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Published: 2011/07/14

Drive-By Truckers to Release Greatest Hits Album

Drive-By Truckers will release a greatest hits album, Ugly Buildings, Whores & Politicians, on New West Records August 2, 2011. Mixed and produced by David Barbe, the album will include DBT’s greatest hits from 1998-2009 and will be released on both CD and vinyl.

Currently the Truckers consist of Patterson Hood, Mike Cooley, Brad Morgan, Jay Gonzalez, John Neff, and Shonna Tucker. The band began with Cooley and Hood who grew up in Alabama together. The Truckers will be touring nationally through the summer and early fall and playing with Bob Dylan and Leon Russell at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Maryland.

Here’s a look at the album’s track listing

1. The Living Bubba 5:57

2. Bulldozers And Dirt 4:28

3. Ronnie And Neil 4:52

4. Zip City 5:15

5. Let There Be Rock 4:18

6. Marry Me 5:39

7. Sink Hole 3:27

8. Carl Perkins’ Cadillac 5:26

9. Outfit 4:06

10. The Righteous Path 4:13

11. Gravity’s Gone (remix) 3:36

12. Never Gonna Change 5:24

13. 3 Dimes Down 3:19

14. Lookout Mountain 5:02

15. Uncle Frank (alternate version) 5:21

16. A World Of Hurt 4:51

Here’s a look at the band’s upcoming dates
Tour Dates:

July 30 Muscle Shoals, AL—WC Handy Festival w/ The Decoys

August 12 Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre w/ Centro-Matic

August 13 Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre w/ Centro-Matic

August 16 Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion w/ Bob Dylan and Leon Russell

August 31 Baton Rouge, LA—Varsity Theatre

September 1Austin, TX—Stubbs w/ Centro-Matic

September 2 Dallas, TX—Granada Theatre w/ Centro-Matic

September 3 New Orleans, LA—Tipitinas w/ Centro-Matic

September 4th New Orleans, LA—Tipitinas w/ Centro-Matic

September 7 Tuscaloosa, AL—Bama Theater (A portion of each ticket sold will be donated to a charity for Tornado relief)

September 8 Savannah, GA—Trustees Theater

September 9 Raleigh, NC—Hopscotch II – City Plaza

September 10 Chattanooga, TN—Track 29

October 27 Columbia, MO—Missouri Theatre for the Arts

Comments

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carlperkins July 15, 2011, 00:02:46

There’s some weird choices here. Righteous path? Uncle Frank? I like em both, but choosing the 12 best would be a pretty hard undertaking

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