Robbie Fulks's 1996 Debut Album 'Country Love Songs' to be Released on Vinyl LP for First Time

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June 27th, 2019 by bsradmin

As part of our 25th anniversary celebration, Robbie Fulks's landmark 1996 debut album Country Love Songs will be made available on vinyl LP for the first time ever on July 26th!! Pre-order the 180-gram heavyweight black vinyl with liner notes and drawings by Mr. Fulks himself. 

The surprise hit of 1996, it served notice that: a) Country music did NOT have to suck b) that Robbie was a top-notch songwriter and performer and c) things in the underground country scene were never going to be the same.

Co-produced by Steve Albini, and features appearances by the Skeletons, and Tom Brumley (of the Buckaroos!), and drop-dead, now-classic honky tonk gems like "Every Kinda Music But Country," "The Buck Starts Here," and the sing-a-long fave "She Took A Lot Of Pills (And Died)." Foodies will love "The Scrapple Song," duet fetishists will adore "We'll Burn Together" and sinners will love "Let's Live Together."
 

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