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|1. Something You Ain't Got|
|3. Where Have Those Days Gone|
|4. Fluffy Lucy|
|5. The Riverside|
|6. Gimme One More Chance|
|7. I'm So Glad She Ain't Never Coming Back|
|8. Side Ifui|
|9. I Need Better Friends|
|11. Night Falls|
|12. Better Times Are Coming Our Way|
|13. Everybody Gets One For Free|
|14. Darling We're Out Of Time|
I love Cracker, and this is a good album with some great songs.
To pull it off for a decade and to keep growing in range and depth over time, that's the mark of significant achievement, classic status and the like.
If you like classic Cracker (Cracker, Keroseen Hat, The Golden Age) you really need to give this album a listen.
This album "is like a box of chocolates"! A little something for everyone! It earned every star it's rated! Thanx!Published 8 days ago by Samuel E Smith
I love Cracker, and this is a good album with some great songs. But not necessarily their best album out.Published 24 months ago by orbit63
From their alt-country to edgier rock tracks, this album sounds like a mature version of their early work. Nothing sounds like it was thrown on here to appease the radio crowd. Read morePublished on December 4, 2010 by Thomas J. Forwood
Cracker's 7th studio release 2006's "Greenland", is the follow up to the country themed album "Country-sides". Cracker returned to the rock they did on "Forever". Read morePublished on July 26, 2010 by ScottE
I've been a Cracker fan since Keroseen Hat and when I saw them at this small hole in the wall club in Austin called Mohawk I became a huge fan. Read morePublished on September 7, 2008 by Stephen B. Sumemrlin
I find the album a little less inventive and interesting than I was hoping. Check out Cracker's album with Left Over Salmon.Published on February 14, 2008 by abbazaba
This album is great, but then again, is there a Cracker album that isn't? All the songs are wonderfully quirky, and easily identifiable as the "Cracker Soul" style of song... Read morePublished on December 5, 2007 by S. Fredson
I have only heard a few tracks from Cracker over the years. I seemed to miss them somehow in their heyday. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Kevin L. Law
I never review anything - go on, look. See, nothing. I don't usually care enough to.
This album is incredibly moving. Read more