So Eddie Spaghetti’s now on the Chicago alt-country label Bloodshot. It’s not like he and his garage punk brethren in the Supersuckers never dabbled in slacker cowpunk during their ‘90s tenure on the indie rock giant Sub Pop. For proof, you need look no further than 1997’s Must’ve Been High. But things are a little different this time around. Sundowner is Spaghetti’s third solo album, and his first for Bloodshot. It’s got its goofy rock ‘n’ roll moments, like the twisted rockabilly-kids’ song mash-up “Jesus Never Lived on Mars”. But Spaghetti — still a rock front man to the bone — also sounds more committed than ever to taking a solid dose of country with his rock, be it a decade-old Steve Earle cut (“If You Fall”) or even an adult contemporary pop ballad made into a hit by Willie Nelson (“Always On My Mind”).