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|1. Heartattack And Vine|
|2. In Shades|
|3. Saving All My Love For You|
|5. Jersey Girl|
|6. 'Til The Money Runs Out|
|7. On The Nickel|
|8. Mr. Siegal|
|9. Ruby's Arms|
It was one of the best investments I ever made.
Apart from the obvious winners, "Ruby's Arms," "Jersey Girl," "On The Nickel," and "Downtown," there's so much fun with "Mr. Siegal" and the title track.
If you like his more agressive music, get this album, if you like the softer side of Tom Waits, get this album too.
Exactly the product I wanted, delivered in perfect condition.
For those who enjoy Waits' work, this album is a treat. Read more
My favorite phrase is "I stole my neighbors truck and drove it through the mud".
A great performer. Read more
Unique musical talent, the instrumentation sooo garage-ish. And the lyrics / vocals... only Tom Waits could write songs like these.Published 10 months ago by Gerry Mullen
This is such a great seedy urban album full of city songs about whores, broken hearts and drinking, this whole album is great. Rather than his typical setting of underbelly L.A. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Timothy A. Van Huss
This is one of his best in my opinion. I also have the LP. Any true Tom Waits fan can't go wrong!!Published on March 11, 2013 by C. A. Bergman
If you are a Tom Waits fan, you should own this. If you are not a fan, you should be. Why doesn't he do "Downtown" live? Best lyrics he ever did.Published on January 26, 2013 by DougB
If someone wanted to cleave Tom Waits' career in two like a big yuletide log or a big steamy potato, somewhere between 1980's "Heartattack and Vine" and 1983's "Swordfishtrombones"... Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by ewomack
. . . but still pretty good. More like an overview of Waits' career to this point (1980), there are gravelly rockers, weepy ballads & creepy characters galore. Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by Edwin W. Skinner, Jr.