Swamp Dogg reissues out today from Alive Naturalsound; download two free tracks

52h4_SwampDoggTotalDestruction52h4_SwampDoggRatOn Legendary psychedelic soul bluesman Swamp Dogg's first two albums, Total Destruction to Your Mind and Rat On! see reissue today via Alive Naturalsound. I've had a chance to listen to both, and they sound amazing. They've still got that swamp funk to them, but the remastering job is just absolutely stellar. For those used to vinyl rips and bootleg CDs, these brand-new LP reissues (and first-time official CD releases) will blow your mind. Hopefully, this will lead to a new generation of folks getting into this somewhat lost musician. While Swamp Dogg's songs have been covered by the likes of Galactic, it don't mean shit to be known if folks can't get your music. Now that's the case. Both LPs are available from the Bomp! store. Check out two tracks from the reissues below. MP3: Swamp Dogg, "Creeping Away" (from Rat On!) MP3: Swamp Dogg, "If I Die Tomorrow" (from Total Destruction to Your Mind)

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Dewar MacLeod's Kids of the Black Hole: Punk Rock In Postsuburban California is due out this November from the University of Oklahoma Press.

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