made their name with their third single, "Feed Jake," which had a video that became country music's version of Old Yeller. The rest of the debut is a cross between Alabama
country and Southern rock. (The album starts with a speeded-up version of "Honky Tonk Blues," if that's a hint at what's to come.) There are a few twists, though, namely a Guy Clark
song ("I Take My Comfort in You") and a surf-country instrumental.