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Bad As Me (Deluxe)

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Chicago
2:15  
02
Raised Right Men
3:24  
03
Talking At The Same Time
4:14  
04
Get Lost
2:42  
05
Face To The Highway
3:43  
06
Pay Me
3:14  
07
Back In The Crowd
2:49  
08
Bad As Me
3:10  
09
Kiss Me
3:41  
10
Satisfied
4:05  
11
Last Leaf
2:56  
12
Hell Broke Luce
3:57  
13
New Year's Eve
4:32  
14
She Stole The Blush (Bonus track)
2:51  
15
Tell Me (Bonus track)
3:43  
16
After You Die (Bonus track)
2:47  
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 54:03

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A New Friend

fatanky

Listening on a loop on long drives lately, I'm enjoying Bad As Me, which is becoming as much loved as Rain Dogs, and that is high praise indeed in my little sonic world!

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Bad As Me (Deluxe)

oxysmart

Lyrical and grave, playful and despairing this is a short cutting album from doomed song to the sense of clawing at my raw emotional state. It leaves me feeling less alone and sonorous. I wont say genius but unique. This is the man who could murder my imaginary friend and get away with it!

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Bad As Me - Good as ever!

mervetheswerve

Even better than Mule Variations and Real Gone, which is saying something! Not a bad track on the album - although Last Leaf does come close to being a bit trite both lyircally and musically. But if Hell Broke Luce, Satisfied and Bad As Me don't put a big smile on your face then you're just not listening! And New Year's Eve and Back in the Crowd are real stand out tracks. Wonderful stuff - an essential download.

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