The Meteors - Doing The Lord's Work | RECORD STORE DAY
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Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing. Over more than three decades, The Meteors have been fiercely carrying the banner of pure psychobilly. Raucous, die-hard and wildly entertaining mix of rockabilly, country, surf and punk rock combined with horror themes, 2012's Doing The Lord's Work would be the perfect accompaniment during a visit to the bar in Dusk Til Dawn, or a night hammering tequila and breaking the law. P. Paul Fenech and his band of rebels excel in extending their middle finger salute to everyone and everything on this barn-stormer, including an inspired Morricone-esque cover of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" that has to be one of the best out there. Invented in 1980 as a sound of their own, psychobilly has grown into a world-wide genre with The Meteors on the throne as undisputed kings. The soundtrack for pagan rituals, bar fights and brawls, drinking sessions, and desert motorbike racing, newly remastered and reissued here on colored vinyl!