Cody Jinks – I’m Not The Devil

The cry of the pedal steel on I’m Not The Devil is sometimes heartbreaking; the fiddle solos somehow make you feel lonely; the lyrics can cause a sadness to well up inside that waters your eyes, but brings along with it a small grin.

Mötley Crüe – Shout at the Devil

There is a lightheartedness to the music that makes it great to turn up loud and lose yourself in the 80s glam.

Southern Family

I want to get drunk to this record.  I want to cry with this record.  I want to make love to this record.

Avenged Sevenfold – The Stage

The Stage sounds like Andrew Lloyd Webber dropped acid, went to a Rush concert, and decided to hire metal musicians to play the soundtrack to his drug-induced visions.

Willie and the Poor Boys

Willie and the Poor Boys jams when it comes to rocking out on a piano and can hold its own against any similar record.