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Artist: The Wildhearts

Title: Endless, Nameless

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: Mushroom Records

Catalog Number: Mush 13 CD

Personnel

Ginger vocals, guitar
Jef Strefield guitar
Danny McCormack bass
Ritch Battersby drums

Tracks

1.  Junkeystein  
2.  Nurse Maximum  
3.  Anthem  
4.  Urge  
5.  Pissjoy  
6.  Soundog Babylon  
7.  Now Is the Colour  
8.  Heroin  
9.  Why You Lie  
10.  Thunderfuck  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Big Papa K Date: June 18, 2004 at 3:05
The Wildhearts were pretty messed up with drugs by this point. This album is recorded in a very weird industrial/lo-fi type mix making the album tough to listen to. If you give it several spins, some songs do come out of the noise (Anthem), but this is their worst studio album of their career. 5/10

From: SITNKITS Date: June 19, 2004 at 19:35
Difficult to listen to, evidently not the recording of a happy band, and lyrics written for the ears of one man only. If you're the sort of person who likes to feel "safe" and prefers a band to sound "like they should", then you'll be disappointed....but in my humble opinion, this is still the finest body of work Ginger has ever created, especially the breath-taking 'Urge'. 10/10

From: Aero Force Mike Date: May 12, 2005 at 11:51
It's alright actually... I guess maybe it's partly cos I was expecting something absolutely atrocious that I was pleasantly surprised, but either way, it's still a reasonable album. It sounds very little like what one would expect from the Wildhearts, but there's some great moments within the thick distrotion... and Pissjoy just flat-out kicks ass. I can't stand the cover of Dogs D'amour's Heroin, absolutely destroyed the song, but aside from that one, it's an interesting listen. 6.5/10


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