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Irresistable Impulse

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Download links and information about Irresistable Impulse by James Chance. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 49 tracks with total duration of 04:16:48 minutes.

Artist: James Chance
Release date: 2003
Genre: Jazz, Rock
Tracks: 49
Duration: 04:16:48
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Designed to Kill 2:46
2. My Infatuation 2:19
3. I Don't Want to Be Happy 3:21
4. Anesthetic 3:52
5. Contort Yourself 4:23
6. Throw Me Away 2:43
7. Roving Eye 3:08
8. Twice Removed 3:03
9. Bedroom Athlete 4:14
10. Throw Me Away (live) 3:02
11. Twice Removed (live) 3:10
12. Jailhouse Rock (live) 3:23
13. That's When Your Heartaches Begin 3:25
14. Schleyer's Tires 2:48
15. McGraw Army Base / Munchen 2:24
16. Theme from Grutzi Elvis 1:37
17. Contort Yourself (1st Version) 6:15
18. Contort Yourself (August Darnell Remix) 3:08
19. Stained Sheets 5:50
20. (Tropical) Heat Wave 3:52
21. Almost Black (part 1) 3:17
22. White Savages 4:52
23. Off Black 6:28
24. Almost Black (part 2) 3:58
25. White Devil 4:36
26. Bleached Black 2:51
27. Christmas With Satan 10:00
28. Don't Stop Til You Get Enough (live) 6:35
29. Exorcise the Funk (live) 6:41
30. Disposable You (live) 6:05
31. Irresistable Impulse 6:09
32. That Old Black Magic 6:49
33. Disco Jaded 6:21
34. Money to Burn 6:22
35. Sax Maniac 7:34
36. Sax Machine 4:19
37. The Twitch 6:30
38. Super Bad 8:28
39. Melt Yourself Down 6:10
40. Hell On Earth 8:18
41. The Devil Made Me Do It 8:14
42. Boulevard of Broken Dreams 7:14
43. Rantin' and Ravin' 8:55
44. The Natives Are Restless 7:43
45. Caravan / It Don't Mean a Thing / Melt Yourself Down 8:47
46. I Danced With a Zombie 9:58
47. White Meat 4:59
48. Town Without Pity 4:23
49. Hyp No Tease 5:29

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Along with Lydia Lunch, James Chance was one of the key figures in the no wave movement of the late '70s in New York. Armed with an alto sax and a disjointed funk band that knew exactly what they were getting into, Chance combined a disco beat, Ornette Coleman's Prime Time, James Brown's funk, and Stooges-era Iggy Pop theatrics that few have ever come close to matching. It wasn't odd that members of his paying audience would occasionally get assaulted by Chance if they weren't up and dancing. Unlike G.G. Allin, Chance never flung feces to get his point across, he went straight for the throat. Irresistible Impulse is an amazing triple-disc, 49-song box set covering Chance's entire career. It includes all four of his full-length albums, three on the Ze label (Buy the Contortions, Off White, and Flaming Demonics) and his 1982 release on Chris Stein's Animal Records, Sax Maniac. Also included are extremely rare tracks from Theme From Grutzi Elvis, Melt Yourself Down, Soul Exorcism, the unreleased Judy Taylor Sessions, one messed-up Christmas carol, "Christmas With Satan," and a 32-page booklet to boot. James Chance is definitely an acquired taste, but make no mistake, this set of danceable sleaze will leave its mark on the novice and have the ardent fan frothing.