The Jesus & Mary Chain - Stoned & Dethroned (Deluxe Edition) (2011)

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: The Jesus & Mary Chain
: Stoned & Dethroned (Deluxe Edition)
: 2011
: Edsel Records
: Alternative Rock
: 154:10 Min
: Mp3 | 320 kbps
: 366 Mb

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CD 1
1. Dirty Water
2. Bullet Lovers
3. Sometimes Always
4. Come On
5. Between Us
6. Hole
7. Never Saw It Coming
8. She
9. Wish I Could
10. Save Me
11. Till It Shines
12. God Help Me
13. Girlfriend
14. Everybody I Know
15. Youve Been A Friend
16. These Days
17. Feeling Lucky
18. Snakedriver
19. Something I Cant Have
20. Write Record Release Blues
21. Little Red Rooster
22. Come On
23. God Help Me (William Vocal)
24. Everybody I Know
25. The Perfect Crime
26. Till I Found You
27. Dirty Water (Demo William Vocal)
28. God Help Me (Alternate Vocal Take)

CD 2
1. The Perfect Crime
2. Little Stars
3. Drop (Re-recorded)
4. Im In With The Out Crowd
5. New York City
6. Taking It Away
7. Ghost Of A Smile
8. Alphabet Street
9. New Kind Of Kick
10. Come On
11. Reverence
12. Snakedriver
13. Come On
14. Happy When It Rains
15. Teenage Lust
16. The Perfect Crime
17. Everybody I Know
18. Girlfriend
19. Hole
20. Head On
21. Sugar Ray
22. I Hate RocknRoll
23. Jim & William talk to Steve Lamacq about Stoned & Dethroned

The Jesus And Mary Chain's fifth studio album was originally conceived as an acoustic album. Mutating over the course of the recording to incorporate
electric performances played by a live band, it is nevertheless their most mellow and intimate collection. Incorporating elements of Cosmic Country,
Americana and 60s West Coast Pop into their signature sound, the brothers Reid redefined what the band were capable of once again. Their
collaboration with Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval on "Sometimes Always" was their biggest chart hit in the USA and the album also features guest
vocals from The Pogues' Shane MacGowan.
This deluxe expanded edition features all the non-album b-sides, the pre-Stoned & Dethroned Sound Of Speed EP (including the classic Mary
Chain track "Snakedriver" recorded for the film 'The Crow'), previously unreleased material including a 1994 BBC radio session, an alternate
version of "God Help Me", and a radio interview with Jim and William Reid discussing the making of the album. There are also outtakes, previously
uncompiled material (including the band's rendition of the Cramps' classic "New Kind Of Kick", and a complete 1995 live set.
The 55-minute DVD features the promo videos for all the singles including the first time on DVD for the video for "Something I Can't Have" andpreviously
unreleased archival TV appearances, including their 1993 appearance on Later with Jools Holland, four studio performances shot for MTV and
a revealing 1994 interview with Jim and William Reid.
The 24 page booklet contains exclusive new interviews that tell the band's story in their own words, alongside lyrics, rare memorabilia and previously
unpublished photos.

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