Nut Suite. Mini reviews of albums old and new. Minimum words. No fuss. No spoilers [?]. Occasional smugs.

Monday, November 28, 2011

THE RUGBURNS / Mommy, I'm Sorry [1995]

Acting like the bridge that connects the folksy based Morning Wood and the punkier Taking The World By Donkey, The Rugburns' EP Mommy, I'm Sorry is the 2nd of their only 3 releases.
The Rugburns was pretty much songwriter Steve Poltz's way to announce the things that ticked him off in the world. Nothing big but enough to laugh at and enjoy like he's lost everything all ready.
Packed with 5 storytelling songs and one Sesame Street theme cover, Mommy, I'm Sorry is good quick fun that leaves no bitter aftertaste.

3 dead deers on LSD out of 5

Songs Of Note: Dick's Automotive; Skyfuckingline Of Toronto

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