It sounds familiar and unique at the same time.
This album is less of the swamp music sound that is associated with Creedence Clearwater Revival and is more of a soulful jam band sound.
Highly Suspect sounds like a two-piece garage band had a one night stand with a three-piece punk band.
This album is not just good 50s/60s rock n roll, it is also American history.
It sounds as if punk garage rock has been run through a filter of 1950s poodle skirts and bobby socks and then heavily distorted.
I am pretty sure that I am 1% blacker because I listened to this album.
It sounds the way it should. It is heavy where it needs to be and filled with catchy tunes that will make you nod your head in time
Owning this 45 makes me wish that I owned a jukebox. And a bar. Or maybe a bowling alley.
Have you ever been in the mood to smack a tourist in the face with your skateboard as your ride down the boardwalk in Long Beach? Well, just in case that urge comes over you, this is your soundtrack for such an occasion.
It is soulful funky blues with a little country spice.
The good reverend is rockabilly/Texas psychobilly, but the two songs on this 7″ are not the normal rocking and fast-paced songs that the band is known for.
Vocally, Hank III sounds like his grandfather, Hank Williams, Sr., and his voice fits perfectly with songs about moonshine, drug abuse, and drinking problems.