"Hot Garbage starts off in pure Georgia way. In fact, the whole recording has the word 'redneck' scribbled all over it. So yeah, in one sense some of the song arrangements bring to mind the best of Jackyl, alas minus the ridiculous sneer of Jesse James Dupree. Instead, vocalist Sweetwater Jones has an alluring delivery, a mean scream and some good spit work with the harmonica. So he goes, all swamp boogie on us in "The Devil's Work", turn tacit fuzzy hard rock in "Devilin' Under the Influence", seem to swing a big cock in the fantastic roll of "The Devil's Dance Party", seduce you into a ménage a trios in "You, Me and The Devil Make Four" (here the band drops some relentless pummeling for all the masochists), burp and charm their way into your food with "These Pancakes Are Made With the Devil's Bisquick" and finish off with a song dedicated and about Peter Graves, which is really about the most seriously fun song I've heard this decade. Great album." -DeafSparrow.com - Voted Best album of the Year by The Phoenix New Times' music editor, Martin Cizmar. - Voted "Best Hard Rock Band 2009" by The Phoenix New Times "Few bands are anywhere near as funny as they think they are - The Dagg Nabbit Stubbs is an exception" -Martin Cizmar Phoenix New Times "If a song about everybody's favorite A&E Biography host (F*** You Jack Perkins! You know why.) doesn't light your fire then your woods are wet" -Drunken Bastard Rock N' Rock View "The Dagg Nabbit Stubbs CD 'Hot Garbage' will even make devil worshipers bow down and pray to god." -Eric Vellone SoCal Music "The Dagg Nabbit Stubbs have a sound as crunchy as a plate of hot hush puppies" -Dean Bonzani Flagstaff Live "...if this band put their mind to it, they could actually write a great album." -deafsparrow.com "I haven't gotten a chance to listen to it yet." -Danny Birch radiovagabond.com Formed in the burning fine-print of a low-balled contract with the devil, The Dagg Nabbit Stubbs bring their signature sound out of the murky trailer parks of Georgia to the wood-paneled living rooms of "Real America." Forging an alloy of classic-not sucky-rock and a heavy ear ass-beating, these pioneers of Western rock are manifest-destined to get drunk. Their self-produced debut E.P., Hot Garbage, was released January 3, 2009.