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The Bottle Rockets released their self-titled first album in 1993. The Brooklyn Side followed on East Side Digital, in 1994, to resounding critical acclaim. In 1995, the Bottle Rockets then signed with Atlantic Records, which re-released The Brooklyn Side. The single "Radar Gun" was a hit on rock radio-reaching No. 27 on Billboard's rock chart-and the band toured extensively to support the album. The band appeared on the television show Late Night with Conan O'Brien performing one of their original songs as well as being featured in a comedic skit
Includes unlimited streaming of Bottle Rockets and the Brooklyn Side via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days. Purchasable with gift card. When The Bottle Rockets hit the scene in the mid '90s, the world wasn't quite sure what to do with them. With their punk- rock pedigrees and arena-rock energy, their teen storytelling and their romantic hearts sewn bare on their denim sleeves, the pride of Festus, MO confounded musical generalities as they laid waste to clubs across the Midwest and then, soon enough, the nation.
But Festus, Missouri quartet Bottle Rockets not only held the moral, working-class compass of the ’90s al. ountry wave, they – with their ferocious Skynryd-meets-Crazy Horse thunder – rocked harder than the whole lot. Later, the Drive-By Truckers took their blueprint and ran with it. Nothing fancy: their amped-up country/rock is as meat-and-potatoes as you can ge. By the time of 1995’s Brooklyn Side, the group was slicked-up a tick, courtesy of producer Eric Ambel, enough to unveil more range. Tears-in-your-beer balladry ( Queen Of The World ). In short – a monumental album. 19 bonus tracks – acoustic demos, live cuts, pre-Rockets material – plus generous notes, photos and testimonials, provide perspective amid an embarrassment of riches. Luke Torn Visit our dedicated features section, with plenty of our best long pieces archived there. You can find it here.
While the Bottle Rockets' brand of Skynyrd-esque raunch & roll is considerably more good-timey than most of the band's roots rock brethren, their incisive, provocative songwriting skills set them squarely among the genre's elite
Bottle Rockets/The Brooklyn Side. This reissue of the first two Bottle Rockets albums from '93 and '94 brings back with startling clarity how in tune Henneman was with the times, lyrically foreshadowing the decline of the middle class amid the rise of urban sprawl and taking well-aimed shots at unchecked racism and political correctness, all while leading his band like Warren Zevon fronting Crazy Horse.
The Bottle Rockets: The Brooklyn Side (1994) Imagine for a moment that the survivors of the Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash in 1977 had decided to keep going and had replaced Ronnie Van Zant and Steve Gaines with The Clash’s Joe Strummer and Mick Jones. The reborn band would have had it all: redneck country-rock with in-your-face class consciousness and Cockney punk-rock with swing and guitar chops. It would have sounded a lot like the Bottle Rockets on this, their second album, The Brooklyn Side With new songwriting partner Doyle Bramhall at his side, Vaughan veered toward rock ‘n’ roll on rave-ups like The House Is Rockin’ and Scratch-N-Stiff, putting more pianos and horns in his Texas gumbo and consequently earning more airplay on rock radio. He also faced his substance abuse head-on in crossover songs like Tightrope and Crossfire, the latter becoming his first and only No. 1 hit.