“Come Home To Me… has such power and emotion, it's right up there with a track you'd find on a Tom Waits or Nick Cave record.” –SF Chronicle



“If country music's original outlaws had made their break with Nashville in the post-punk era, it might have sounded a lot like this.” –No Depression

“...One of rock’s best-kept secrets.” -National Review

“The Famous arrange a standoff between the Pixies in a cowboy hat and Hank Williams on speed, six-shooters loaded with punk and rockabilly, and whaddya know - that bastard alt-country genre gets shot square in the forehead, with a stray bullet no less.” —West Coast Performer

“The Famous successfully combine the transcendent roar of punk with the brutal honesty and black wit of traditional country” —Trouser Press

“Distilled from the grains of traditional country but infused with power chords and scorching lead guitar, this audacious album is both out of control and expertly crafted.”—The Owl Mag

“If you're any kind of roots rock fan, you'd be a eejit to miss this album!”—CD Baby

“Deep down and dirty swamp rock that breaks any perceived formula with the incredible, unclassifiable voice of Laurence Scott”—Americana-UK.com

“...practically everyone who’s listened to the band’s cheese-free, slightly punkified hillbilly jangle thinks it’s the greatest.”—San Francisco Weekly

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