Sold Out to the Devil: A Collection of Gospel Cuts by the Rev. Scott H. Biram
You've been warned.
Limited edition, remastered collection of Scott H. Biram's unique, demented twist on gospel music, featuring a previously unreleased song and two songs that have never been on vinyl.
Limited to 1000 "I See the Light" White vinyl LPs, 1000 CDs.
Bundle with the screen-printed poster. (If you want it rolled, not folded, go here.)
For our 25th anniversary, we summoned 10 songs from the good Rev. Biram's God-fearing side of his psyche. Includes unreleased and pre-Bloodshot material.
Stay on the side of the righteous and the raucous with this Sunday-morning-hurts-after-Saturday-night collection.
Romans 12:15 - Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.
Known as The Dirty Ol’ One Man Band, Scott H. Biram has a deceiving penchant for songs about God, religion, and spirituality. (The guy survived being hit head-on by an 18-wheeler at 75 MPH, after all.) Each of his releases has incorporated music representing his religious fervor and appreciation for traditional Gospel music—just in some cases, Biram spins them in a perverse, hellbound way that only he can.
For our 25th anniversary, we summoned 10 songs from the Rev. Biram's God-fearing side of his psyche. The album includes a previously unreleased, and enrapturing, cover of the Louvin Brothers' "Broadminded," as well as the first vinyl pressing of "Get Me Religion (Preachin' the Blues)" and "God Don't Work (Like a Natural Man)," from Scott's self-released, pre-Bloodshot album Preachin' & Hollerin'.