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That's the far better record...although I really do like the title song.
It helps to understand and be a fan of Zevon's work, but I would recommend this CD to anyone that can appreciate good story telling in the form of music.
I loved The Hockey Song and the one that is a parody of an Irish Folk Ballad.
This is a great album. The title song (My Ride's Here) is my favorite, followed by (in this order) Sacrificial Lambs, Basket Case, Lord Byron's Luggage, Macgillycuddy's Reeks,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick Star
This album is classic Zevon. I picked it up after a local DJ played "hit somebody" aka the hockey song. Hadn't heard it in many years. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Minelli
I purhased this CD specifically for "the hockey song" and thus was quite satisfied. The remainder of the material was relatively low impact material from Warren ZevonPublished 9 months ago by Greg Wilson
This is one of Warren's greatest later albums. There are some real gems on here! I love the title track especially.Published 10 months ago by Eliza Docca
I thought I had all of the great Warren Zevon's stuff, but somehow I'd overlooked this one (or thought it was another live album). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bruce Donley
If you are a Excitable Boy Album fan, if you are like me, you will hate this wailing crap.
The music on most of his albums is good, but the lyrics blow big chunks. Read more
This is a great album even if one doesn't know it came out just before Zevon knew he had lung cancer.
I love Hit Somebody!
I guess I bought it for the widow or the heirs? No really great songs but I have a lot of Zevon so why not this one?Published 13 months ago by Jonathan D. Smith
Warren Zevon, though he had his personal failings, was a BRILLIANT song writer. "My Ride's Here" is in my opinion right up there with his first masterpiece, "Warren... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dale Curtis