One single is a cover of Ray Price’s “I’ll Be There If You Ever Want” with Becky Stark (of Lavender Diamond), and the other is a cover of The Louvin Brothers' "Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar" with Tom Brosseau. (Here's a video of Brosseau and Reilly doing "Guitar" live back in June.) It's pretty traditional, soulful country stuff — no jokes, totally legit — and you can stream both songs at TMR's homepage. On the whole, the recordings are rather lovely, and easily more palatable than a couple of Detroiters hollering for you to lick their asses. (By the way, the comments section on that ICP/TMR Soundcloud page has totally been taken over by Juggalos, so ... beware.)
The Reilly singles are available "worldwide and on iTunes," say the TMR folks, and "The Tri-Colors of these releases will NOT be sold at Third Man ... but will be sold in a different special location that we will be announcing very soon." Shall we make the obligatory "For your health!" joke? Nah. Let's skip it.