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Let Them Eat Pussy

Let Them Eat Pussy
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 24, 1998
GenrePsychobilly, Southern metal
LabelThe Enclave
ProducerKurt Bloch
Nashville Pussy chronology
Let Them Eat Pussy
High As Hell
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Let Them Eat Pussy is the major label debut album by American rock and roll group Nashville Pussy, released on February 24, 1998. AllMusic, in a four-star review, said "Let Them Eat Pussy is all about sleaze, and it's the sleaziest record in years".[1] The album helped to create a fanbase for the band, and the song "Fried Chicken and Coffee" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Metal Performance.[2]

Track listing

All songs written by Blaine Cartwright, except where noted.

  1. "Snake Eyes" – 1:29
  2. "You're Goin' Down" – 2:08
  3. "Go Motherfucker Go" – 1:59
  4. "I'm the Man" – 2:16
  5. "All Fucked Up" – 1:51
  6. "Johnny Hotrod" – 2:56
  7. "5 Minutes to Live" – 2:19
  8. "Somebody Shoot Me" – 2:09
  9. "Blowin' Smoke" – 1:34
  10. "First I Look at the Purse" (Smokey Robinson, Bobby Rogers) – 2:05
  11. "Eat My Dust" – 1:50
  12. "Fried Chicken and Coffee" – 4:26

Eat More Pussy EP Track listing

  1. "Kicked in the Teeth" – 3:25 (written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott; originally performed by AC/DC)
  2. "Nice Boys" – 2:47 (written by Gary Anderson, Peter Wells, Mick Cocks, Geordie Leach and Dallas Royall; originally performed by Rose Tattoo)
  3. "Milk Cow Blues" – 3:07 (written and originally performed by Kokomo Arnold)
  4. "Headin' for the Texas Border" – 2:58 (written by Cyril Jordan and Roy Loney; originally performed by The Flamin' Groovies)
  5. "Sock It to Me Baby" – 2:24 (written by L. Russell Brown and Bob Crewe; originally performed by Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels)
  6. "(I'm) Misunderstood" – 2:35 (written by Chris Bailey and Ed Kuepper; originally performed by The Saints)

The Eat More Pussy EP was included in the UK as a bonus disc.


  1. ^ a b Allmusic review
  2. ^ "41st annual Grammy nominees". CNN. January 5, 1999. Retrieved October 22, 2014.