Alex Chilton: A Man Called Destruction: Translucent Blue Vinyl

A Man Called Destruction: Translucent Blue Vinyl

Alex Chilton

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  • Release Date 25 August 2017
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Double Vinyl LP
Omnivore Recordings

CHILTON’S 1995 RETURN TO ROCK—ON LP FOR THE FIRST TIME! As lead singer of The Box Tops and co-founder of Big Star, Alex Chiton’s place in rock history would have been solid. But, he was never one to rest on his laurels. An enormous music fan himself, he consistently reinvented himself musically throughout his career. The ’90s found him crooning a set of standards (on Clichés, his fi rst full-length in seven years), touring with a reformed Big Star, and releasing 1995’s A Man Called Destruction.

Side A
1 Sick And Tired  
2 Devil Girl  
3 Lies  
4 It's Your Funeral  
5 What's Your Sign Girl  
Side B
1 Il Ribelle  
2 You Don't Have To Go  
3 Boplexity  
4 New Girl In School  
5 You're Lookin' Good  
6 Don't Know Anymore  
Side C
1 Don't Stop  
2 Devil Girl Double Track Vocal  
3 Don't Know Anymore Rough Mix  
4 Give It To Me Baby Take 3  
5 You're My Favorite  
Side D
1 But I Do  
2 Please Pass Me My Walkin' Shoes  
3 Why Should I Care/It's Your Funeral