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Jenny & The Ess-Dog Import

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Japanese exclusive mini-album features 10 tracks, 9 of which are non-LP! Tracks, 'Jenny & The Ess-Dog (Album Version)', 'Pink India (Live)', 'The Hook (Live)', 'Discretion Grove (Single Version)', 'Sin Taxi (Non-LP)', 'Leisurely Poison (Non-LP)', 'Vague S

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Jenny & The Ess-Dog (Album Version)
  2. Pink India (Live)
  3. The Hook (Live)
  4. Discretion Grove (Single Version)
  5. Sin Taxi
  6. Leisurely Poison
  7. Vague Space (Demo Version)
  8. Malay Massaker
  9. Keep The Faith (Live)
  10. That's What Mama Said (Live)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import [Generic]
  • ASIN: B00005L8CU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,293,469 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Everyone wants Stephen Malkmus to sound just like Pavement did in the good old days. And for the most part on his first solo album, he does. This is the second single off that album, and Jenny & The Ess Dog sounds like it could be Pavement, except that this song is (gasp!) actually in narrative form. The remaining songs, however, are an interesting departure from Malkmus. "That's What Mama Said" is a long, guitar jam, "Alien Boy" is a cover of an old punk song by The Wipers (and it sounds an awful lot like early Nirvana, and "Keep The Faith" is more of a crowd sing-along type song than anythign else. Malkmus exploring the kind of music he grew up loving isn't a bad thing, it's just different. And while this is one of those cd's I'll buy and only listen to once in a while, it's a great cd to add to a collection.
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I gave this 3 stars based on the price. It has most of the B-sides from the singles but leaves out 'Alien Boy' from the UK version of Jenny and 'Polish Mule' from the UK version of Jo Jo's. It does however have everything from Discretion Grove and Phantasies EP. You should pick up the UK Jo Jo's just for the video, it's funny. The only song that's exclusive to this release is the live version of Pink India. Completists still will need Jo Jo's Jacket and the other version of Jenny & The Ess-Dog, but if you havent got Phantasies or Discretion Grove this is a good way to get em all in one.
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"Jenny and The Ess-Dog" is by far the best song on Stephen Malkmus' self-titled debut. For those of you bashing the three live tracks, it was meant to be just a little bit of Stephen getting back to his roots. They aren't terrific, but they're far from unlistenable. My personal favourite is "Keep the Faith". Don't dismiss this until you've heard it. It's worth the six bucks.
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this is a rather disappointing release. all three b sides are live cover songs, and only "Alien Boy" is any good (a highlight encore in the Malkmus show I went to, very cool!) But Keep the Faith and That's What Mama Said are just awful. They sound like half of Molly Hatchet and some dude from a blues cover band got Malkmus real drunk and they just kind of tried to jam and mess around. I guess that doesn't make sense, but the point is that the single would be better if they just put Alien Boy on it.
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