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Random information on the term “VII”:

VII is the seventh studio album by American alternative country band Blitzen Trapper. Described on the band’s official site as “somewhat experimental … a futuristic hip-hop/country-rock hybrid”, and by lead singer and songwriter Eric Earley as “hillbilly gangster”, VII was the first record Blitzen Trapper released with their new labels, Vagrant (US) and Lojinx (UK). The song “Thirsty Man” was released as the album’s only single, hitting #29 on the Adult Alternative Songs Billboard chart.

VII took many writing and stylistic departures from its predecessor, 2011’s country-rock American Goldwing. Songwriter Eric Earley explains, “I get bored. I like to move things in a new direction … I’m always writing, and if you’re always writing things are going to change. You’re going to try things out. And that’s going to make its way into the music.” Earley cites his influences on the album as diverse as John Cale, Townes Van Zant, the Wu-Tang Clan and Waylon Jennings. “Townes probably is the biggest influence on the lyrics. His lyrics can be pretty strange. You don’t know what he’s talking about sometimes. I like that,” Earley stated. “It’s just me wanting to mix that dark, gangster vibe with the kind of music I grew up listening to and see if it can kind of make sense … It seems to work. It’s a good vehicle for telling stories, too.”

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