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Waltz a Crossdress Texas (Saustex)

Hickoids branded Austin's 1980s alt.country with punk swagger that imploded in a haze of substance abuse and buzzard luck. Not to be deterred, Waltz a Crossdress Texas proves that cleaning up not only didn't compromise their legendary disregard ("Brand New Way," "Git Back in the Truck"); it allowed them to reissue this out-of-print eight-song EP and depict Willie Nelson in a dress. Still guaranteed to offend somebody.

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