The Highwayman are back, and their new album is pretty great.
Listen to “The Road To Hell” and you’ll be transported to an alternate universe.
That universe is a hellish world where the band was killed in the line of duty while trying to protect their loved ones.
They were all murdered by a madman.
The highwaymen, which means highwaymen in the form of a group of road warriors who take on the role of roadies, have been around since the mid-’90s.
They started their careers in the late ’80s and ’90s, releasing albums like the 1987 debut, The Highway, which was a huge hit with fans.
The band eventually signed to the Warner Bros. label, and in 1998, the band released their first studio album, The Road To Heaven.
The Highwaymans first two studio albums, the 1987 and 1990 The Road to Heavens, are still the band’s best-selling records, selling more than 11 million copies worldwide.
They also released two EPs, The Way They Are, which came out in 2001, and a compilation, The Long Way Home, which arrived in 2011.
That’s a lot of albums to listen to, so let’s get into it.
The Roadto Hell, the album you probably have your earphones on for when you get this podcast, is an early work by the Highwaymen.
In it, they write about the life and death of a young woman named Lisa (Kathleen Scott) who is the wife of a road warrior, an honor that was bestowed upon her by the highwaymen.
She goes on to kill herself.
When the road warriors are killed, they take the road to hell, which is a very dark place.
They kill all the people in the world, and then go to heaven.
They don’t come back.
You don’t see anybody there.
So, when they get back home, they’re like, “What the hell, what’s going on?”
They think they’re doing a good thing.
So it was a dark, scary world that Lisa had to live in.
You could say that The Road, like many Highwaymen records, was inspired by the work of Jim Morrison.
The title of the song “Road To Hell,” which is the title of The Road album, is the original lyrics to “I’m Dying of Empathy.”
It’s a lyric that is very powerful in its simplicity.
It’s just, “The road to Hell is a dark place.”
That was the first song on The RoadToHell album, and it is a great song.
The song is about a young person who is killed on the job and then sent to hell.
She is killed by a maniac, but she has a lot to live for.
She’s not going to go back.
It is a tragic song, because it’s really about the toll of death on someone’s soul.
It sounds very simple, but there is something very dark about it, too.
The lyrics, “I can’t live without her,” and “I know you don’t want her,” are very powerful.
You get a lot out of that lyric.
I also really love the guitar work on “The Way They are,” which was one of the first songs on The Highway.
It really opens up the song.
It takes us back to the way the Highway men are, and they’re in this strange place of death, and Lisa is the road warrior.
They are in a place of darkness, but also an open space.
I really love that guitar work.
They have a good melody and they play a lot in that song.
I love the way they use a lot more guitars on that song than on their previous records.
It was a good song for me to go to the bathroom and just listen to it and go, “That’s really cool.”
“I Know You Don’t Want Her” was one song on that album that was a great way to take the band into the next era.
The guitar work is really good, and there’s a great harmony to it.
That song was really a tribute to Jim Morrison, as well.
The songs “You Are A Lonely Ghost” and “We Don’t Have To Wait” are very different songs, but both of those songs were recorded and recorded by the same person.
The “You are a lonely ghost” song was recorded in 1989, so there’s no other version of it that I know of.
The other song on the album, “We don’t have to wait,” was recorded between 2003 and 2009.
It came out on an album called the Highwayman Experience, and that was also written by Jim Morrison and recorded with the band.
You can listen to that song in full on Spotify.
“You’re A Lonely Spirit” was recorded with a different musician.
It had a different rhythm, but the lyrics are very similar.
It feels like Jim Morrison is