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Limited Edition 180-gram vinyl. Yep Roc is proud to be releasing "Revival", a new studio album by the Reverend Horton Heat. Recorded at Last Beat Studio in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas just a block from where the trio played their first gig back in 1985, "Revival" is a return to Jim Heath's (aka the Rev) roots - musical and geographical. "I got this new lick called the 'hurricane' and I call back on the hurricane on this album for the sake of keeping things really rockin,'" says Heath. For you guitarheads, he's also introducing a new "top secret lick," so listen up! Lyrically, the album's themes "run from death to silly," says Heath, who lost his mother earlier this year. ("Someone in Heaven" is written for her). "Indigo Friends" deals with a friend's heroin addiction, while "Calling in Twisted" is about calling in sick to work ("It's about using the fake cough when you make the call," says Heath, laughing). Renowned producer/engineer Ed Stasium was at the mixing board for "Revival".