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THE INSPIRATION BEHIND THE CONCEPT ALBUM
"There's A Killer Down In Texas" came from listening to hours and hours of Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska," Suicide's self-titled album, and multiple Brainbombs records. I found that most of my favorite albums had dark themes associated with them. I've also always had an affinity for horror movies. I wanted to make a record that played like an old B-movie.
The over the top situations sort of soften the album a bit. I've always been lumped in with the singer/songwriter crowd, which is great, but this album was a chance for me to bring in a little more of a rock n' roll vibe.
It started with me writing a couple of songs and taking them to my friend, Jamie Glasgow (producer/engineer). My thought was to make an EP, but that changed as tracking progressed. The recording experience really shaped the album and made me continue to add to the story.
In the end, I'm really hoping that Rob Zombie would hire me for a movie soundtrack. I kid...sort of.