Catfish Mustache: Touch My Beer and I'll Kill Ya
Best Song: There's a reason Catfish Mustache chose to lead off Touch My Beer with the song "Ruckus" -- it's their best song. It perfectly displays lead vocalist Tania Warfield's vocal talents as well as just a taste of her white-lady rapping. Such is the funky dichotomy of the Mustache, as the kids are calling them -- Warfield's rapping more than often compliments the band's funk-driven melody. If the band wants to funkily done it down, they do so. Conversely, if they want to jazz things up and through some rhymes your way, they'll be coming -- with barely a moment's notice. The heavy bass line that kicks off the song is no mistake -- the funk is present from literally the album's first moments to its last.
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