Must've Been High

Must've Been High

by Supersuckers



Bouncing back from the setback of Sacrilecious, the Supersuckers recorded their most ambitious album with Must've Been High. Using their garagey, post-hardcore punk as a launching pad, they delve deeply into country, even recording with Willie Nelson on one cut. Tellingly, the Supersuckers sound their best when they go for a snotty update of cowpunk -- compared with their metal and Stooges-obsessed contemporaries, the band sounds positively fresh with the little bit of twang. There are a couple of shaky moments, but overall, Must've Been High is an intoxicating concoction of fiery riffs, goofy humor and punk attitude.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/25/1997
Label: Sub Pop
UPC: 0098787038026
catalogNumber: 380

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Supersuckers   Primary Artist
Mickey Raphael   Harmonica,Echo Harp
Dan Bolton   Electric Guitar
Brantley Kearns   Fiddle,Mandolin
Brian Thomas   Banjo,Dobro,Pedal Steel Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar
Kelley Deal   Vocals
Dancing Eagle   Cymbals,Drums
Eddie Spaghetti   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Vocals
Jesse Dayton   Acoustic Guitar
Renaldo Allegre   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Supersuckers   Composer
Mickey Raphael   Contributor
Dan Bolton   Composer
Randall Hage Jamail   Producer
Eddie Spaghetti   Composer
John Dunleavy   Engineer
Ron Heathman   Composer
Whiting Tennis   Illustrations
John Dunleavy   Engineer
D. Bland   Composer

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Must've Been High 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
slap aside all the whiney pop country crap you hear on the radio or see on cmt. This album boots all that to curb.