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White Trash From Hell


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 2 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fire
  • ASIN: B000065CUI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #167,572 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By C. Bissonnette on April 20 2010
Format: Audio CD
If your a Hardcore fan of Everclear like i was at the time you<l love having this rare album in your colection.

Its <<grungy>> song were extract of World of noises there first album ... Its dark its Old school and it a very nice additions to your rares...

Charly
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This is an EP of songs that were recorded with original drummer Scott Cuthburt. I think these songs were recorded in 1993 or 1994, for sure after the World of Noise songs were recorded.
This collection starts off with Heroin Girl, an earlier recording of the song from Sparkle and Fade. Then Pacific Wonderland, a surf instrumental that Everclear has been playing on their 2003 tour. Blondes and Detriot are ok songs, but 1975 is great. It's heavy and features dirty screaming guitars. For Pete's Sake is another great one from this collection. It's a song about someone who's mad at you for winning the girl. True story, too. Finally an acoustic version of Fire Maple Song with current drummer Greg Eklund closes the disc. This song has always been a fan favorite, but this acoustic version will make you want to cry.
This disc is very interesting and very enjoyable most of the way. I'd recommend it to hardcore Everclear fans only and to all those who love World of Noise and Sparkle and Fade. If you want the rock side of Everclear, here it is!
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I just love the title "White Trash Hell"! Brilliant! WTH is a small collection of B-side material from Everclear's early days, which hints at all of the promise the band had at the time of release. If memory serves me correctly, WTH was a "demo" type disc made to try and land a recording contract with Capitol records, which led to "Sparkle & Fade". No Everclear collection is complete without WTH, so (W)hat (T)he (H)ell are you waiting for? Pick up a copy today!!!
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Great collection of b-sides and rarities. I'm forced to give it 4 stars, becuase of it's short length (just over 20 minutes.) These songs are really similar to those on World of Noise and Sparkle and Fade, my favorite Everclear albums. Everclear's last three albums were real stinkers in my opinion (especially the new one..) They're way too radio friendly and effect heavy. This compilation is better than all three of the last albums (both american movie volumes and slowmotion daydream) combined. I prefered the raw rough sound of early Everclear much better. This seven track collection preserves that sound. Recommended to Everclear fans without hesitation.
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