Top David Allan Coe Albums
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Truckin' Outlaw (Original Gusto Records Recordings)
Truckin' Outlaw (Original Gusto Records Recordings)
[2014]
Darlin', Darlin'
Darlin', Darlin'
[2014]
Invictus (Means) Unconquered
Invictus (Means) Unconquered
[2014]
Just Divorced
Just Divorced
[2014]
Compass Point
Compass Point
[2014]
The Ghost of Hank Williams (Original Gusto Recordings)
The Ghost of Hank Williams (Original Gusto Recordings)
[2012]
Branded Man
Branded Man
[2012]
DAC's Back
DAC's Back
[2010]
Living On the Edge
Living On the Edge
[2010]
Super Hits Volume 2
Super Hits Volume 2
[2009]
David Allan Coe's Satisfied Mind - EP
David Allan Coe's Satisfied Mind - EP
[2006]
These Days
These Days
[2006]
The Ride
The Ride
[2005]
Unchained
Unchained
[2005]
The Essential David Allan Coe
The Essential David Allan Coe
[2004]
David Allan Coe Sings Johnny Cash's Biggest Hits
David Allan Coe Sings Johnny Cash's Biggest Hits
[2003]
Live at Billy Bob's Texas: David Allan Coe
Live at Billy Bob's Texas: David Allan Coe
[2003]
Whoopsy Daisy
Whoopsy Daisy
[2002]
At His Best
At His Best
[2002]
Live from the Iron Horse: Biketoberfest '01
Live from the Iron Horse: Biketoberfest '01
[2001]
Country & Western
Country & Western
[2001]
David Allan Coe - 16 Biggest Hits
David Allan Coe - 16 Biggest Hits
[1999]
Recommended for Airplay
Recommended for Airplay
[1999]
Castles in the Sand
Castles in the Sand
[1999]
David Allan Coe Live..If That Ain't Country
David Allan Coe Live..If That Ain't Country
[1997]
Original Outlaw
Original Outlaw
[1995]
David Allan Coe: Super Hits
David Allan Coe: Super Hits
[1993]
Super Hits
Super Hits
[1993]
1990 Songs for Sale
1990 Songs for Sale
[1990]
Crazy Daddy
Crazy Daddy
[1989]
A Matter of Life and Death
A Matter of Life and Death
[1987]
For the Record - The First 10 Years
For the Record - The First 10 Years
[1984]
Biggest Hits
Biggest Hits
[1982]
Tennessee Whiskey
Tennessee Whiskey
[1981]
I've Got Something to Say
I've Got Something to Say
[1980]
Spectrum VII
Spectrum VII
[1979]
Family Album
Family Album
[1978]
Tattoo
Tattoo
[1977]
Rides Again
Rides Again
[1977]
Texas Moon
Texas Moon
[1977]
Longhaired Redneck
Longhaired Redneck
[1976]
Once Upon a Rhyme
Once Upon a Rhyme
[1975]
The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy
The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy
[1974]
Requiem for a Harlequin
Requiem for a Harlequin
[1970]
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Were You Born An Asshole You Don't Have To Call Me Darlin' Finger Fuckin' Sally Nigger Fucker Itty Bitty Titties Cowboys And Niggers My Wife Ran Off With A Nigger Old Man Tell Me Hot Wet Tight Bald Pussy Take This Job And Shove It Need A Little Time Off For Bad Behavior 3 Biggest Lies In The World Mama Tried Cum Stains On The Pillow The Ride 59 Cadillac 57 Chevrolet Frankie And Johnnie Niggerhatin' Me Get A Little Dirt On Your Hands Love Is A Never Ending War You Can Count On Me Coffee The Rodeo Song Crazy Mary Fall In Love With You Family Reunion Jack Daniels If You Please Linda Lovelace Living On The Run Sudden Death What Can I Do You Never Even Called Me By My Name The Ghost Of Hank Williams What Made You Change Your Mind Ride Me Down Easy A Sad Country Song Call Me The Breeze Canteen Of Water Cocaine Carolina Don't Bite The Dick Fairytale Morning Family Album For Your Precious Love Free My Mind Fuckin In The Butt Guilty Footsteps Headed For The Country If This Is Just A Game Jimmy Buffett Jody Like A Melody Just Divorced Just To Prove My Love For You Laid Back And Wasted Little Orphan Annie Little Suzzie Shallow Throat Long Haired Redneck Looking In The Mirror Masterbation Blues Merle And Me Million Dollar Memories Mississippi River Queen On My Feet Again Pussy Whipped Again Rails Revenge Rock And Roll Holiday Rose Knows Seven Mile Bridge Shackles And Chains She Used To Love Me A Lot Shine It On Snowblind Friend Southern Man Spotlight Stand By Your Man Sweet Angeline Take It Easy Rider Texas Lullaby Thief In My Bedroom Whole Lot Of Lonesome Would You Be My Lady Mary Magdeline Why You Been Gone So Long Papa Loved Mama A Harley Someday Long Haired Country Boy Beer Is Good For You Take Time To Know Her One Monkey My Girl