Eddie Wislson(A.K.A. Crazy Fuckin Eddie)

What's humming through the skulls of Orange County?

Photo by Jeanne Rice> Johnny Cash, Complete Live at San Quentin. "Tracks like 'Boy Named Sue,' 'San Quentin' and 'I Walk the Line.' He's the most inspiring songwriter/storyteller since Leadbelly. Rebellion from the Grandfather of Punk Rock. Johnny was too punk for the '50s and '60s—he was punk before punk."

> Social Distortion, Live at the Roxy. "I've been a huge Social Distortion fan since 1980, but this record is my favorite (though I thought 'Sick Boys' should've been on here). Also, most important, Dennis Danell was still there beside Mike Ness and John Maurer. We all miss you, brother."

> Throw Rag. "Easily one of my favorite local bands. Astroturf-waterin', chihuahua-fuckin', polyester-wearin', welfare-check-gettin' . . . they're sick!"

> Los Infernos. "These punkabilly guys are hard-working, good friends of Hellbound Hayride. I can't even single out one song because I dig them all. Polished but raw—and vicious live."

> Cadillac Tramps, Tombstone Radio. "My favorite on this one is 'Venice' because of the trumpet, but start to finish, it's killer, like every Tramps CD. Solid, rockin', badass punk rock. And live? Forget about it!"

> Ray Condo (live show). "A crazy Canadian hillbilly. I heard his old lady once broke his ribs with a bat. Hot rockabilly—for an old guy."

> Los Creepers (self-titled CD). "Punk rock with a lot of grease—drunk or stoned, it's all good! Favorite tracks: 'Las Vegas' and 'Creeper Stomp.'"

Eddie is a buyer for Front End Vintage Clothing and singer for Hellbound Hayride
 
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