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Angry Johnny & The Killbillies


Easthampton, MA-based country-punk Angry Johnny initial earned notoriety like a image artist, especially painting the cover to Dinosaur Jr.’s 1993 vintage Where You Been. Using the Killbillies — bassist Jim Joe Greedy and drummer Dwight Garbage — he debuted in 1996 with Hankenstein, adopted two years later on with What’s Therefore Funny?

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Full Name Angry Johnny and The Killbillies
Music Songs High Noon in Killville, Drag Racing the Devil, All American Girl, Jesus, Please Come On Down, I Chose the Gun, One Bullet Blues, Kill Again, Jerry Lynn, MMF Blues, A Love More True, Won't Get Me Out of Your Mind, The Owl, When I Think of You, Disposable Boy, Poor Little Raccoon, Devil's Run, Nuclear Man, Baker's Farm, Only Thing He Said, Only Thing I Want to Do, Funny Thing About Heroes, Mr. Undertaker, Brand New Girl, My Ghoul Maggie, Did I See You?, Chainsaw Charlie, Waltzing on Air, Walpole Prison Blues, Bang Bang Baby Bang Bang Merry Christmas, Prison Walls, Sent Him Home, Body Doing Time
Albums What's So Funny?, Dance of the Shufflers, Hankenstein, Puttin the Voodoo on Monroe, I Hear the Devil Laughing, Killville Tales, The Hanging Of Hattie Ledoux, Bang Bang Baby Bang Bang Merry Christmas, Drunk At Zeno's, The Owl, Rasputin Wept, Killville Auto Salvage, Volume 2, Killville Auto Salvage, Volume 1, Killville Auto Salvage, Volume 3, Killville Auto Salvage, Volume 6, Killville Auto Salvage Volume Five, Killville Auto Salvage, Volume 4

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