Download links and information about Gentlemen (Remastered) by The Afghan Whigs. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 48:48 minutes.
|Artist:||The Afghan Whigs|
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|1.||If I Were Going||3:05|
|5.||When We Two Parted||5:47|
|6.||Fountain and Fairfax||4:20|
|7.||What Jail Is Like||3:29|
|9.||Now You Know||4:09|
|10.||I Keep Coming Back||4:51|
"Understand, I'm a gentleman," Greg Dulli wails on the muscular title track to the Afghan Whigs' major-label debut, but of course a gentleman never tells, adding just one more lie to the song's laundry list of indiscretions spanning from infidelity to substance abuse. An unrepentant rake reeking of sex, booze, and fear, Dulli is the male id made flesh, and few of his lyrics better articulate the primal urges and desires that dictate his thoughts and actions. This 12" single also includes the Whigs' brilliantly sinister rendition of the Ass Ponys' "Mr. Superlove," which deftly combines Dulli's nicotine growl with an overripe backwoods arrangement. Not since Deliverance has the plucking of a banjo seemed so ominous. A potent cover of James Carr's deep soul cheating classic "The Dark End of the Street" closes the set. Stripped of armaments save for a mournful piano and eerie peals of feedback, Dulli delivers one of his most heartfelt and affecting performances.