Download links and information about Greatest Stiffs by Wreckless Eric. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:06:43 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative|
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|1.||Whole Wide World||2:59|
|4.||Take the Cash||3:36|
|7.||Tonight (Is My Night)||2:44|
|8.||Hit Or Miss Judy||4:36|
|9.||Walking On the Surface of the Moon||3:52|
|11.||Let's Go To the Pictures||3:09|
|15.||It'll Soon Be the Weekend||3:31|
|17.||I Wish It Would Rain||3:45|
|18.||Out of the Blue||3:04|
|20.||The Final Taxi||4:36|
There's one complaint with Metro's Greatest Stiffs collection — Wreckless Eric's unhinged version of Devo's "Be Stiff," the song that the British indie Stiff made all their second-wave artists record, isn't here. It was the best out of all the versions of "Be Stiff," and it would have been a highlight of his Stiff recordings even if he'd been the only one to cut it there. Apart from that, and maybe the absence of his smashing version of Ian Dury's "Rough Kids," this is a flawless collection of his terrific recordings for Stiff, drawing highlights from those three full-length albums, including songs that haven't been easily available on CD. And while Wreckless' incoherent, slurred growl may be an acquired taste, it's totally rock & roll, and the best early songs here — "Whole Wide World," "Reconnez Cherie," "Semaphore Signals," "Take the Cash (K.A.S.H.)," among others — are wild, terrific rock & roll, while the songs toward the end of the record prove that he's a fine pop songwriter as well. Wreckless Eric may be a cult act, but this record proves why he has a cult.