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Something's Wrong (album)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Something's Wrong[1] is a compilation album of studio recordings and unreleased live tracks by Violent Femmes in 2001. Tracks 1 and 3-12 are studio recordings from 1995-1997. Some songs are alternate versions of previously released songs. Tracks 16-22 are live recordings selected from the 1999 Viva Wisconsin sessions. Tracks 2 and 13-15 are demos recorded in 1995 and 1996.

The album was released only in MP3 format, by the online store eMusic.com.

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Transcription

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Positively 4th St."2:55
2."12 Steps"3:36
3."All I Want" (Alternate Version)4:36
4."Yes Oh Yes"2:23
5."My Way"2:43
6."Rules of Success"3"05
7."Every Breath You Take"2:18
8."Raquel"3:00
9."Hollywood Is High" (Alternate Version)2:24
10."I Wanna See You Again"2:47
11."Reckless Stones"4:41
12."Requiem"2:52
13."Washtub Bender"3:28
14."Procession"1:39
15."Something's Wrong"2:22
16."36-24-36"2:07
17."Out the Window"3:15
18."Werewolf"4:03
19."I Know It's True"4:36
20."Fat"2:05
21."Waiting for a Bus"2:41
22."Herbsttag"1:53

Personnel

Additional musicians

  • Petra Haden – Violin (track 3)
  • Pierre Henry – Musique Concrete composition and arrangement (track 11)
  • Violent Femmes – Sounds and samples (track 11)
  • Sigmund Snopek III – Piano (track 19), flute (track 22)

References

  1. ^ "VIOLENT FEMMES Discography". Archived from the original on 17 October 2007.
This page was last edited on 28 October 2018, at 02:41
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