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Hank Williams Jr. storms back: ‘Old School, New Rules’
Mr. Williams puts his own stamp on the new album as well. Just the song titles alone give you a hint of his mood: “We Don’t Apologize for America,” “Keep the Change,” “Stock Market Blues” and “Taking Back the Country.”
He takes on his detractors in “Cow Turd Blues,” which turns President Truman’s colorful metaphor into a vocal hook and generally pulls no punches.
Just as you’d expect.
“People are kind of tired of some of the politically correct stuff,” Mr. Williams said. “They’re over it. Nobody’s got a job. Nobody’s got any money. They’re starvin’. I know people with pawn shops, and they said it’s sad. It’s sad to watch carpenters come in and pawn their tools. It would be like us pawning our guitars. [These songs] are coming from the heavens.”
By John R. Bolton
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