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Choice Cuts: Best of Jackyl
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Category: Hard Rock
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Jesse James Dupree vocals|
Jeff Worley guitar
Jimmy Stiff guitar
Tom Bettini bass
Chris Worley drums
|1. ||We're an American Band |
|2. ||Down on Me |
|3. ||When Will It Rain |
|4. ||Locked and Loaded |
|5. ||I Stand Alone |
|6. ||I Am the Walrus |
|7. ||Push Comes to Shove |
|8. ||Headed for Destruction |
|9. ||The Lumberjack |
|10. ||Misery Loves Company |
|11. ||Dixieland |
|12. ||Secret of the Bottle |
|13. ||Dirty Little Mind live |
|14. ||Redneck Punk live |
|15. ||Mister, Can You Spare a Dime? |
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: The Fizzy One
||Date: October 2, 2002 at 22:49|
|The personnel is the same as their other albums, sorry if I didn't write it in there. Well, here's a contractually-obligated best-of CD. Some rather odd choices here (i.e. "Misery Loves COmpany" and "Secret of the Bottle"), two live tracks (notice that Jesse's sex-rap on "Dirty Little Mind" is VERY similar to the version on NOTLD) and three previously-unreleased songs, two of them covers. Where is "Cut the Crap" or "Thanks for the Grammy?"
||Date: October 21, 2002 at 23:29|
|ALL THE JACKYL YOU WOULD EVER NEED & MAYBE MORE THAN YOU'D ACTUALLY EVER NEED. ALL THE "HITS" FROM THE DEBUT DISC. THE UNRELEASED MUSIC ON HERE IS WEAK. A "GOOD" COMPILATION FOR THE CASUAL FAN OF THE BAND. 8.0 OVERALL.
|From: Hard N' Heavy
||Date: May 12, 2003 at 18:17|
|Great CD. I HAVE PLAYED THIS CD SO MANY TIMES THAT I HAD TO REPLACE IT WITH A NEW COPY. A must have for any Jackyl fan!! There past show here in VA this weekend rocked hard!!
||Date: February 15, 2006 at 0:51|
|This is a good one to pick up if your not familiar with Jackyl. It covers their first three studio albums plus a live one and has most of their best songs and a few unreleased one to.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 17, 2009 at 20:18|
|A good-enough best-of package, with all the essentials, and a few extras. The Beatles cover sucks, though, and I really wish the rare B-side "Walkin' Change" had been included instead, as that's a great song not available anywhere else. We do get the equally rare "Mister, Can You Spare A Dime," though, so that's something. And I have no idea why "isery Loves Company" is on there, or what the hell is going on during the live version of "Dirty Little Mind." Jesse asks someone, "You got your seatbelt on? If you get hurt, I don't you to cry, don't you be cryin', no shit, I'm warnin' you right now ..." Huh?
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