Coupled With - Wildhearts Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Wildhearts / Audio CD released 2004-03-29 at Gut / Disc #1 ... more
Coupled With - Wildhearts ... Tracklisting
1 Stormy In The North, Karma In The South
2 Move On
4 The People That Life Forgot
6 Looking For The One
7 6.30 Onwards
8 Eager to Leave 'Er
9 Putting It On
10 Better Than Cable
11 Lake Of Piss
12 If I Decide
14 You Got To Get Through...
15 Hit It On The Head
16 Let's Go
17 Return To Zero
19 Action Panzer
21 Stormy In The North Karma In The South (Video)
Newest Review: ... America pop-punk style to all the songs and not surprisingly was recorded in America! The style seems to remain vaguely ... more
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Customer Coupled With - Wildhearts Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
'Coupled With' by The Wildhearts is one very under rated album by one hugely under rated band. In my opinion frontman, Ginger, is of the most talented songwriters in the UK and neither him nor his band ever received the mainstream exposure that they truly deserve. Most likely because of some of their older sleazier more offensive material. 'Coupled With' was the follow-up release to the album 'The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed' which has a very strong America pop-punk style to all the songs and not surprisingly was recorded in America! The style seems to remain vaguely throughout 'Coupled With' although at a much punkier level, the band seem to have returned ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The Wildhearts are a band from Newcastle that enjoyed moderate recognition for their work in the Mid to late 90's, and are known as a Pop/Rock band with many up-beat songs, made to uplift, and tell a story of the band members previous troubles in life. Coupled With is an album released in 2004 which was released by popular demand of The Wildhearts fanbase and beyond, due to the effort put into the 'B Side' Tracks as well as the Singles released into the charts. The obvious stand out here to anyone not farmiliar with The Wildhearts, is 'Cheers,' which, of course, is the theme from the popular American TV Sitcom of the same name. A fantastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/08 (Useful, 37 readings)
This might only be a collection of B-sides (mostly) from a handful of singles, BUT it is a far better album than a lot of bands manage in their entire career. The Wildhearts often seem to be an under-rated band and THIS is an under-rated album. Their trademark sound of heavy punky pop rock is all over this album. Beautiful harmonies over (at times, ridiculously) heavy guitars. A blinding cover of the Cheers theme tune is always good for a chuckle and you can get away with playing that one to your Mum. If you fancy something with a bit more angst then try Lake Of Piss or The People that Life forgot. This cd is not as gritty as early Wildhearts material, this is more like . Read the complete review
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