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Still in Hollywood

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Still in Hollywood

Still in Hollywood
Compilation album by Concrete Blonde
Released November 1, 1994
Genre Alternative rock
Concrete Blonde chronology
Mexican Moon
(1993)
Still in Hollywood
(1994)
Recollection: The Best of Concrete Blonde
(1996)
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Allmusic [1]

Still in Hollywood is a collection of unreleased material, live tracks and cover songs from alternative rock band Concrete Blonde.

Track listing

  1. It'll Chew You Up and Spit You Out (alternate version of "Still In Hollywood" from Concrete Blonde (album))
  2. Everybody Knows (Leonard Cohen)
  3. Free
  4. God Is a Bullet (live)
  5. Probably Will
  6. Mandocello (Cheap Trick)
  7. The Ship Song (Nick Cave)
  8. Joey (live)
  9. Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix)
  10. Roses Grow (live)
  11. The Sky Is a Poisonous Garden Tonight (live)
  12. Bloodletting (extended version)
  13. Simple Twist of Fate (Bob Dylan)
  14. Side of the Road
  15. 100 Games of Solitaire
  16. Tomorrow, Wendy (live)

References

  1. ^ Still in Hollywood at AllMusic
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