Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat
Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat

Sub Pop repress vinyl versions of three scorching ‘90s psychobilly classics by Reverend Horton Heat. All three have been out of print on vinyl since the mid-’90s, with original pressings going for considerable amounts at the ol’ junk shop.

1994’s Liquor in the Front gets even more aggressive - heavy, even - sonically, with production by Ministry’s Al Jourgensen and the high-velocity opening pairing of the high-velocity instrumental “Big Sky” and the blistering lament “Baddest of the Bad.” The highest-selling of the Rev’s first three albums, Liquor… was originally co-released with Interscope Records, with the album hitting #18 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and the single “One Time for Me” hitting #40 on the Modern Rock chart.

Liquor in the Front (subtitled "Poker in the Rear") is the double entendre title of the third album by The Reverend Horton Heat. It was jointly released by Sub Pop and Interscope Records in July 1994. Al Jourgensen (of Ministry-fame) produced the album.

Reverend Horton Heat

Liquor In The Front

Sub Pop Records
Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat
LP +

$24.99

Clear
Released 09/09/2022Catalog Number

SP250

Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat
CD

$11.99

Released 07/20/1999Catalog Number

SPP 702502

Reverend Horton Heat

Liquor In The Front

Sub Pop Records
Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat
LP +

$24.99

Clear
Released 09/09/2022Catalog Number

SP250

Album artwork for Liquor In The Front by Reverend Horton Heat
CD

$11.99

Released 07/20/1999Catalog Number

SPP 702502

Sub Pop repress vinyl versions of three scorching ‘90s psychobilly classics by Reverend Horton Heat. All three have been out of print on vinyl since the mid-’90s, with original pressings going for considerable amounts at the ol’ junk shop.

1994’s Liquor in the Front gets even more aggressive - heavy, even - sonically, with production by Ministry’s Al Jourgensen and the high-velocity opening pairing of the high-velocity instrumental “Big Sky” and the blistering lament “Baddest of the Bad.” The highest-selling of the Rev’s first three albums, Liquor… was originally co-released with Interscope Records, with the album hitting #18 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and the single “One Time for Me” hitting #40 on the Modern Rock chart.

Liquor in the Front (subtitled "Poker in the Rear") is the double entendre title of the third album by The Reverend Horton Heat. It was jointly released by Sub Pop and Interscope Records in July 1994. Al Jourgensen (of Ministry-fame) produced the album.