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Earth Vs The Wildhearts is the Major label debut by British Rock band
The Wildhearts, Released in 1993 South-Shields rock ‘n’ roll fourpiece.
Raw, technical melodic rock with touches of punk and power-pop evoking
influences such a Cheap Trick, Jason & The Scorchers, Johnny
Thunders and The Ramones. Lyrics concerning world politics, quality of
life in London and the general rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle fill tracks such
as ‘TV Tan’, ‘Suckerpunch’ and ‘Miles Away Girl’.This 2 CD collection
contains all the b-sides from the era housed in a slipcase, the booklet
contains notes by Classic Rocks Jerry Ewing and extensive artwork with
photos and memorabilia from the era, all approved by Ginger himself.

Weight 200 kg


Disc One - Greetings from Shitsville / Tv Tan / Everlone / Shame
On Me / Caffeine Bomb / Loveshit / The Miles Away Girl / My Baby Is A
Head*** / Suckerpunch / News Of The World / Drinking About Life / Love
You Till I Don't

Disc Two -Mondo Akimbo-A-Go Go /
Nothing Ever Changes But The Shoes / Crying Over Nothing / Turning
American / Liberty Cap / Don't Be Happy Just Worry - Splattermania/
Somethingweird (Going On In My Head) / Weekend (5 Long Days) / Dreaming
In A / And The Bullshit Goes On (B-Side Greetings From Shitsville)
B-Sides Tv Tan- Show A Little Emotion / Dangerlust / Down On London


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