Texas/Dead Men Tell No Tales by Nikki Sudden (CD, Oct-2005, 2 Discs, Secretly Canadian)

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Album Features
Artist:Nikki Sudden
Release Year:2005
Record Label:Secretly Canadian
Genre:Alternative, Rock & Pop
Number Of Discs:2

Track Listing
1. Back to the Coast - (bonus track)
2. Jangle Town
3. Death Is Hanging Over Me
4. In Your Room
5. Glass Eye
6. Such a Little Girl
7. Broken Tooth
8. Suitcase - (bonus track)
9. Dumb Angel / Stuka
10. Basement Blues
11. Wedding Dress
12. When I Left You
13. Captain Kennedy's Lament
14. Deppers Bridge
15. Breaking Lines - (bonus track)
16. The - (bonus track) Last Bandit
17. When You're Alone - (bonus track)
18. Misty Roads - (bonus track)

1. Flowerbed Romance - (bonus track)
2. When I Cross the Line
3. Before I Leave You
4. Dog Latin
5. When She Smiles - (bonus track)
6. Sailors of the Highway - (bonus track)
7. Death Is Hanging Over Me - (bonus track)
8. Dog Rose
9. Cavaliers - (bonus track)
10. How Many Lies
11. Cupful of Change
12. The - (bonus track) Ragged School
13. (Girl With the) Wooden Leg
14. Kiss at Dawn

Playing Time:105 min.
Contributing Artists:Epic Soundtracks
Distributor:Alternative Dis. Alliance
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
2 LPs on 1 CD: TEXAS (1986)/DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES (1987).Personnel includes: Nikki Sudden (vocals, guitar, piano, organ); Roland S. Howard (electric & slide guitars); Epic Soundtracks (guitar, piano, bass, drums); Andrew Bean (guitar, percussion); Jonathan Hodgson (violin, viola, bass); John Rivers (piano); Duncan Sibbald (bass); Lizard (background vocals).Producers: Nikki Sudden, Epic Soundtracks.Compilation producers: Nikki Sudden, Vernon Tudor.Includes liner notes by Nikki Sudden.Digitally remastered by Nikki Sudden & John Rivers (2000).Underground rock icon Nikki Sudden gets the two-fer treatment from Secretly Canadian on this CD release from 2001. Contains two of his full-length releases from 1986 and 1987. ~ Chris True

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