Wildhearts

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Wildhearts - Riff After Riff Riff After Riff
Pop New - LP RPM055 Gearhead
Sealed 2004 Vinyl. "Recycling Six Cuts From The Japanese 'Riff After Riff After Motherfucking Riff' EP, This Album Has The Benefit Of A Name You Can Say In Front Of Your Mom, But The Good News Is That The Wildhearts' Patented Blend Of Hard Rock Punch, Glam-Inspired Melodic Texture, And Punk Rock Energy And Abandon Sounds As Powerful As Ever. What's More, Frontal Lobe Ginger Is One Of Those Rare Guys Who Knows There's Something Just A Bit Goofy About The Muscle And Pomp Of Big Loud Rock, And That This Is Not To Be Ignored Or Considered A Badge Of Shame, But Part Of What Makes This Stuff Great. Which Is To Say Riff After Riff Is Hard Rock That's Actually Fun, And The Purposeful Laughs In "Better Than Cable," "Putting It On," And "Action Panzer" Just Add Value To The Package. If There's Still Room In Your Musical Heart For Sweaty English Guys With Loud Guitars, Big Amps, And A Notion To Have Some Non-Wholesome Good Times, Then Riff After Riff Deserves A Place On Your Stereo, And It's Nice To Have The Wildhearts Back On Domestic Plastic After All These Years." - AMG... more details
 
Wildhearts - P.H.U.Q. P.H.U.Q.
Pop New - LP 10654 East West
New, Unplayed 1995 Limited Edition, Textured Gatefold Original With Custom Slbum Hype Sticker On The Cover. “Though It Had Featured A Stunning Collection Of Would-Be Hits And Almost-Classic Hard Rock Anthems, The Wildhearts' First Full-Length Album Earth Vs. The Wildhearts Had Suffered From A Terribly Lifeless Production Job Which Somehow Managed To Douse Most Of The Band's Volatile Spark. So It Was With Great Relief That Listeners Finally Got To Enjoy All The Creative, Daring, Explosive Power And Barely Reigned-In Lunacy Of The Band's Incredible Live Performances With The Release Of Their Excellent 1995 Sophomore Effort P.H.U.Q. ven By Main Man Ginger's Production Line Standards, Tracks Like "Just In Lust," "Nita Nitro," And "Jonesing For Jones" Rank Among The Wildhearts' Best Material, And Opener "I Wanna Go Where The People Go" Is Quite Possibly Their Best Single Ever -- No Mean Feat. By Contrast, The Album's Climax Arrives With An Extended Suite Which Begins With The Cleverly Titled Instrumental "Cold Patootie Tango" Careens Through The Stop-Start Dynamics Of "Caprice" And Concludes With The Cathartic Anthem Of Disenfranchisement Which Is "Be My Drug." With So Much Inspiration Flying Around, Ginger's Sardonic, Profanity-Laced Lyrics Are Often The Only Thing Limiting The Hit Potential. P.H.U.Q. Officially Concludes With The Frenetically Repetitive "Getting It." Despite Being Embraced By Critics And Fans In Britain And Across Europe, P.H.U.Q. Was To Be The Wildhearts' Most Overlooked Masterpiece In America, And It Is Little Wonder That The Band Never Fully Recovered From Their Disappointment.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 

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