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Vinyl, Original recording remastered, March 24, 2009
|1. Johnny Strikes Up The Band|
|2. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner|
|3. Excitable Boy|
|4. Werewolves Of London|
|5. Accidentally Like A Martyr|
|6. Nighttime In The Switching Yard|
|8. Tenderness On The Block|
|9. Lawyers, Guns And Money|
He has other great ones, but if you only get one album, this is the one.
On this album he wrote great catchy tunes with interesting and often very humourous lyrics, in some cases a very warped and dark humour but humourous nonetheless.
All the songs are great, especially Werewolves, Excitable Boy, and Accidentally Like A Martyr.
Werewolves of London! I love that song. I loved it when I first heard it once upon a time, and it delights me today! ("His hair was *perfect*.")Published 1 month ago by Lady Leo
Warren at his finest in 180 vinyl- what else do you need?Published 2 months ago by Christian Carroll
Warren Zevon's Excitable Boy might as well be Warren Zevon's Greatest Hits considering how many great songs came out of it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by By CJs Pirate
Fast shipping, excellent condition - just as advertised! it's been years since I've heard this album and it was a joy!Published 5 months ago by Pattie
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|This edition's version of Tule's Blues vs. Preludes version||
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There are two versions, Preludes version is piano only and sounds like a demo. The "Wanted Dead or Alive" is a band and fully flushed out. That and "She Quit Me" to have long been the great songs off that...
Dec 15, 2013 by Cain Knobel | See all 2 posts