Die Bastards is the debut album of the Lincoln County Historical Society. Buy it.
This album was recorded September 2–4, 2005 in North Platte, Nebraska.
The Lincoln County Historical Society is Phil Horn, Andy Horn, and David Fifield.
|The Beauty of the Natural World (4:16)|
|Track 1 (2:40)|
|Deer Snot (1:53)|
|North Platte, Nebraska Not a Damn Thing to Do Blues (2:44)|
|My Feelings (2:29)|
Alternate download/playlist: Internet Archive.
This music is in the public domain. There is no restriction on its modification and redistribution for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial.
What does that mean? That means you can listen to the music as much as you want. You can burn as many CDs as you want and give them to your friends or sell them. You can include songs on a compilation CD without any paperwork. You can use it as the soundtrack for your movie. You can broadcast it over the heartland of America in a blimp. Anything not listed here, you can also do, and you don't have to ask permission. Read this for more.
A record store is the cheapest option if you live in the Denver area. You can buy this excellent album as a disc composed of matter at
2935 W. 7th Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
You can order the CD on the honor system. You order a disc and then pay when you get it.
Fill in this order form and we will send you one packaged CD and a bonus DVD-R of the music videos. Once you get it (or before) you have to send a check or bitcoins for $10, which includes shipping. Send bitcoins to 1FPxv1MzVXKJQmNzLxicizbqps1UtUjzKk. You have to provide an email address to verify the order before it is shipped.
To get more than one CD or for other special arrangements, mail email@example.com.
The follow-up to Die Bastards was Greenbeans, released in 2008.