Genre: Pop Rock
Label: ATO
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Drive-By Truckers Welcome 2 Club XIII 180g LP

Drive-By Truckers

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14th Studio Album on 180g Vinyl LP!
Featuring Margo Price, Mike Mills & Schaefer Llana!

Welcome 2 Club XIII (the 14th DBT studio album) marks a sharp departure from the trenchant commentary of The Unraveling and The New OK (both released in 2020). The title track pays homage to the Muscle Shoals honky-tonk where founding members Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley got their start: a concrete-floored dive lit like a disco with the nightly promise of penny beer. Much of the album serves as a free-flowing coming-of-age memoir with Hood singing at one point: "Our glory days did kinda suck."

...[F]or a band that has largely been sidelined for the better part of two years, the Drive-By Truckers sound tight and now, as always, Brad Morgan's drumming is soulful and steady enough to carry them anywhere - even the most downbeat songs crackle with a sense of purpose and focus that reminds us why they've been one of the most reliably strong American bands since the early 2000s....Once again, the Drive-By Truckers have made a strong album well worth your time and attention...
-Mark Deming,


  • 180g Vinyl
  • Embossed Gatefold Jacket


Side A:

  1. The Driver
  2. Maria's Awful Disclosure
  3. Shake and Pine
  4. We Will Never Wake You Up in the Morning

Side B:

  1. Welcome 2 Club XIII
  2. Forged in Hell and Heaven Sent
  3. Every Single Storied Flameout
  4. Billy Ringo in the Dark
  5. Wilder Days

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