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Once Bitten Twice Shy (5099749628427)
1. Once Bitten Twice Shy
2. Who Do You Love
3. Colwater High
4. One Fine Day
5. Truth, The Whole Truth, Nuthin' But the Truth, The
6. All American Alien Boy
7. Common Disease
8. Justice of the Peace
9. When the Daylight Comes
10. Cleveland Rocks
12. Gun Control
16. Great Expectations
17. Good Man in a Bad Time
18. Women's Intuition
19. Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady
20. All the Young Dudes
21. Shades Off
23. Letter to Britannia From the Union Jack
24. You Nearly Did Me In
25. Advice to a Friend
26. Shallow Crystals
28. Standing in My Light
29. Outsider, The
30. Junkman With Genya Ravan
31. Old Records Never Die
32. All of the Good Ones Are Taken
33. Seeing Double
35. Sunshine Eyes
36. Ill Wind
37. All Is Forgiven
38. Michael Picasso
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4962842
Personnel includes: Ian Hunter (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, percussion); Genya Ravan (vocals, percussion); Mick Ronson, Mick Jones, Gerry Weems (guitar); Arnie Lawrence (clarinet); David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Clarence Clemons (tenor saxophone); Lewis Soloff (trumpet); David Bargeron (trombone); Peter Arnesen (piano); Geoff Appleby (bass, background vocals); Jaco Pastorius (bass); Dennis Elliot (drums, percusssion); Ansley Dunbar, Wax Weinberg (drums).
Def Leppard: Vivian Campbell, Phil Collen (guitar); Rick Savage (bass); Rick Allen (drums, background vocals); Joe Elliot (background vocals).
Queen: Roger Taylor (drums, background vocals); Freddie Mercury, Brian May.
Producers include: Ian Hunter, Mick Ronson, Max Norman, Spencer Proffer, Bjorn Nessjo.
Recorded between 1974 & 1999. Includes liner notes by Joe Elliot.
Best known for such immortal pop masterpieces as "All the Way From Memphis" and the David Bowie-penned "All the Young Dudes," Ian Hunter went from fronting Mott The Hoople straight into a critically acclaimed solo career that influenced artists including The Clash, Kiss, Blur, and Oasis. Divided into separate sets of Rockers and Ballads, this 2-CD set is a variable mix of classic Hunter sides along with hard-to-find B-sides, alternate versions, and previously unreleased material.
The best moments of Rockers come from Hunter's early career. "All American Alien Boy" could be a Philly soul brother to David Bowie's "Young Americans," while "Colwater High" and "One Fine Day" are pounding numbers that just missed inclusion on the singer-songwriter's fine solo debut. Other highlights include Hunter's only political song ("Gun Control") and a previously unreleased live version of "All the Young Dudes" featuring Def Leppard. '70s songs also make up the best moments of Ballads and include the Queen collaboration "You Nearly Did Me In," and "(God) Advice To a Friend," another unreleased gem that finds Hunter doing his best Dylan impersonation.
Entertainment Weekly (7/28/00, p.183) - "...Its sly anthems and forthright ballads...affirm the unshakable humanity and integrity of this true rock & roll believer." - Rating: B+
Mojo (Publisher) (9/00, pp.110-11) - "...This unique mix of glitzy superstardom, glorious naivete and down-home Shrewsbury commonsense still sounds great..."
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