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Quiet Please... - The New Best of Nick Lowe


Download links and information about Quiet Please... - The New Best of Nick Lowe by Nick Lowe. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 49 tracks with total duration of 02:35:19 minutes.

Artist: Nick Lowe
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Rock & Roll, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 49
Duration: 02:35:19
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No. Title Length
1. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding 3:34
2. So It Goes 2:33
3. Heart of the City 2:08
4. Endless Sleep 4:09
5. Marie Provost 2:48
6. I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass 3:14
7. Cracking Up 2:58
8. American Squirm 2:31
9. Cruel to Be Kind 3:29
10. Without Love 2:29
11. You Make Me 1:49
12. When I Write the Book 3:17
13. Play That Fast Thing (One More Time) 4:13
14. Burning 2:03
15. Heart 3:42
16. Raining Raining 2:47
17. Ragin' Eyes 2:41
18. Mess Around With Love 3:06
19. Wish You Were Here 3:15
20. L.A.F.S. 3:32
21. Half a Boy and Half a Man 2:55
22. The Gee and the Rick and the Three Card Trick 4:21
23. The Rose of England 3:26
24. I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock and Roll) 4:26
25. Wishing Well 3:00
26. Lovers Jamboree 3:37
27. Shting-Shtang 3:21
28. All Men Are Liars 3:24
29. What's Shakin' On the Hill 4:01
30. Don't Think About Her 2:59
31. Fool Who Knows 3:48
32. Soulful Wind 3:02
33. The Beast In Me 2:30
34. I Live On a Battlefield 3:25
35. Shelley My Love 3:15
36. You Inspire Me 3:10
37. Lonesome Reverie 2:53
38. Faithless Lover 2:47
39. What Lack of Love Has Done 2:49
40. Man That I've Become 2:54
41. Lately I've Let Things Slide 3:06
42. Homewrecker 3:09
43. Has She Got a Friend? 2:39
44. Let's Stay In and Make Love 3:50
45. Indian Queens 3:45
46. I Trained Her to Love Me 3:00
47. People Change 2:54
48. Long Limbed Girl 2:54
49. Hope for Us All 3:41



Nick Lowe has been making American roots-inflected music for decades now, morphing slowly from the seminal, ‘70s new wave scene to mature, intimate music reflective of middle-age experiences like fading flames, infidelity and loneliness. If you don’t know Lowe’s work, this is your starting point. And if you’re a fan who already owns 1989’s Basher: The Best of Nick Lowe, don’t let a few overlapping tracks stop you from acquiring Quiet Please… This new collection contains a true signature track, his earliest version of what became an Elvis Costello hit, “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding.” You also get tracks like the beautiful and essential “Endless Sleep” and “You Make Me” from his earlier years. “Faithless Lover,” “The Beast In Me,” and “Shelley My Love” epitomize Lowe’s critically acclaimed work in the ’90s; his deep affinity for American roots music and his blue-eyed soul side are both exemplified on the last eight tracks, taken from 2001’s The Convincer and 2007’s At My Age. With Quiet Please…, a varied and exceptional musical career is truly well represented.