and so refuse to judge each song on its merits.
March 1, 2013 @ 7:31 am
That should have said embracing good music… the adjective is important.
February 28, 2013 @ 9:02 pm
I really dig this song, and have been looking forward to it’s official release since hearing it on Sons Of Anarchy.
I think Shooter’s vocal talent works best with slow tempo and/or sad/souful songs like this and Family Man’s “Born Again”.
February 28, 2013 @ 11:06 pm
Yes, that kind of slow soulful sound works for him just as much as it worked for his daddy.
March 1, 2013 @ 10:36 am
I think that Sons of Anarchy has done more actual music promotion than any of the actual “Music Television” type channels…..it’s definitely a cross-promotional type of deal but I think it’s great that they have been doing that. The White Buffalo is another that really got a major publicity boost off the show, I hope they continue to carry on!
March 1, 2013 @ 11:02 am
Sons of Anarchy, True Blood, and many other cable shows are reaching out to independent artists to showcase their music, and this results in big exposure, and a big payday for the artists, usually a 5 figures for having their song played to a national audience. But to take advantage of this, artists have to have their music published, and this is something completely neglected by many elements in the underground. Scott Biram and Wayne Hancock have been featured on those shows before because they have the support of Bloodshot behind them, publishing their music and actively trying to find avenues for it.
In my opinion, publishing is the way to solve the riddle of underground country solvency.
TX Music Jim
March 1, 2013 @ 11:26 am
Publishing is a huge component of “the solvency of underground country”. Personally, I think that borrowing a page from the Texas/Red Dirt world could help as well. You mentioned the aging underground country audience and the lack of attracting new younger listiners. Next weekend I’m going to a concert put on every year by KHYI 95.3 in DFW market. Known as a “Texas Music radio Station” Howwever at the show they’ll present everything from Jason Boland and the straglers to The Tournpike Troubadors to Chris Knight, Uncle Lucious, American Aquarium and Two Tons of Steel and others. That covers a very wide range of styles and artists that appeal to a wide age group of folks. I’ll guarntee you there will be teenagers all the way to folks in their 60’s their Broaden the appeal and the wider audience will come. You can do that without sacrificing quality, I beleive.
March 1, 2013 @ 1:07 pm
That’s great! I’m really looking into getting a radio slot on one of our (tiny) community FM stations to start with, but eventually would love to do an hour (or however long I could get) spot on one of the major (pop) country stations…..because so much of this music really does appeal to a much bigger audience, but the problem is that it needs to be placed directly in front of them. (Similar to a hog trough jajaja)
That’s something I’d like to do, if at all possible……you gotta have some kind of goals right? They’ve run the Pinecone Bluegrass Show every Sunday for as long as I can remember, and I think it’s primarily done by selling the advertising….they play a lot of small time / local bluegrass bands along with the classics, but it is strictly bluegrass.
Either way I feel like if they can have a show like that (that plays small time bands), then why not have another “Rural/Americana/Alt-Country/Whatever-the-fuck” music show? I make CD’s for friends to try to tun them onto some good music, and usually tailor it to the person somewhat. Most people fucking love it, and end up getting much more into all this music ONCE THEY FIND OUT IT EXISTS….
March 1, 2013 @ 6:31 am
Yup, good song. I didn’t like “The White Trash Song” either. I was excited to see that Biram was on Leno, but then I heard the song.
I personally hate the “muddy” vocals that have crept into underground country. They are like effects pedals on rock guitars – great in certain contexts, but hideous when used inappropriately and overused to hide deficiencies.
Shooter is hit or miss for me. This was a hit. I think it is about drugs for sure, he rhymes “high and stoned some” with “high and lonesome.”
March 1, 2013 @ 8:51 am
Agreed 110% on the muddy vocals – like you said it works in certain situations (Biram especially comes to mind) but overall I want to actually hear them sing!
