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Format: CD
Sku: 63977686
UPC: 759718512724
UPC 14: 00759718512724
Release Date: 5/24/2005
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Theme From The Dirtbombs ~ The Dirtbombs
2. Sharpest Claws, The ~ The Dirtbombs
3. Stuck Under My Shoe ~ The Dirtbombs
4. I'm Saving Myself For Nichelle Nichols (No. 3) ~ The Dirtbombs
5. Here Comes That Sound Again ~ The Dirtbombs
6. High Octane Salvation ~ The Dirtbombs
7. Cedar Point '76 ~ The Dirtbombs
8. Little Miss Chocolate Syrup ~ The Dirtbombs
9. Headlights On ~ The Dirtbombs
10. Never Licking You Again ~ The Dirtbombs
11. Don't Bogue My High ~ The Dirtbombs
12. Encrypted ~ The Dirtbombs
13. (I'm Not Your) Scratchin' Post ~ The Dirtbombs
14. Broke In Detroit (Again) ~ The Dirtbombs
15. Merit ~ The Dirtbombs
16. Trainwreck ~ The Dirtbombs
17. Infra-Red ~ The Dirtbombs
18. Jolene ~ The Dirtbombs
19. Candyass ~ The Dirtbombs
20. Pray For Pills ~ The Dirtbombs
21. All My Friends ~ The Dirtbombs
22. She Played Me Like A Booger ~ The Dirtbombs
23. They Hate Us In Scandinavia ~ The Dirtbombs
24. They Saved Einstein's Brain ~ The Dirtbombs
25. Correspondence ~ The Dirtbombs
26. Tina Louise ~ The Dirtbombs
27. Brucia I Cavit ~ The Dirtbombs
28. Words That Hurt ~ The Dirtbombs
29. My Last Christmas ~ The Dirtbombs
Disc 2
Song Title
1. Possession ~ The Dirtbombs
2. Maybe Your Baby ~ The Dirtbombs
3. Brand New Game ~ The Dirtbombs
4. I'll Be In Trouble ~ The Dirtbombs
5. Lupita Screams ~ The Dirtbombs
6. By My Side ~ The Dirtbombs
7. No Expectations ~ The Dirtbombs
8. I Feel Good ~ The Dirtbombs
9. Natural Man ~ The Dirtbombs
10. Noise In This World ~ The Dirtbombs
11. Kiss Kiss Kiss ~ The Dirtbombs
12. Refried Dreams ~ The Dirtbombs
13. Insecure Me ~ The Dirtbombs
14. Mystified ~ The Dirtbombs
15. My Love For You ~ The Dirtbombs
16. You Don't Mean It ~ The Dirtbombs
17. I Want, Need, Love You ~ The Dirtbombs
18. Ha Ha Ha ~ The Dirtbombs
19. Tanzen Gehn ~ The Dirtbombs
20. Crash Down Day ~ The Dirtbombs
21. Lost Love ~ The Dirtbombs
22. What You've Got ~ The Dirtbombs
23. I Started A Joke ~ The Dirtbombs
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote The Dirtbombs: Ko Shih, Jim Diamond , Matt Smith, Tommy Potter, Troy Gregory, Tom Lynch, Dion Fletcher, Joe Greenwald, Deann Iovann, Dana Spicer, Ko Melina Zydeco (bass guitar); Benjamin Jesse Blackwell, Ewolf, Chris Fachini, Chris Handyside (drums); Adam Renshaw, Nick Lloyd, Patrick Pantano, Mick Collins, Gisella Albertini, Ryan Pritts, Paul Something, Cathy Carroll.
Muze PNote Personnel: Mick Collins (vocals, guitar); Chris Fachini, Chris Handyside, Ben Blackwell, Scott Michalski, Adam Renshaw, Nick Lloyd, Patrick Keeler, Patrick Pantano, Gisella Albertini, Ryan Pritts, Paul Something, Cathy Carroll (drums).
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: Mick Collins.
Muze PNote Photographers: Patrick Pantano; Dorien Garry; Austin Vince; Louisa Viner; Emmy Etie; Doug Coombe; Corwin Wickersham; Sue Dodd.
Muze PNote "The best albums are all compilations, anyway. Why? Because they're made up of SINGLES, duh," Mick Collins writes in his liner notes to the If You Don't Already Have a Look collection of various 7" sides, compilation tracks, and unreleased items, and you've got to admit that Collins walks it like he talks it. The Dirtbombs have released three albums and about twenty 7"ers (by themselves or as splits) during their first decade of doing the rock thing, and while the 2001 album Ultraglide in Black still stands as their most impressive sustained effort, if you're only going to own one Dirtbombs item during the course of your lifetime, If You Don't Already Have a Look may well be the way to go. Disc one features 29 Dirtbombs originals, disc two offers up 23 inspired covers, and if you want to hear Collins and his partners in crime letting loose with the full range of their sonic possibilities and influences, this set boasts a little bit of everything they do. You want punk rock? Cue up "Words That Hurt." You wanna hear some cool neo-Britpop? Try "Encrypted." Need a deliciously sleazy ode to the joys of summer, teenage style? "Cedar Point '76" fills the bill. How about some straight-up noise? "Brucia I Cavi" merits your attention. Gotta have a kick-ass car song? You need "High Octane Salvation." In the market for a glorious non-electronic Rolling Stones mash-up? The cover of "No Expectations" will make you smile. Solid '60s-style R&B your thing? "The Sharpest Claws" should be on your list. Wanna hear the greatest Lou Rawls cover ever? "A Natural Man" is track nine on disc two. Mick Collins has ruffled the feathers of a few fanzine writers here and there for loudly insisting the Dirtbombs are not a garage band, but while there's plenty of loud, fuzzy, sweat-soaked rock on If You Don't Already Have a Look, this set captures the group's almost schizophrenic eclecticism in grand style, and proves he's got a point -- this is band that can head out in five directions at once while still maintaining their sonic identity and rocking the house, and you can hear that on each track of If You Don't Already Have a Look. Points added for a derisive Tori Spelling reference. ~ Mark Deming

Artist Overview

The most successful vehicle in the long career of iconic Motor City rocker Mick Collins, the Dirtbombs are one of the most admired bands of the late-1990s/early-2000s garage rock revival. With the Dirtbombs, Collins--whose former band, the Gories, are an acknowledged influence on many, including Jack White--fronts a revolving backing band consisting of two drummers and two bass players. The group plays numerous cover songs and pulls from a diverse array of styles that runs the gamut from soul and funk to glam and art rock, giving them all a supremely fuzzed-out punk makeover. Steadfastly opposed to the "garage rock" label with which he is associated, Collins is nonetheless thought of as something of a de facto godfather for the entire scene.

Associated Artists and Works

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Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 05/24/2005
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2005
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : ITR 127CD
Music Label Name Label : In the Red Records
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00759718512724

Professional Reviews

Spin (p.103)
- "The Dirtbombs are America's greatest garage band, knocking out ferocious anthems..." - Grade: A-

Uncut (p.110)
- 4 stars out of 5 - "Jones stand out as one of the scene's rare grand conceptualists....Exhilarating stuff."

Mojo (Publisher)
(p.122)
- 3 stars out of 5 - "Disc one is devoted to original songs and spins a gleeful web of party rockin' styles..."

Product Attributes

Product attributeArtist:   Dirtbombs
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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