- Summary: The actor/singer/songwriter (and father of recording artists Martha and Rufus) is joined by Bill Frisell (and others) on his first disc in five years.
- Record Label: Sovereign Artists
- Genre(s): Folk, Singer-Songwriter
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Once his political songs fell flat because he wasn't scared or angry enough. Now when he's a shit you wonder why you should care--which is kind of hip-hop, don't you think?--but Bush has him so scared and angry he makes up for it, with a dedicated posse of El Lay studio vets getting in their licks.
StaggerLeeMay 16, 2005One of his best ever!
[Anonymous]Jun 29, 2005Good but not great. Worth it for a few Loudo gems and the crack band. "Last Man on Earth" is much better.
frankwMay 11, 2005nothing like as good as he can be
artthomasFeb 9, 2006Although I have not heard every one of Loudon's albums, this one made me think he has lost his muse or he isn't even trying anymore. It's hard for me to believe that he liked these songs.… Expand
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