Caught Slaid Cleaves last night live in my town….talk about nothing to hide (vocal/content/etc-wise) it was him & another guy called Scappy Jud Newcomb (I’m pretty sure that was it – it wasn’t even on the bill) who played a few of his own songs ass well…..I’m getting off topic but it was just a good example of how the muddy/distorted/whatever-the-fuck is very un-necessary.
Oh and in regards to “the scene” I know Slaid Cleaves is more in the singer/songwriter “genre” but I was surprised by the fact that I was maybe one of 10 people (probably 150-200 total) that was under 40…….I got to start a radio show here or something so many people are missing out on so many awesome live shows…….
As for the song, I get what yall are saying that he can pull off the smoother sound, but honestly for me I’d call it pretty average…..the logo with the skull/horns on the other hand, is pretty badass!
March 1, 2013 @ 5:43 pm
Haven’t even listened to the whole song, but I fell in love with the beginning riff, and from there I knew it was going to be a great song.
March 2, 2013 @ 12:57 pm
This was a pretty good song. Best I’ve heard from him in a while. That other one though not a fan.
March 2, 2013 @ 6:17 pm
Im not going to actually count the words, but out of a five paragraph review, two full paragraphs were used to explain what you DONT like about Shooter and his music, on a POSITIVE review of him. At this point in the game (and with you putting up a negative review of another song by him on the same day) we know that you are not a huge fan of him. As you, and many others say, there is no accounting for taste. However Trig, it seems a little disingenuous that you spend 40% of the time in this review knocking him down. If it was one gun up or even one and a half, then I get why you add the negative, but if it is the highest score, then why is there any negative being mentioned, especially when it isnt about the song at all?
Just food for thought man, but I also assume you post it cause it gets a reaction out of people, which in turn, gets conversations going which in turn helps you out.
March 3, 2013 @ 9:38 am
Since reviews are inherently boring, and are disappearing in music journalism at a rapid rate, I regularly use them to speak about other opinions and issues I feel are effecting the music world. This review is no different.
For example, here is a review of The Highballers, which ended up getting a very positive rating, but started of with 2 1/2 paragraphs of more general negative sentiment about the quality of “real” country releases right now.
At this point, Shooter Jennings is a traffic neutral topic, if not negative on traffic. Sure, it is a sexy topic and gets folks to come here initially, but it also causes drama and makes some people want to ignore or avoid the site long term. In the end the reason I post articles is to get opinions out of me, and the traffic numbers land where they may. It is my job to pay attention to them, but that’s not the underlying reason I cover Shooter. I also post many articles I know very very few people will want to read too. I try to do what I feel is right with the confidence that long term more people than not will get what I’m doing.
March 3, 2013 @ 10:43 am
See Trig this is what bothers me about you. You lie to us on a constant basis and hide your real intentions. It is obvious you hate Shooter. In your articles about worst country songs you persecute him on such a biased and personal level compared to everyone else because obviously his popularity and “polarizing” nature get your goat. But you lie to us about your “fair and balanced” approach. Clearly you have a personal goal in mind to make sure your core base do not begin to become true fans of Shooter. You also chastise him for things you skillfully ignore in others and hide behind excuses like “but Shooter knows better”. You also lie about your intent with traffic. Everyone here knows the artist that gets the most comments and activity is Shooter because your articles about real country music topics which I agree I wish would get more attention just fall by the wayside and if you stuck to writing those type of articles then your site would have just stayed on your Commodore 64 instead of having to upgrade to bigger servers and bigger servers all the way to now where you get so much traffic you had to update to a cable modem. Anyways dude the highballers article was a terrible example. You didn’t spend two paragraphs ripping them apart just to make a point that you think they suck within a positive review. You either are unhealthily obsessed with Shooter or you just are too angry that he has had such a big part in the current crop of bands out there in your “area”. Think Shooter said it best when he said you wanted to own this scene and you got mad when he and the xxx or his radio show were really focusing on it because he was giving light to it all without trying to rule the pile as you have done. You are not a gatekeeper