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Here Come The Snakes

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Keith Can't Read
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Rock N Roll Disease
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Morning Blue
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Zombie For Love
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Broken Radio
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Chance
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Tenderloin
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Way Back Home
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D.T Blues
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We Had It All
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 37:32

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Chuck Prophet & Dan Stuart team with Har-Dic

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Recorded in 1988 with Jim Dickinson and Joe Hardy ( Har-Dic) at Ardent in Memphis, this was basically Danny Stuart and sidekick Chuck Prophet attempting to rebuild their songwriting powers after being dropped by a major label and partially losing their minds on the road. called by U.K based Sounds magazine "The Year's Most Essential Rock n' Roll Album" when it finally surfaced in 1990, it's now online for a new generation. All creepy originals, except the only cover tune is "We Had It All", previously covered by their debauched heroes Waylon Jennings and Keith Richards. The true fan might want to seek out the two disc CD reissue with phat liners and 16 bonus tracks, including some recorded at the ol' Sun Studios!

They Say All Music Guide

Produced by Jim Dickinson and Joe Hardy, Dan Stuart and Chuck Prophet finally cracked the Memphis sound by steeping themselves in the environment and surrounding themselves with the musicians who made their name there. From the get-go, Prophet’s guitar is the cornerstone to the Let It Bleed mood that fires this record from “Keith Can’t Read” throughout, though it ends up with the very Neil Young-like “D.T. Blues.” – Denise Sullivan