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Violent Femmes (Deluxe Edition) (20th Ann Ed) (Bonus CD) Import


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  • Audio CD (June 25 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Rhino-Atlantic
  • ASIN: B000066RM6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

Disc: 1
1. Blister In The Sun
2. Kiss Off
3. Please Do Not Go
4. Add It Up
5. Confessions
6. Prove My Love
7. Promise
8. To The Kill
9. Gone Daddy Gone
10. Good Feeling
See all 21 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Special (Live)
2. Country Death Song (Live)
3. To The Kill (Live)
4. Never Tell (Live)
5. Break Song (Live)
6. Her Television (Live)
7. How Do You Say Goodbye (Live)
8. Theme And Variations (Live)
9. Prove My Love (Live)
10. Gone Daddy Gone (Live)
See all 15 tracks on this disc


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By Marten Koops on April 8 2014
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I was really excited to have found a copy of this album online and promptly ordered it. Shipped relatively slowly but i don't mind that truly. The thing I am disappointed with is vinyl itself, it skips more than too many times per side to be acceptable especially on my new setup. Too bad really, just be careful.
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What a great album, and I can't believe I found it on vinyl for such a good price! Really loving it.
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Format: Audio CD
Well, 20 years, and still "rocking".
Da femmes, an indescribably delicious band, have been fulfilling my music needs since I first heard a copy of a copy of a scratchy record of this fine album. On my...Western Auto Spark-O-Matic Tape player and home speakers bungee corded in the back of my 1980 Pontiac Sunbird, I found my music. Gano screeching my frustrations, Ritchie vibrating my car, and DeLorenzo pounding my senses... and now, here it is better, louder, and with new and improved features...
Girl Trouble, Breakin' Up, and In Style would make it worth the asking price alone, but instead I get it all. 2 CD's.. the original, the demos, the live stuff, and an interview... wow. Rhino got it right.
I bought the day it came out, bought a copy for my wife, and have been telling anybody who bothers to listen to me to get it..
No one has been disappointed, and no one will.
But don't stop here. Get more albums... and become ONE with the Femmes...
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By A Customer on July 18 2004
Format: Audio CD
I forgot how good this release was....It's a fixture in my car CD player at the moment!
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Format: Audio CD
This album is, in the very best way, like a perfect pair of toenail clippers.
That is: it's something you don't use all the time, but every so often you realize, "It's been too long, I need something..." and it occurs to you that only one thing will do the job. Either toenail clippers, or "The Violent Femmes."
It shouldn't work. The instruments are simple and spare and loosey-goosey. Gano's voice is weird and the lyrics tend to be whiny and self-pitying. And yet the whole thing stands up as a remarkably fun, wonderful little album.
Aside from the music, one of the best things about "The Violent Femmes" is its bizarre, broad appeal. It always gets a smile when played at a party and beyond all reason it gets people of all shapes and sizes singing along. When I was in high school and college, all the cool freaky girls liked this record. As well as some of the regular girls who were really freaky girls pretending to be regular, even back in the day when Bon Jovi and Poison supplied pep rally soundtrack.
But that was a long time ago, and it seems like people are still picking up on it. It's a nice thought that one of the sonic staples of my teen angst period is now being picked up by kids who've heard Beck and The White Stripes first.
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Format: Audio CD
I can't believe I'm the first person to review this album; I just assumed that there would be hundreds of reviews praising the songs and the band. I'm shocked...
This is a masterpiece; this is a must have album for anyone who appreciates punk and/or rock music. I can't fathom anyone not loving this album. It's poetry; it's teenage angst; it's unique in its musical stylings.
The Violent Femmes are brilliant musicians who redefined the genre of punk music.
Buy this album!
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By Six on May 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is just about as perfect as an album can be for being so minimal. Great songs to just chill and get drunk to. Gordon Gano is an awesome song writer, and the acoustics of the bass and guitar are just heavy as hell...BOMBASTIC!!! Chances are you probably own this album already, but if you don't, get it...you NEED it!!!
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Format: Audio CD
I realize this music is supposed to be angry and a little rough-edged, but some of these songs approach the unlistenable. The uneven vocal on 'Promise' makes my spine tense like the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard. 'Confessions' and 'Please Do Not Go,' while sounding excellent most of the time, also have certain lines which show a complete disregard for harmony, melody and meter. Some artists can make dissonance sound good, but the Femmes don't seem to have that artistry.
The album's best songs are the simplest and catchiest; 'Kiss Off,' 'Prove My Love, 'Gone Daddy Gone' and the extra track 'Ugly,' and of course the anthemic 'Blister in the Sun.' 'Add It Up' is another problem altogether; if you can accept this sheer volume of angst and sexual frustration, or even relate to it, you'll probably like it; it's definitley one of the purest and deepest expressions of a certain sentiment in modern music, even if some people will find that sentiment a bit gratuitous.
Again, I know that Gano wasn't aiming to be pretty, but songs like 'Blister in the Sun' prove that the Femmes were capable of making something tuneful as well as emotive, and I wish they had been more consistent about it.
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