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Limited edition root beer brown 2LP vinyl! Only 1000 copies exist.
Ryan Bingham uses the arid flatlands and empty highways of Texas as his muse on his major-label debut 'Mescalito', a bilingual collection of Americana that often delves into roadhouse country-rock. Years of sleeping outside rodeo arenas in a truck bed have done a number on Bingham's throat, and when he croaks lyrics like, "I've been working in the goddamn sun for just one dollar a day," it's all too tempting to believe him. When he's singing about marijuana plants or casually slipping into Spanish during a Mexican ballad, Bingham truly distinguishes himself from his country contemporaries, playing the rugged outlaw to Nashville's smoother pop-country acts.
1. Southside of Heaven 2. The Other Side 3. Bread and Water 4. Don't Wait for Me 5. Boracho Station 6. Sunshine 7. Ghost of Travelin' Jones 8. Hard Times 9. Dollar a Day 10. Take It Easy Mama 11. Long Way from Georgia 12. Ever Wonder Why 13. Sunrise 14. For What It's Worth