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Eddie Spaghetti goes with Bloodshot

Friday, November 12, 2010 – Eddie Spaghetti, best known as the front man of the "punk-and-roll" outfit The Supersuckers, is set to release his third solo record in February, his first for Bloodshot Records.

"Sundowner" features several new Spaghetti original compositions - Never Thought I Would and the title track. The disc drops Feb. 22.

"I am and always will be a Supersucker, no matter what I do with the rest of my life, you know?," Spaghetti said. "That said, this record is ridiculous. It's so good. I've never been more proud of anything I've ever done. Toot-toot! Is that my own horn I'm blowing? I guess it is. Well, somebody's gotta do it."


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CD review - The Value of Nothing If you took Bob Seger and worked him over a while with a wood rasp, then you might get Eddie Spaghetti, metamorphically speaking. While on the subject, his music might best be called contact metamorphism, where Spaghetti's music is the magma being injected into country rock. This isn't music you would play at a church picnic. Spaghetti, aka the lead singer of The Supersuckers, wasn't very happy with the world when he penned Fuckin' With My Head, but his mood lightens - ...
CD review - Sundowner Toned down and low-key are not words that leap immediately to mind when describing Eddie Spaghetti. In his regular gig as the front man for The Supersuckers, there isn't much call for subtlety. His solo efforts - "Sundowner" is his third - lean more to country than rock, and there's a lot more restraint on display. On an album that consists mainly of covers, he avoids overemphasizing stylistic differences, and instead delivers straightforward versions of songs from Johnny Cash ...
CD review - Old No. 2 Eddie Spaghetti is the leader of The Supersuckers, a rock band with a whole lot of country music in its blood. This solo release is almost completely country, however. Spaghetti's scratchy vocals won't give either George Jones or Merle Haggard a run for their money, but because he sings these 11 songs with complete sincerity, all is forgiven. There aren't any country standards included here, but you might say everything is done in a country way. The disc opens with Bob Dylan's "Tonight I'll Be ...


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