Plainfield Slim's second album "When The Devil Hits Home" is already receiving airplay world wide. From Canada to Croatia to the USA, DJ's around the world are spinning Slim songs Dirty Girl, Moan, Hideout, etc. On a regular rotation. Produced again in Lo-Fi by Doughboys guitarist Gar Francis (Black Sheep, Queen Of Your Dreams) this time Plainfield Slim has used his live band The Groundhawgs for support. After the success of the first album, "Another Mule In The Barn", Slim has switched from playing all the instruments himself to using the talents of Lee Fink on slide guitar, Rocco Scavone on drums, Mike Caruso on bass, and Myke Scavone on harmonica. With hypnotic grooves in the vein of John Lee Hooker and RL Burnside "When The Devil Hits Home" has more of a Mississippi Delta Juke Joint feel to it that makes you want to kick off your shoes and shake your ass around the shack. Produced in Lo-Fi by Gar Francis Mastered at House of Vibes by Kurt Reil Photos and Art Design by Scott Venittelli "The Voice of Original Garage Blues"- Mopromo "Plainfield Slim works a Garage Blues so rich your pipes will glow blue"- "Gas Guzzlin' Garage Blues"- American Showplace Music "It sounds like stew boiling when you first hear Dirty Girl"- Nasty Ned "It's more rockin' than I expected it to be"- Bill Kelly WFMU radio.