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Plan 9 Records July 13, 2006

‘Plan 9 Records July 13, 2006’ by Drive-By Truckers is a live album recorded at the titular record shop in Richmond, Virginia. It sees the southern rockers run through favourites such as the country blues number ‘Daddy’s Cup’, strained rock monster ‘18 Wheels of Love’ and the Neil Young-influenced crunch of 'Let There Be Rock’. Now a successful solo artist, Jason Isbell was a member of the band at the time. of this record's taping.

Drive-By Truckers
The Unraveling

Great news for readers of Uncut magazine....there's a new Drive By Truckers album in town. The magazine's flagship band haven't released a record in three years which is a long time for them but leader Patterson Hood has been struggling with writers block brought on with worrying about how to convey the very mess the world is in. Thankfully he started to look closer to home, to matters of the heart for inspiration and found that his band were at the peak of their powers on an album that mixes the politics with the personal. 
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Live From Austin, TX

'Live From Austin, TX' by Drive-By Truckers was recorded whilst they were touring their eighth album 'Brighter Than Creation’s Dark' in 2008. The band was on top form at that point, so it’s lucky it was all recorded, really. As live performances go, this one was right up there from the Americana oddballs. 

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The New OK

One year, two studio albums, a live album - Drive By Truckers are putting all their unspent touring energy into releasing records in 2020. 'The New OK' follows their excellent album 'The Unravelling'. The songs were recorded during the same sessions as 'The Unravelling', and what started as an EP quickly expanded to be their thirteenth album. It features heartfelt Americana songs inspired by protests, pandemics and politics. 

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The Dirty South

If Uncut magazine still exists ( I think it does...just) then Drive By Truckers are probably still its house band. The Dirty South is the southern alt-country band's fifth album and their second concept album about where they grew up. It features songwriting shared out amongst the various members with leader Patterson Hood taking somewhat of a back seat but it is a fascinating document of the mythology of the south. 10/10 - Uncut magazine.  

Adam's House Cat
Town Burned Down

Any of you cats like Drive-By Truckers? Then this one’s for you. Before forming DBT Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley were in Adam’s House Cat. Formed in 1985, they recorded one album in 1990 that never made it to the pressing plant. Nearly thirty years on and that LP is now seeing the light of day. Town Burned Down isn’t as refined a Southern rock record as the stuff Cooley and Hood would go on to create down the line, but there are still some fine tunes on here that make it worth a listen.

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American Band

Drive-By Truckers celebrate their twentieth anniversary with their eleventh album, very directly titled American Band. It is of course a strange and heavy time to be American, and that’s how the Truckers feel about it. This is a political record that tries to emphasise what's good, over songs that do slightly new things for the Drive-By Truckers. On ATO Records.

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This Weekend's The Night

Drive-By Truckers fans of the world rejoice, the band are releasing recordings of their three-night residency at San Fransisco’s Filmore venue. For the shows they reached deep into their Southern rocking back catalogue to present the full span of their music. This Weekend’s The Night takes 13 of the best tracks from the shows.

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It's Great To Be Alive!

Drive-By Truckers fans of the world rejoice, the band are releasing recordings of their three-night residency at San Fransisco’s Filmore venue. For the shows they reached deep into their Southern rocking back catalogue to present the full span of their music. It’s Great To Be Alive! presents a remarkable 35 songs, on 3 CDs or 5 LPs! On ATO Records.

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Ugly Buildings, Whores, and Politicians: Greatest Hits 1998–2009

If you’ve always wanted to get into Drive-By Truckers but have never found the time, then Ugly Buildings, Whores And Politicians is the record for you. A semi-ironic ‘greatest hits’ set, this compilation features highlights of the band’s first seven LPs as well as a little dip into 2009’s rarities collection The Fine Print. Southern rock done right.

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Live in Studio

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Go Go Boots - PROMOTIONAL POSTER

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Go-Go Boots

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Pizza Deliverance

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The Big To Do

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Gangstabilly

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A Blessing And A Curse

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