man. You are not a journalist. You are a blogger and you are very very angry at shooter and the sooner you just admit it to yourself and to your base the more we are going to start trusting you. But at this point there is clearly a curtain that hangs between us and you when it comes to Shooter and it bothers alot of us. Most of us. Can you just come clean and admit this? Can you admit that you have a personal vendetta against him that started with xxx, included the departure of outlaw radio, and continued until you felt like you could really dig in on him with the Bucky track? You wrote 5 articles about that song. I mean, we don’t want to read 5 articles about any song you don’t like. But it’s clear you have a vendetta. So come clean stop lying to us an admit you are unable to clearly review or critique Shooter’s music. And either stop covering it or maybe once you come clean you can stop writing hasty in researched personal jab filled articles and we will be able to read them without wanting to throw up. It’s as gooey as if you were in love with him, as some of your early Hank 3 stuff was, which for me made it hard to read because I personally felt hank 3’s music has been riddled with poor songwriting, cliche and juvenile lyrics, terrible rhyme patterns and dried up concepts. But it doesn’t keep me from liking some of it. But again I wouldn’t come here to read a Hank 3 review because it wouldn’t be fair either. And please don’t cite other articles in your reply if you reply because it just makes u look like you have nothing else to say. I know u bashed Ghost to a Ghost. But that felt like a lie too to prove to your doubters that you weren’t in his pocket. That, the Shooter articles, etc really feel disingenuous and your intentions and personal agendas are very transparent. But I’m sure you’ll either delete this comment or reply with a defense but I maybe you can prove a very LARGE base of us wrong by writing a really honest review of Shooter’s new one with NO personal jabs in it. By the way, a lot of folks do appreciate his range of creativity. black Ribbons was a very creative smart album and got you to criticize it for him not wearing the same outfit every album seems to say that you only buy music that dresses the part. That seems false as well in your approach. Just a thought. Have a good day.
March 3, 2013 @ 1:27 pm
“Think Shooter said it best when he said you wanted to own this scene and you got mad when he and the xxx or his radio show were really focusing on it because he was giving light to it all without trying to rule the pile as you have done.”
See, this is the underlying problem. Shooter said that. SHOOTER SAID THAT. That doesn’t mean that it is true in any way. Nowhere will you find a quote, and action, and insinuation, or other evidence from me that this is true. This is damning accusation that Shooter knows makes me look very bad, and so that is why he pushes it. I have gone out of my way for years to say that “scene” is a bad word, and have been doing everything I can over the last couple of years to divest myself from ANY “scene” of any sort. “Scenes” are where good music goes to die. They can be good at planting the initial roots an artist or project needs to get started, but after that, they must divest themselves to grow. That is what we’ve seen with artists like Hellbound Glory, Rachel Brooke, and Larry & His Flask. They had to get away from the “scene” to find real opportunity, and they are much better off for that. Saving Country Music is much better off for that as well. The “scene” that Shooter is all about promoting, 50% of the music in it I want no business with, and is so embarrassing, I must go out of my way to make sure it is not associated with this site. Shooter can have the “scene,” I want no part of it. The “scene” needs to start focusing on quality, and not this spinning-tire approach of incestuous cross promotion, and business plans structured around the $40 hoodie and Facebook as an information outlet.
“But you lie to us about your “fair and balanced” approach.”
Are you kidding me? I run a site that takes pictures of pop country stars faces and photoshops them on douche bottles. Yes, I do try to bring impartiality to my reviews, including Shooter’s, but nobody is claiming this is CNN. We’re all bias to an extent. Is it such a hard thing to understand that maybe I just don’t like some of Shooter’s music, but still think that some of its good? Or are his fans so bias that the only way to explain someone not liking Shooter is to say that they’re a liar?
And again, as for this “traffic” issue, you can go on Facebook right now and find dozens of people saying they will never come back to this site because of my Shooter reviews. At this point, Shooter is in no way the most exciting topic around here. Does he get some hits? Sure, but likely at the long-term detriment of traffic. So in the end I just do my best to be honest, and hope in the end people will respect that.
