12 Songs, 49 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

spiestrak ,


Saw RCPM in Detroit small venue Nov. 2. Went in with a open mind and couldn't have been more excited during the great show. Many of the songs off this album were played and played well!
.  I am captivated, hooked, and perhaps even obsessed-- that was hands down second only to Jimmy Buffett!  I focused my whole way home trying to figure out how a 35-year-old boring teacher could even relate to Roger’s Southwest Third Third-World Cantinas lifestyle.  And as I was pondering that question, I realized why I appreciate Buffett and Clyne so much. 
Stay with me here, I am going to ramble!   Because my life is so different I can appreciate the tales of southwest adventures.  What I respect most about both of those performers is they too appreciate their lifestyles!  It is extremely humble to appreciate your own life and they project themselves in a manner that makes you think they really enjoy their lives and want to share it with us for and hour or two.
Lyrical, Roger Clyne is truly underappreciated, every song perfect prose that flows, yet as we discussed, it takes you a while to learn the words.  The reason for that is the uniqueness of the prose, leading and clearly not predictable!


Tempe4ever ,

Awesome album, even better group of guys

Used to be the Refreshments, then broke up and went Indie as the world's greates honkey tonk rock and roll band EVER! This album is great, as well as Honkey Tonk Union, but if you really wanna enjoy their music, take in a show. I only wish I could be so lucky as to see them in a small, non-crowded venue as mentioned above, but I'm in their neck of the woods and they are Gods around here.

OH-Bob-O ,


In a time of Indie whining and emo melancholy, it's nice to know there still is solid rock music being made. The Peacemakers are simply outstanding and Americano is their best product yet. If you have a chance to seem them live, jump at it. They'll even include a few old Refreshments songs in the set.

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