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From "Earth Died Screaming" to "I Don't Wanna Grow Up", this cd is amazing.
The sweet, bluesy satire of "Jesus Gonna Be Here," that sounds like Tom waits is actually a venerable bluesman from the Mississippi Delta.
Because its the greatest peice of musical and lyrical genius that exists in the spectrum of modern music.
Spooky, earthy, gravelly. Fantastic album, can't wait to check out some of Tom Waits other work. "Who are you this time?" may be the saddest song of all time.Published 9 months ago by Chance
I feel this is Tom Waits best album. That song Who are you this time? really digs deep and his voice is so great---a must have if you are a Waits fan.Published 11 months ago by Susan G.
Personal favorite song since hearing it in Fight Club on first viewing. Aggressive but still has hints of ballads in there.Published 18 months ago by Bruno Cruz
Tom Waits is monster on his own, starting from Swordfishtrombones and onward, he beings to taste of other flavors and amasses depth and versatility without losing sight in himself. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Avery Dena Jacobs
This album is one of those few artistic works that makes a musician such as myself want to give up on music. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by Tim
Muddy. The tempo, buzzing in between mouthfuls of soil -- undeliverable. Bicycle tires for wings. Examples as fossils. Read morePublished on October 16, 2010 by Automated Message
this and Mule Variations should count as a single album of wonderful music, each song has something to offer, and it's simply a provider of hope if one was thinking of ending there... Read morePublished on June 6, 2010 by michael roven
A very distinct and experimental album by Tom Waits, combining every sort of emotions, from the dark, slight blues "dirtin' the ground", to the "almost happy" "I don't wanna grow... Read morePublished on April 7, 2009 by Breno Barros
One day in 1992 a couple friends and I were browsing through albums at our local record store when Bone Machine started blaring over the store's stereo. Read morePublished on March 19, 2008 by palewill