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Classic Album Review: Agriculture Club | Farmageddon

These Calgary cow-punks meld guitar-rawk, barnburning punk and outlaw country.

This came out in 2003 – or at least that’s when I got it. Here’s what I said about it back then (with some minor editing):


Tired of waiting for the next Supersuckers album? You can always tide yourself over with Farmageddon, the debut full-length from Alberta bounders Agriculture Club.

These Calgary cowpunks have the same rumpled hats and yoke-collar shirts; the same musical hybrid of Marshall-stack guitar-rawk, pedal-to-the-metal punk and outlaw country; the same dusty twang in their vocals; and the same redneck lyrics about liquor, wimmen, drugs, killing, trucks, Clint, fun with livestock, being hassled by the man and, er, prison rape. Yee-haw.