Fuck Anita Bryant Me And Bobby Mcgee Sunday Morning Coming Down Lay Me Down Some Rails 33rd Of August A Sense Of Humor Ain't It Funny The Way Love Can Do Ya Ain't Worth The Powder Another Pretty Country Song As Far As This Feeling Will Take Us Atlanta Song Back To Atlanta Blue Grass Morning Bossier City Bright Morning Light Cheap Thrills Child Of God D-r-u-n-k Daddy Was A God Fearin' Man Dakota (the Dancing Bear) (part Ii) Dakota The Dancing Bear, Pt. 2 David Alan Coe Dear Penis Desperados Waiting For The Train Devil Went To Jamaica Divers Do It Deeper Face To Face Fish Aren't Biting Today For Lovers Only (part Iii) Fraulein Free Born Rambling Man Fuzzy Was An Outlaw Gone (like) Greener Than The Grass We Laid On Hank Williams Junior-junior He's Taking It Hard She's Taking It Easy Heads Or Tails Heavenly Father Holy Mother Hey Gypsy Honey Don't House We've Been Calling Home Houston Dallas Or San Antone Human Emotions I Could Never Give You Up (for Someone Else) I Love Robbin' Banks I Still Sing The Old Songs I'll Always Be A Fool For You I've Given Bout All I Can Take I've Got Something To Say I've Got To Have You If I Could Climb The Walls Of This Bottle If I Knew If That Ain't Country If You Ever Think Of Me At All If You'll Hold The Ladder It's Great To Be Single Again Juanita Just In Time (to Watch Love Die) Lately I've Been Thinking Too Much Lately London Homesick Blues Loneliness In Ruby's Eyes Lost Love Is Just A Porpoise Loves Cheatin Line Lovin' You Comes So Natural Loving Her (will Make You Lose Your Mind) Lyin' Comes So Easy To Your Lips Maria Is A Mystery Meanwhile Back In Memphis Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat Now's The Time Old Grey Goose Is Dead One More Time Panheads Forever Pick Em, Lick Em' Stick Em Piece Of Wood And Steel Play Me A Sad Song Please Come To Boston Pledging My Love Punkin Center Barn Dance Purple Heart Ride 'em Cowboy River Rollin With The Punches San Francisco Mabel Joy Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay Someplace To Come When It Rains Son Of The South Storms Never Last Suicide Sweet Vibrations (some Folks Call It Love) Tanya Montana Tennessee Whiskey The Great Nashville Railroad Disaster This Bottle Three Time Loser Tomorrow Is Another Day Under Rachel's Wings We Got A Bad Thing Goin' When She's Got Me (where She Wants Me) Whips And Things Whiskey And Woman Whiskey, Whiskey (take My Mind) Willie Waylon And Me Would You Lay With Me X's And O's (kisses And Hugs) You'll Always Live Inside Of Me Young Dallas Cowboy Power I'm Gonna Hurt Her On The Radio Marijuanaville West Virginia Man White Line Fever (Re-Recorded) Truck Driving Man (Re-Recorded) Six Days On The Road (Re-Recorded) Heaven Only Knows House Of The Rising Sun (Re-Recorded) Follow Me Lay My Money Down Move Them Niggers North Outro Roll On 18 Wheeler Will You Remember Me When I Was A Young Man Fightin' Side Of Me I Hate Love Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town Drivin' My Life Away Lonesome Fugitive Long Black Veil Nothin' Sacred Desperateman Why Me Got You On My Mind A Satisfied Mind Give My Love To Rose Skip To My Lou For Lovers Only, Pt. 3 Branded Man I Wanta Know I'm Goin' Home The End Gotta Serve Somebody (feat. Lacy J. Dalton) Son Of A Rebel Son Castles In The Sand I Can't Let You Be A Memory Missin' The Kid These Days Fool Inside Of Me (feat. Diane Sherrill) That Old Time Feeling Don't Be A Stranger (feat. Eve Shapiro)
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A life-long renegade, singer/songwriter David Allan Coe is one of the most colorful and unpredictable characters in country music history. One of the pioneering artists of the outlaw country movement of the '70s, he hasn't had many big hits — only three of his singles hit the Top Ten — but he has been among the biggest cult figures in country music throughout his career.Born in Akron, OH, Coe first got into trouble with the law at age nine. As a result, he was sent to reform school. For the next 20 years, he never spent more than a handful of months outside of a correctional facility — he spent much of his twenties in the Ohio State Penitentiary. Released from prison in 1967, the wild-haired, earring-wearing, heavily tattoo... read more