|Savage American Rock
PART-CD 682.001 - Part Records 
Don't Hold My Baby - Full Of Sin - So Long - Come On Back - Green In My Pocket - All Alone & Blue - 2 Timin' Woman - You Can Find Another Man - Gamble My Life Away - Keep Your Pain - I Gotta Rock - Down That Line - Get It Through To You - I'm Gonna Drink - Tornado Love - Whiskey 'n Water
PART-CD 682.002 - Part Records 
Little Red Hen - Heart Attack - Can't Comfort Her - After School Rock - Saw Ya Walkin' - La La Love Me - Another Bridge To Burn - Stand Back - Rock Me Right - End Of The Tracks - Stay For Me - Holler Little Baby - Don't Leave Me - Voodoo Woman
Part Records reissue Rip's first two albums previously released on Rockin' Ronnie Weiser's Rollin' Rock and now long out of print.
Savage American Rock is Rip debut album. You can hear the influence of rockabilly masters like Johnny Burnette or Gene Vincent wildest sides. The band is excellent especially Danny Angulo's lead guitar. Of course you have some minor flaws inherent to many debut album. Rip's voice lacks of confidence (even though he's never clearly out of tune) and the songwriting is not totally original. Though every songs are credited to Carson or Carson/Angulo the careful listener will find resemblances between Full Of Sin and Carl Perkins' Matchbox, All Alone & Blue and Tex Rubinowitz's No Club Lone Wolf and You Can Find Another Man and Bod Dylan's Dont Think Twice.
Those little reserve apart, ot's a good album.
Stand Back goes further on the wild side as prove the first two tracks, all in savage guitars, screams and hoarse voice. But it also shows a more melodic side of the man with tunes like Can't Comfort Her, Saw Ya Walkin', Another Bridge To Burn, Stay For Me. A style he'll go more thoroughly into with his album "My Simple Life".
A good album, more consistent than Savage American Rock that gives you the best of both world.
Available at Rootscd.