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Enter the Vaselines (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]


Download links and information about Enter the Vaselines (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered] by The Vaselines. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 01:43:36 minutes.

Artist: The Vaselines
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 36
Duration: 01:43:36
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No. Title Length
1. Son of a Gun 3:45
2. Rory Rides Me Raw 2:26
3. You Think You're a Man 5:40
4. Dying for It 2:21
5. Molly's Lips 1:44
6. Teenage Superstars 3:27
7. Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam 3:30
8. Sex Sux (Amen) 3:10
9. Slushy 1:56
10. Monsterpussy 1:42
11. Bitch 2:37
12. No Hope 3:16
13. Oliver Twisted 2:49
14. The Day I Was a Horse 1:28
15. Dum Dum 1:57
16. Hairy 1:46
17. Lovecraft 5:37
18. Dying for It (The Blues) 3:04
19. Let's Get Ugly 2:20
20. Son of a Gun (Demo) 2:29
21. Rosary Job (Demo) 3:01
22. Red Poppy (Demo) 2:12
23. Son of a Gun (Live in Bristol) 3:58
24. Rosary Job (Live in Bristol) 3:23
25. Red Poppy (Live in Bristol) 2:10
26. Rory Rides Me Raw (Live in Bristol) 3:06
27. You Think You're a Man (Live in Bristol) 1:48
28. Dying for It (Live in London) 2:12
29. Monsterpussy (Live in London) 1:58
30. Let's Get Ugly (Live In London) 3:03
31. Molly's Lips (Live in London) 2:14
32. The Day I Was a Horse (Live In London) 2:37
33. The Day I Was a Horse (Again) [Live in London] 2:50
34. Sex Sux (Amen) [Live in London] 4:14
35. I Didn't Know I Loved You ('Til I Saw You Rock 'n' Roll) [Live in London] 3:25
36. Teenage Superstars (Live in London) 4:21



Many great pop bands have come from Glascow, Scotland, and one of the earliest was the Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee partnership, The Vaselines. Together they purveyed charmingly raw, shambling, indie rock inspired by the likes of the Velvet Underground and their Glaswegian percursors, the (also great) Pastels. In 1992, Sub Pop Records issued the band’s first stateside release, The Way of the Vaselines. For many, this compilation of their woefully small catalog — two EPs (Son of a Gun and Dying For It) and a lone LP (Dum Dum) — was a bittersweet send-off to the group, and the expectation of anything new was but a dream. This 2009 reissue of The Way Of, repackaged and renamed, does contain some “new” material that diehard fans will be thrilled to hear, comprised of unheard demos and earnest, if uneven, live tracks. As on the original release, tracks 1 - 7 are from the two EPs, and the remaining studio tracks are from Dum Dum, where the duo beefed up their sound with a full band. The rest is ... well, the rest is simply superb frosting on a well loved treat.