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There's a natural tendency for bands to crank out the same sounds from album to album. If you have a successful template, why break it? Fans love it. Record companies expect it.For the most part, though, bands unwilling to break their own rules tend to fade away after a few records. Great bands at some point have to experiment, and hopefully expand the expectations of their fan base.In 1997, this was the turning point for the Supersuckers. The self proclaimed "Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World" had released four acclaimed high octane records.Supersuckers: The full Link interviewWhat did they do next? They released a country record, "Must've Been High." Not only was that album not of the Motorhead/Dead Boys variety that had built them a fan base, it wasn't the Garth Brooks ish urban country that was currently topping the charts. This was country of the old school variety, with elements of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams and George Jones.Needless to say, Saucony Shadow 5000 Sneaker

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