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Rancho Texicano: The Very Best of ZZ Top (Remastered)


Download links and information about Rancho Texicano: The Very Best of ZZ Top (Remastered) by ZZ Top. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 02:33:12 minutes.

Artist: ZZ Top
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 38
Duration: 02:33:12
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No. Title Length
1. Brown Sugar 5:21
2. Goin' Down to Mexico 3:20
3. Just Got Back from Baby's 4:08
4. Francene 3:32
5. Just Got Paid 4:27
6. Bar-B-Q 3:26
7. La Grange 3:52
8. Waitin' for the Bus 2:53
9. Jesus Just Left Chicago 3:30
10. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers 3:23
11. Mexican Blackbird 3:05
12. Tush 2:15
13. Thunderbird 3:04
14. Blue Jeans Blues 4:44
15. Heard It On the X 2:24
16. It's Only Love 4:23
17. Arrested for Driving While Blind 3:06
18. I Thank You 3:23
19. Cheap Sunglasses 4:46
20. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide (featuring Dwight Yoakam) 4:46
21. A Fool for Your Stockings 4:14
22. Tube Snake Boogie 3:03
23. Pearl Necklace 4:05
24. Gimme All Your Lovin' 4:00
25. Sharp Dressed Man 4:12
26. Legs 3:35
27. Got Me Under Pressure 3:58
28. Sleeping Bag 4:02
29. Stages 3:31
30. Rough Boy 4:50
31. Velcro Fly 3:29
32. Woke Up With Wood 3:45
33. Doubleback 3:56
34. My Head's in Mississippi 4:19
35. Viva Las Vegas 4:43
36. Cheap Sunglasses (Live) 5:14
37. Legs (Dance Mix) 7:50
38. Velcro Fly (12" Remix) 6:38



The LP version of ZZ Top’s breakthrough 1973 album Tres Hombres featured in its gatefold a huge photo close-up of Tex-Mex food in all its refried greasy glory. In many ways, ZZ Top’s career is defined by that image: uncultured, uncomplicated, and at times indigestible, but always authentically American. Like James Brown and Chuck Berry, ZZ Top are fundamentalists and over the course of their almost 40-year career their recipe has remained almost entirely unchanged. As teenagers they reduced blues to a few power chords and a steel-coated shuffle and they haven’t looked back since. What is amazing is how well ZZ Top have always managed to fit into their surroundings. In the Seventies they shared bills with both B.B. King and Bad Company. After reinforcing their sound with rumbling synthesizers and drum machines, the Eighties found ZZ Top sharing space on MTV with Billy Idol and Huey Lewis. The group has always been as comfortable on Miami Vice as there are in Texas mud. This immense two-disc collection skips over several of the band’s Nineties hits, but that matters very little. Even before the second disc starts, you’ll be able to feel the grease and exhaust coursing through your veins.