"Make no mistake, folks. Hank Williams III is definitely a country singer. Despite the work he’s done in metal and punk, country is the man’s forte. Hell, it’s in his blood. Having not heard much of the original Hank Williams or Hank Jr., I can’t really say if this sounds just like the original Hank Williams, but I can say that I was listening to the album while an old man was fixing some things around the house and he thought I was listening to the original Hank Williams! Make no mistake, Hank 3 wrote a real country album. Yes, as in fiddles and banjos, not the pop-country that gets played on the television and radio these days. Some have even opted to use the term “Rebel Country” to divert it from that pop-injected mumbo jumbo. This is about as hillbilly or redneck as things can possibly be – and living in the south, it’s the music that represents life down here pretty well. With song titles like “Hurtin’ For Certin”, “Lookey Yonder Commin” (about Hank’s hunting dog) and “Possum In A Tree,” it really doesn’t get any more southern than this..."
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