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The late 90s saw a resurgence of brash and politically incorrect rock outfits crop up in the USA, notably Buckcherry, D Generation, the Toilet Boys, and especially, Nashville Pussy. Originally formed in Georgia during 1996, the band comprising the husband and wife duo of Blaine Cartwright (vocals/guitar) and Ruyter Suys (guitar), plus Jeremy Thompson (drums) and the larger than life Corey Parks (bass) plucked its name from a lewd stage rap courtesy of Ted Nugent, on his classic 1978 concert set, Double Live Gonzo. After several independently issued singles appeared in 1997, Nashville Pussy released their debut, Let Them Eat Pussy, a year later on the Amphetamine Reptile label. The buzz surrounding the band grew loud and fierce, especially owing to their theatrical shock-rock live show, which featured Parks blowing fire, and its two female members scantily clad and sporadically kissing each other. A recording contract with major label, PolyGram Records was waiting...