This sophomore Southern gothic tour de force by the former front-man of the House Levellers opens with "Get Back Up," a song that soaks into your veins; it's grungy guitar and bluesy harmonica hypnotise you for the telling tales that follow. This swampy blues-rocker paints a picture of Capps' life in New Orleans in his early 20s. With a Southern drawl that drips from his lips, Capps narrates a time when he lived in a place that "ain't on a map" and that had a "horse and a train and a garden in the back yard." He recalls this "rotten paradise" as a reminder of where he's been and as a reminder to keep persevering, whatever the odds.
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