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  • Audio CD (26 Feb 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B0007LXHCA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 152,693 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Cooke on 6 Dec 2005
Format: Audio CD
Released first in 2000, re-released in 2005 with additional material... this is essential, utterly incendiary rock music.
It's Ginger (singer/guitarist/songwriter from the Wildhearts) with what's been called his glam rock album, having made his industrial metal album shortly before the Wildhearts split in 1998 (1997's brutal and controversial Endless Nameless, which until now I thought was his masterpiece), his noise-techno-pop album a year or so before (1999's Clam Abuse album 'Stop Thinking' with Antiproduct's Alex Kane), and his proper metal album (Super$hit 666, which I still haven't heard).
And ohmygod but 'Black Leather Mojo' is amazing. Ginger seems unable to write to order without stamping his own touch on the song, so despite the 'glam' remit, this is quintessential Ginger - riff after riff after melonfarming riff, gorgeous hooks that most bands would build an album around thrown away as middle eights, mobhanded shouts of backing vocals side by side with stunning harmonies... and the tunes. Good god, the tunes. This is vintage AC/DC in lipgloss and platforms, Motorhead in skintight leopardskin. This is every dirty, sweaty rock n' roll band you fell in love with that your mum wouldn't let you go see live, fed through a Top Of The Pops filter. This is seven pints of happy, guilt-free sex in a one pint jar.
'Sonic Shake' is the best album opener I've heard for five years. Opening riff to verse to soaring bridge to belting second bridge to what sounds like screaming kids on the chorus to thunderous repetition of opening riff. 'Too Many Hippies (In the Garden Of Love)' sounds like Slade covered by Ministry.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE!! on 27 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
I recently stumbled over Valor Del Corazon (SG5 mainman Ginger's solo album) and loved it. "Like the wildhearts but better" was my thoughts.

Now I've stumbled over this and AGGGHHH!! It's better again!!

This album is utterly, utterly brilliant. So catchy, funky, fun, thrashing, amazing. Standout songs? None. None "stand out" because they are ALL ace.

There is not one filler on this album.

Best title for a song, though, must go to "WALK LIKE A MOTHERF**KER" (asterisks added by me). Noone better try and mug you whilst you're going down the street with that on your headphones!!

Ginger is quite simply a genius songwriter. I rate him with John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Mozart, take your frickin' pick. Why doesn't he have more commercial success? It's a travesty.
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Although billed as Gingers Glam-Rock album, of all his solo/side projects this is probably the closest to the original Wildhearts sound.
But it is still an outstanding record, mixing a heavy rock sound with melodic vocals, creating an irresistible combination.
You get the usually great diversity of music expected from any Ginger release, from the industrial metal of "Too many Hippies (In the Garden of Love)", to the Beatle sounding "Church of the Broken Heart".
The Japanese imported version of the album contain two extra track on the studio album, "Doggin'" an interesting slow packed rocker, with a nod to "Common People", & a Slade styled version of The Bee Gee Classic(?) "To Love Somebody".
You also get an extra disc, which contains live & Demo material, which is interesting but not essential.
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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Page on 4 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
ok here goes this is the best work ginger has done bar none i have everything else but this is the daddy. but for some reason not released over here till now its suck a good albun no bad song on it nice guitarwork with gingers scence of humor shining through in the lyrics if you like clamabuse or wildhears or ginger solo you will kick your self for not hunting down the jap inport sooner IT JUST ROCKS !!!!
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By M. Martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
i'm ahuge WILDHEARTS fan so i bought this as it's one of GINGER'S many side projects...i like it...i don't love it...that said, if you're a wildhearts/ginger fan then you must buy this...the live stuff is actually really good...my fav non-live track is "inside out"...a ballad-ish song that is pure ginger....the rest is a rocking-romp that you should buy especially if you're a fan of any members of this supergoup...just get it already...
Mama we're all Ginger now 19 Feb 2013
By Jimi jac - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Although billed as Ginger's Glam-Rock album, of all his solo/side projects this is probably the closest to the original Wildhearts sound.
But it is still an outstanding record, mixing a heavy rock sound with melodic vocals, creating an irresistible combination.
You get the usually great diversity of music expected from any Ginger release, from the industrial metal of "Too many Hippies (In the Garden of Love)", to the Beatle sounding "Church of the Broken Heart".
The Japanese imported version of the album contain two extra tracks on the studio album, "Doggin'", an interesting slow paced rocker with a nod to "Common People", & a Slade styled version of The Bee Gee Classic(?) "To Love Somebody".
You also get an extra disc, which contains live & Demo material, which is interesting but not essential.
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