Deep South was the first of two compilation compact discs of local musical artists, released by Spinning Mule Records, Clemson, South Carolina, in 1992. It carries catalogue number SM007. Cover concept by Rob Keller. Cover artwork, Spinning Mule Logo, and Disc Mule by Mark Spaulding.
- The Lubricators - "Rust Along With You", produced by Dick Hodgin
- Sunbrain - "Nothing"
- Eugene Chadbourne and the Chadbourne Baptist Church - "You Can't Get Here From There" (composed by Freddy Fender)
- Thoughtcrime - "PAIN"
- One 3 Four - "Vitriol", produced by Dave Barbe
- Push - "Believe"
- Sleestaks - "Falling Down the Stairs", produced by Kramer
- Redneck Greece De-Lux - "Redneck TV"
- Medium Rare - "You've Been Used"
- Dreamhouse - "Too Young", produced by Glenn Cannon
- The Drovers Old Time Medicine Show - "Autumn Time"
- Funkzilla - "Don't Touch that Dirty Nurse"
- 6 Foot Ants - "Worker Ant"
- GQ Posse - "GQP"
- Pendulum - "j.v.b."
- Love Psychos - "Stupid Shine"
- The Shroud - "Sleeper"
- Hate Zombie - Boiled in Broth"
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