Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies

Volbeat - Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 23 ratings
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April 5, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
Universal / Label
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While it is accurate to say that Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies is more accessible than anything Volbeat has attempted previously, it is also the most ambitious -- and arguably enjoyable -- set they've committed to tape.

Metal Hammer

The biggest problem with Volbeat’s previous studio albums is that they didn’t always capture the band’s live energy, but that’s in the past now as Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies does just that. It’s anthemic, raucous, catchy and absolutely guaranteed to silence any critics who still think the band aren’t metal enough.


The start of the ending
Volbeat is a difficult thing. When I discovered the band, which was at the time of "Beyond Hell / Above Heaven", I started to love them. Nowadays it's more of a, "ah yeah, they're still around, yawn".

"Outlaw Gentlement & Shady Ladies" was a little bit the start of the fall of Volbeat. The album is really good. It's got great songs on it, some not so great songs, but all in all a good and varied album, which in most cases stays true to ... read more

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Track List

  1. Let's Shake Some Dust
  2. Pearl Hart
  3. The Nameless One
  4. Dead but Rising
  5. Cape of Our Hero
  6. Room 24 (featuring King Diamond)
  7. The Hangman's Body Count
  8. My Body
  9. Lola Montez
  10. Black Bart
  11. Lonesome Rider (featuring Sarah Blackwood)
  12. The Sinner Is You
  13. Doc Holliday
  14. Our Loved Ones
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Added on: November 24, 2018