MP3 Rumble Club - Rides Tonight
There’s an obvious Social Distortion/Johnny Cash-heavy influence to the band’s rockabilly sound, particularly due to Coray’s natural low-tenor, that sets Rumble Club apart from many bands in this speed-billy, car-crazy genre. Rock ''n'' Roll Purgatory
11 MP3 Songs in this album (32:18) !
Related styles: ROCK: Psychobilly, ROCK: Rockabilly
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Rumble Club is a psychobilly band from the Cincinnati, OH/Covington, KY area led by singer Jack Coray. There’s an obvious Social Distortion/Johnny Cash-heavy influence to the band’s psychobilly sound, particularly due to Coray’s natural low-tenor, that sets Rumble Club apart from many bands in this speed-billy, car-crazy genre. This is a good, solid spaghetti-western-sounding (“Drive ‘Em On” stands out) psychobilly disc that will likely find many fans with grease in their hair and hot rods on their minds. That said, it would have been nice for the disc to have included one or perhaps a few more standard, slower country-sounding tracks (“The Country Way” comes close) to highlight the bands songwriting and Coray’s vocals. After all, it’s not everyday that a singer comes along with a Cash-like voice. Overall, a fine disc worth a listen for any modern rockabilly fan. – Bram, Rock ''n'' Roll Purgatory
10/12/07: Rumble Club has inked a record deal with Hairball8/Grease & Ink Records. On 11/27 this CD is being re-released with new artwork. The remainder of these CD''s will continue to sell while stock lasts. Once they''re gone they are gone, So if you want to own the original release order it today!
"Like the Clash, if they were American and more concerned with cars than politics". "The Meanist Band in Town!" was formed in 2004 this rugged Kentucky based four piece is led by Jack Coray with his deep-as-the-Mississippi Cashesque vocals and rampaging guitar, together with headlong accompaniment of upright bass and drums make for fast-paced nitro-fueled music that cuts full-on Hellbilly with western voicings, countryish bopping and fireball psych storming. The current line up for Rumble Club inclues Alex "Bones" Becket on the Doghouse Bass, Chewy Clark on Rhythm Guitar and Tim Heinrich on Drums.
The CD has been described as “high-octane songs that buzz with the spirit of vintage Rockabilly and burn with the fire of classic Punk”. "Hellbilly all the way!" The CD has ten original songs, and a bonus track of Golden Earring’s 80’s pop hit done Hillbilly style "Johnny Cash singing a Golden Earring song!".
The CD was voted one of the best local releases in 2005 by Cincinnati’s Citybeat Magazine, and was a favorite of several Indie and College radio stations world wide. It hit #2 on KVUC 1190 Boulder Colorado’s top 30 albums.
RUMBLE CLUB- Rumble Club Rides Tonight (Rumble Club Records) Highly appropriate alternate title: Guns, Pussy, Hot Rods & Beer. (And it’s weird how this sometimes happens, but in another piece I’m currently working on for Askew, I just mentioned how this is also the title of a mix I made in 1995. Probably why it so easily popped into my head while listening to this, but it’s totally fitting here). These Kentuckians play authentic, hot rockabilly that’ll have you wishin’ you were a got-dang hayseed just like them. Deep, clear, at times Cash-like vocals, smokin’ lead guitar, F#$!k-thumping standup bass and relentless, rattletrap drums all come together perfectly on this 11-song disc. I’m going to award my first annual Golden Fruit Jar Award (filled with a fiery, vomit-inducing quantity of moonshine and a couple dead flies floating on top, of course) to “Drive ‘Em On.” It’s a blasting, psychobilly-tinged Spaghetti Western-ish wailer that makes Ennio Morricone seem like he left his balls in his wife’s purse in comparison, and it absolutely rules. And while there are a bunch of great originals (at least I think these are originals, but how the f#$! would I really know? All these hillbillies sent us was a loose CD-R with no accompanying information- a CD-R that also temporarily crashed the sound on my computer, no less) on Rumble Club Rides Tonight, their brilliant cover of Golden Earring’s “Twilight Zone” alone makes this disc completely worth buying. They beautifully morph this ‘80s cheeseball anthem into a rockabilly pounder that’s just a joy to hear. This disc has many moments where it’s hotter than two foxes F#$!kin’ in a forest fire, and I bet Rumble Club is even better live. –Ben Hunter
NOV./DEC. RM REVIEW: Rumble Club "Rumble Club Rides Tonight" (Rumble Club Records) 2005 This rugged and stalwart Kentucky trio is a "can''t miss" entry in the neo-billy field. They''ve honed a solid and addictive brand of rockin'' that''s sure to please. All sound good and motivated - this is a fun disc and a furious one. Jack Coray''s deep-as-the-Mississippi, Cashesque vocals and rampaging guitar, together with headlong accompaniment by slapper Slimtone Osborn and drummer Matt Walsh, make for a disc most remarkable. This fast-paced and nitro-fueled music cuts full-on rockabilly with western voicings, countryish bopping and fireball psych storming. As likely to remind listeners of the Reverend Horton Heat as of Johnny Cash. One Kentucky pundit called Rumble Club "like the Clash, if they were American and more concerned with cars than politics." RECOMMENDED TRACKS: "My 56," "Lord Have Mercy," "Fantasma Juan," "The Rumble Club" https://www.tradebit.com https://www.tradebit.com FIVE STARS
Blue Suede News Magazine
Rumble Club is a bad ass Psychobilly-Rockabilly trio from Kentucky. The guys deliver an edgy mix of aggressive Psychobilly with fuzz tone guitar sound, fast Neo-Rockabilly mixed with eerie Johnny Cash sound-a-like Western Bop music and Cow-Punk.