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  1. 1.
    Homework (feat. Nine Below Zero) - Nine Below Zero
  2. 2.
    I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (feat. Charlie Musselwhite) - Charlie Musselwhite
  3. 3.
    Highway Music (feat. Popa Chubby) - Popa Chubby
  4. 4.
    Twenty Four Days - 2020 Remaster
  5. 5.
    Booze Is My Self-Control Device
Superdownhome is a duo born in June 2016, linked to the traditions of rural blues, but also projected towards personal spaces contaminated by rock'n'roll, country, folk and punk.
Inspired by Seasick Steve they decide to use tools like Cigar Boxes and Diddley Bows. From Scott H. Biram, they adopt the minimal approach and the mix between soft and wild mood.
In April 2017, they release their first eponymous EP and two videos of the EP's songs, "Can't Sweep Away" and "Booze Bloodhound"
In October 2017, the two enter the studio to record a new product called "Twenty-Four Days".
The album also features the contribution of Popa Chubby who agrees to collaborate on two tracks.
Two new videos, "Twenty-Four Days" and "Stop Breaking Down Blues" (with a feat by Popa Chubby) are released early in late 2017 and spring 2018.
Their third album has been released in June 2019.
It's called "Get My Demons Straight", it has the production of Popa Chubby, two feat. By Charlie Musselwhite at the harmonica, and Popa Chubby himself on electric guitar while the mastering is by Brian Lucey (El Camino - The Black Keys)
The first video is "Booze is my Self-Control Device".
In June 2019 they open all the dates of Fantastic Negrito’s Italian tour.
In November 2019 they are the support act for Popa Chubby’s German tour and in January 2020 they are in the USA for the IBC and for one of the biggest CBG festivals.
Their latest record is released on june 2020. It's called Blues Case Scenario.


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