March 3, 2013 @ 7:23 pm
I’d just like to point out that if Trigger was only worried about site traffic, he’d stop posting articles about anything but pop country. His article about Blake Shelton a while back got 500+ comments in a matter of days. This has just over 30 in 3 or 4 days.
March 3, 2013 @ 8:34 pm
The problem is that since many Shooter fans only come here to read the Shooter articles, they believe all I do is sit here and roast him over and over because that is all they see. Shooter and his todies were noticeably silent when the rest of the country music world erupted in rage over Blake Shelton’s comments. So Shooter is going to criticize John Mayer for his haircut, but gives Blake Shelton a pass? They have no idea all the fallout and reverberations from that incident, and what huge opportunity it could have been for them to unite under a common purpose.
The Jason Aldean roast I did of “1994” a week or two ago got more traffic than both these Shooter reviews combined.
The other thing I find alarming is this sense that traffic is a bad thing. This is the equivalent to band wanting less people at their live shows and to sell fewer CD’s. It is my job to generate traffic. It’s just not my only job. I’m beholden to the principles I started this site with, or it would all be for naught.
March 2, 2013 @ 11:38 pm
He NEEDS the posts and comments. That is what drives him. Imaging if you were a single, middle aged man, alone in Austin all day, every day, and all you had was a website to keep you relevant. You would need to make articles that get peoples attention. You would strive off that attention and LIVE off that attention. If he had a wife, and some kids, he likely wouldn’t care all that much about being the biggest kid on the block. But, the sad fact is, this man starves for us to come to this site to bitch and moan. And, I will admit, I am an insect in his web. We all are. But, we all hate him. How fucking odd. But, I check this site at least twice a week, and more when I comment, to see and chuckle at his 5 paragraph responses, because they give the office and wife (and myself) a good laugh. This man is a pawn. He has no friends, no wife, and no social life outside of this website, that tops, has 50,000 hits a week (not too much compared to real news sites). Give him a break! Feed into his nonsense and keep commenting. I sure will. It is fun to take advantage of an odd human that is not normal and common.
March 3, 2013 @ 12:57 pm
Though all of your observances are based on assumptions, some of which are somewhat true, some of which are completely false, this comment…
“an odd human that is not normal and common.
…I would say is a pretty fair and accurate assessment.
March 4, 2013 @ 11:00 am
Don’t feed the trolls especially the illiterate ones
March 3, 2013 @ 11:38 am
Nice song. Kind of a ’70s California country rock vibe in a good way. Very warm vocals from Shooter. And yes, Patty does a very good job on harmony vocal. She’s starting to carve out an Emmylou-like niche in that area.
March 3, 2013 @ 6:03 pm
Trainwreck why do you bother?
March 3, 2013 @ 7:27 pm
Personally, I don’t like Shooter. I’ve tried to listen to all of his albums, but I just can’t get into most of the songs. Sure there’s usually one or two that I think is alright, but I’d rather listen to pretty much anyone else. And Trig is the most honest reviewer I’ve ever seen. I know if I were him, and I had to put up with all this shit from Shooter and his fans, I’d rip Shooter a new one every chance I got. But Trig’s a better man than I. Keep it up Trig.
March 13, 2013 @ 10:28 am
Just bought this album yesterday and wow. Have to say this is my favorite Shooter album since “Electric Rodeo”. Enjoy the whole album but the real standout here is the title track and Gunslinger. Hope you plan on reviewing it, Trig. Interested in what you think. Although I understand why you wouldn’t want to as you know it will start the inevitable shitfest in the comments. 😛
March 14, 2013 @ 3:22 pm
Boring song, and he sounds like he’s straining his vocal chords. I hope this isn’t supposed to be the hit song from the album. I’ve never seen him live, but I can’t see him pullin this one off too well.