Beasts Of Bourbon

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Song TitleYear Released *Song Rank
Psycho 1999 227,999
Chase the Dragon 1991 269,014
Cocksucker Blues 1991 381,131
The Low Road 1991 387,423
Drop Out 1993 379,354
Evil Ruby 2009 416,718
Just Right 1991 413,401
Love and Death 1993 451,494
Save Me a Place 1993 438,633
Ride On 1991 433,760
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Alternative rock
blues rock
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Year(s) Active
1983 (1983)–1985 (1985), 1987 (1987)–1993 (1993), 1996 (1996)–1997 (1997), 2003 (2003)–2008 (2008), 2013 (2013)–present
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Green/Big Time
Red Eye
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Beasts of Bourbon are an Australian alternative rock, blues rock band formed in August 1983, with James Baker on drums (ex-Hoodoo Gurus), Spencer P. Jones on guitar (The Johnnys), Tex Perkins on vocals (Dum Dums), Kim Salmon on guitar and Boris Sujdovic on bass guitar (both ex-The Scientists). Except for mainstays, Jones and Perkins, the line-up has changed as the group splintered and reformed several times. Their debut album, The Axeman's Jazz (July 1984), was the best selling Australian alternative rock album for 1984. Their debut single, "Psycho", is a cover version of the Leon Payne original, and was the best selling Australian alternative rock single for that year. However the group disbanded by mid-1985 and each member pursued other musical projects. They reformed in 1987 and issued a second album, Sour Mash, in December 1988 on Red Eye Records. According to rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, it "virtually redefined the parameters of guitar-based rock'n'roll. The Cramps-influenced swamp-rock of old had been discarded for a more adventurous slab of gutbucket blues and avant-garde weirdness. Perkins' voice had matured into an authentic blues growl". Their fifth studio album, Gone (January 1997), reached the Top 50 ARIA Albums Chart. Their seventh studio album, ''Little Animals (21 April 2007) on Albert Productions, which also peaked into the Top 50.

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