from Drag Snake Records, 2015
Hands down one of the best albums to come out of the South this year. DRR's “Wrongheaded” is a true-to-life, raw-sounding record that jumps out of the speakers. Revved up roots, garage, Southern rock– it's all here. Even a few gritty alt-Americana tunes.
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from Alternative Tentacles Records, 2012
For over 20 years, Louisiana Music Hall of Famer Bill "Diamond" Davis has made his band Dash Rip Rock Louisiana's edgiest cultural export. Recorded at the infamous Studio in the Country, "Black Liquor" effortlessly melds rock, swamp, garage, and punk influences into one blistering guitar album with a haunting and quirky indie country ballad and pop voodoo paean rounding it out. This album brings classic Dash back home with it's straightforward songwriting, authentic roots, and raw talent honed by years of touring - the future of Southern Rock here today.
from Alternative Tentacles Records, 2005
Some of Dash Rip Rock's baddest, bawdiest tunes all in one spot! This compilation of outrageously raucous countrified punk shows DRR's serious chops with a few parodies and piss-takes of rock classics are in a league all their own, as evidenced by their hit single, "Let's Go Smoke Some Pot.
Classic album from the undisputed kings of Southern Country Punk! Hee Haw Hell is a country punk opera based on Dante's Inferno?!? With spoken parts and good ol' rock-n-roll, Dash Rip Rock tells the story of Donkey's tour of Hell (populated by ghosts of Lynyrd Skynrd and hippie jam bands) with Ol' Virg. As if a cowpunkified version of a 14th century Italian epic poem isn't enough, guest stars (including Jello Biafra, Mojo Nixon, The Upper Crust, Supagroup, Bill Lloyd, and others) guarantee that Hee Haw Hell is a true piece de resistance!