The debut album of a folk-rock band from Bergen, formed in 1971. The name of the group has to do with a gang of criminals from the American Wild West. “Hole-in-the-Wall” - the so-called mountain pass in the county of Johnson (Wyoming), where the criminals had their own shelter. The band’s music is an interesting blend of American country, folk, rock’n’roll and psychedelia. Folk component is emphasized by active use of acoustics and typical violin passages, but at the same time in many tracks there are various keyboards and blues guitar. The frontman of the band Rune Walle later became a member of Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and also played with The Flying Norwegians. In 1978, with a new composition, the band recorded the second album “Rose Of Barcelona”.