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Real Gone
 : Real Gone



by: Tom Waits


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: WAITS,TOM
EAN: 0045778667826
Item Dimensions: 4905602038
Label: Anti/Epitaph
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Anti/Epitaph
Model: 2004195
MPN: 1686049
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: October 05, 2004
Publisher: Anti/Epitaph
Release Date: October 05, 2004
Studio: Anti/Epitaph




Disc 1:
  1. Top Of The Hill
  2. Hoist That Rag
  3. Sins Of My Father
  4. Shake It
  5. Don't Go Into The Barn
  6. How's It Gonna End
  7. Metropolitan Glide
  8. Dead And Lovely
  9. Circus
  10. Trampled Rose
  11. Green Grass
  12. Baby Gonna Leave Me
  13. Clang Boom Steam
  14. Make It Rain
  15. Day After Tomorrow
  16. Chick A Boom (Hidden Track) - Tom Waits
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Tom Waits is one of the most influential musicians in the world today, an artist who never rests on his laurels. He continues to re-invent music, push boundaries and create new sounds. On Real Gone, the up tempo tracks are some of the rawest and most kinetic he's ever laid down...He's never sounded like he's had this much fun...while the ballads are among his most beautiful and even chilling at times. Real Gone also contains his first overtly political song, "The Day After Tomorrow", a plaintive letter home from a young soldier in the middle of a war. Taken as a whole, the experience is breathtaking.

Amazon.com:
There's little risk of confusing Tom Waits with the gentle pop folk who have covered his songs--Rod Stewart, Sarah McLachlan, Everything But the Girl, just to name a few. That's because even though the eccentric songwriter is capable of summoning the most tender sentiments, his preferred method of delivery is through carnival melodies, crackpot instruments, and a bourbon-soaked bark. Real Gone continues the dark experimental streak of not just its predecessors like Alice and Blood Money, but the past 30 years. Yes, the percussion is sharper, the arrangements stranger, and the voice more ghost-like than ever, but at the center of all the chaos remains an uncanny storyteller--capable of ripping down governments ("Sins of My Father") and building up tears ("Day After Tomorrow"). --Aidin Vaziri



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