I’ve previously lamented the fact that the only T-Bucket themed song of which I was aware was the silly 1960s “Bucket T“, which had been recorded by no less than Jan & Dean, The Who and Ronny and the Daytonas. Man, groups sure were hard up back then to record any hot rod themed song!
So, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that a group from Duluth, Minnesota by the name of The Fractals had just released a new CD titled, “Death by Fender” featuring a track called “My T-Bucket”. Then, one day they uploaded that track on their MySpace page and when I heard it was I ever excited. Finally, after almost five decades, a really good rockin’ tune about the cars we love! If you don’t believe me, turn on your speakers and click here.
And I can honestly say that the super-cool image The Fractals chose to associate with the “My T-Bucket” track was purely coincidental. Talk about a double surprise! So, I ordered by “Death by Fender” CD and it came in the mail tonight — I can’t wait for the commute to work in the a.m. If you’re a T-Bucket lover, you’ll be happy you added this CD to your collection. (Tell ’em TBucketPlans.com sent you. No, we don’t get a commission).
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