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Running time: 4:27
music by: Velvet Revolver
words by: Scott Weiland
available on: Contraband [2004, Album]

Scott Weiland: Vocals
Duff McKagan: Bass
Slash: Guitar
Dave Kushner: Guitar
Matt Sorum: Drums

Published by Velvet Revolver Songs (ASCAP)
Produced by Josh Abraham and Velvet Revolver
Mixed by Andy Wallace at Enterprise Studios, CA
Recorded by Ryan Williams at NRG & Pulse Recording
Additional Vocal Engineering: Douglas Grean
Assistant Engineer: Brandon Belsky

Slash: "There's a song called 'Sucker Train Blues' where all the rhythms are done on a '56 Tele." (Total Guitar, April 2004)

"Weiland clearly struggles to keep up ("Sucker Train Blues"), but he finds his groove over the brash guitars and brawny drums." (Maxim Magazine, May 2004)

"The not entirely-unmelodic chorus of ‘Sucker Train Blues’ juxtaposes a lingering chorus with staccato verses, crafting an aural speed chase and atmospheric outro that could, should last longer." (Rock Feedback, April 2004)

"Songs like the opener, “Sucker Train Blues” announce the band’s arrival with a vengeance, featuring ripping Slash guitar tracks and strong playing by Sorum, loaded with a barrage of fast fills." (Drum Magazine, April 2004)

Slash: "On the intro to "Sucker Train Blues" there's some guitar licks that are his {Kushner's}. That was the very last new song that we wrote for the album." (LiveDaily, April 2004)

Slash: "'Sucker Train Blues' has a one-take whammy bar solo." (Total Guitar, April 2004)

"'Contraband' kicks off with muscle-bound promise on the 'Mr Brownstone' vibed opener 'Suckertrain Blues' suggesting fire in the belly and gas in the tank." (Metal Hammer, April 2004) reported on January 20, 2004 that a song called 'Trainsucker Blues' was one that would be included on the album. Recent release info from French cd order databases suggests that this song was originally slated as a single in Europe, but was replaced by Slither eventually. The song title is reported as 'Sucker Train Blues', and not 'Trainsucker Blues.'

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