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Newest release from the veteran Texas-based rocker. By day, Jim Heath is a mild-mannered musical historian well-versed in the birthing days of rock and roll. But when the sun goes down, he straps on his signature Gretsch 6120, steps up to the mike and is transformed into Reverend Horton Heat, a hellfire-spewing, rock and roll dare-demon. Heath and longtime confidant and slap-bass general Jimbo Wallace have polished up their 12th release, Whole New Life, which Heath calls "the most positive material I have ever written. It focuses heavily on rock and roll but there is a human interest parallel - songs about growing up poor, vices, marriage, having children and walking the rapturous streets of America. Call it a new twist on an old sound, Whole New Life was recorded between Fun Guy Studios and Modern Electric in the band's hometown of Dallas. The eleven track rumination features new sticksman Arjuna 'RJ' Contrera.
Side A : 01. Whole New Life 02. Hog Tyin' Woman 03. Hate To See You Cry 04. Got It In My Pocket 05. Don't Let Go Of Me
Side B : 01. Ride Before You Fall 02. Tchoupitoulas Street 03. Sunrise Through The Power Lines 04. Wonky 05. Perfect 06. Viva Las Vega