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Gentlemen (Gentlemen at 21 Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Gentlemen (Gentlemen at 21 Deluxe Edition) by The Afghan Whigs. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 02:05:27 minutes.

Artist: The Afghan Whigs
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 02:05:27
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No. Title Length
1. If I Were Going 3:05
2. Gentlemen 3:53
3. Be Sweet 3:36
4. Debonair 4:14
5. When We Two Parted 5:47
6. Fountain and Fairfax 4:20
7. What Jail Is Like 3:29
8. My Curse 5:45
9. Now You Know 4:09
10. I Keep Coming Back 4:51
11. Brother Woodrow 5:39
12. If I Were Going (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 3:17
13. Gentlemen (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 3:53
14. Be Sweet (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 3:35
15. Debonair (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 4:13
16. When We Two Parted (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 5:03
17. Fountain and Fairfax (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 4:00
18. What Jail Is Like (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 3:29
19. My Curse (Demo, Recorded At Ultrasuede) 6:03
20. Now You Know (Instrumental Rough Mix From Ardent) 4:39
21. Brother Woodrow (Instrumental Rough Mix From Ardent) 5:15
22. Little Girl Blue [B-Side (Rodgers/Hart) [Recorded at Audiocraft, Cincinnati, OH] 4:36
23. Ready [B-Side (Mays/Harshe) [Recorded at Audiocraft, Cincinnati, OH] 3:17
24. Mr. Superlove [B-Side (Cleaver) [Recorded at Audiocraft, Cincinnati, OH] 6:05
25. The Dark End of the Street [B-Side  (Penn/Moman) [Recorded at Audiocraft, Cincinnati, OH] 4:03
26. What Jail Is Like (KTCL Live Music At the Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO May 10th, 1994) 4:05
27. Now You Know (KTCL Live Music At the Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO May 10th, 1994) 4:07
28. My World Is Empty Without You I Hear a Symphony (KTCL Live Music At the Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO May 10th, 1994) 6:59



This deluxe edition of The Afghan Whigs’ 1993 major-label debut features a remastered version of the original album and 17 bonus tracks, including demos, b-sides, and live performances, most of which are previously unreleased. The original album expanded on the dark sounds and R&B influences heard on their previous album, Congregation, capturing a nuanced “cinematic” sound as the album was “shot on location” at Ardent Studios in Memphis. Eight demos were recorded at bassist John Curley’s Ultrasuede studio in Cincinnati. A passionate film noir version of the classic soul tune “The Dark End of the Street” best showcases the band’s seductive allure.