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Catalog Number: MCAD-31004 (original) ; B0005553-00 (1999 reissue)
|1.||Gimme Back My Bullets||3:29|
|2.||Every Mother's Son||4:58|
|4.||I Got The Same Old Blues||4:09|
|6.||Roll Gypsy Roll||2:51|
|8.||Cry For The Bad Man||4:50|
|9.||All I Can Do Is Write About It||4:19|
|10.||Double Trouble live bonus track||3:13|
|11.||I Got the Same Old Blues live bonus track||4:13||Cover: JJ Cale|
|12.||Gimme Back My Bullets live bonus track||4:19|
|13.||Cry for the Bad Man live bonus track||5:35|
|14.||All I Can Do Is Write About It acoustic bonus track||4:24|
|15.||Double Trouble alternate studio take bonus track||2:52|
|Total Running Time:||59:47|
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|From: James||Date: April 3, 2005 at 18:42|
|One of my favorite Skynyrd albums. The sound is stripped back but the songs are so refreshing, especially after all these years of hearing the same songs on the radio. This is like sitting on the back porch playing music for yourself and not for the record company|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: July 30, 2009 at 4:00|
|This was produced by legendary soundman Tom Dowd, who previously worked with Clapton & Duane Allman from the Derek & The Domino sessions amongs others. This was probably the right choice for Skynyrd at the time, who apparently were a mess, & needed some guidence. Dowd made sure that this album was not sloppy yet it doesn't get the critcal acclaim of "Street Survivors", probably due to the fact that it didn't have that perfect radio hit. "Bullets" was airplayed but quickly fell. In any event, this album has no weak tracks & holds up today like most of Skynyrds material.|
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