Sub Pop is excitedly, finally repressing 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 In The Front” 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. In the words of AllMusic, “for sheer crank, nothing in his catalog can touch it”.