Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine ‘Sheriff Fatman’

Along with co-conspirator Fruitbat, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine’s Jim Bob tells how they penned ‘Sheriff Fatman’, their ode to slum landlords, granny farming and “awfulness everywhere”.

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