11 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

If Hank Williams, Jr. had a sense of humor dirtier than Howard Stern's, he might sound like Wheeler Walker Jr. On his debut, Walker (the country musician alter ego of comic Ben Hoffman) fills his songs with an avalanche of explicit, outrageous scenarios; most track titles can’t even be mentioned in mixed company. But he plays it all for laughs—big ones. And he backs it with old-school-sounding outlaw country tough enough to make a Willie or Waylon fan lean in and listen.

EDITORS’ NOTES

If Hank Williams, Jr. had a sense of humor dirtier than Howard Stern's, he might sound like Wheeler Walker Jr. On his debut, Walker (the country musician alter ego of comic Ben Hoffman) fills his songs with an avalanche of explicit, outrageous scenarios; most track titles can’t even be mentioned in mixed company. But he plays it all for laughs—big ones. And he backs it with old-school-sounding outlaw country tough enough to make a Willie or Waylon fan lean in and listen.

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