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All The Stuff And More

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  • Audio CD (27 July 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Avalanche
  • ASIN: B0000247GY
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 107,381 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Son of a Gun
  2. Rory Ride Me Raw
  3. You Think You're a Man
  4. Dying for It
  5. Molly's Lips
  6. Teenage Jesus Superstar
  7. Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam
  8. Let's Get Ugly
  9. Dum Dum
  10. Sex Sux (Amen)
  11. Dum Dum
  12. Oliver Twisted
  13. Monster Pussy
  14. The Day I Was a Horse
  15. B****
  16. Slushy
  17. No Hope
  18. Dying For Some Blues
  19. Lovecraft

Product Description

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By A Customer on 2 July 2002
Format: Audio CD
this is among my very FAVOURITE cds. it makes me SO HAPPY. very punk rock, somehow very scottish (i say that as a scot). the vaselines were a huge influence on nirvana (also others of the 'grunge' scene), and it's interesting to hear the originals of songs such as Son Of A Gun, Molly's Lips and (this especially: i'm a huge kurt fan but i prefer this version, his voice just fits so well) Jesus Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam.
i recently gave my copy of this cd to a friend, and i've rarely regretted anything more, especially now i see that amazon isn't selling it at the moment.
BUY THIS CD if you have any interest whatsoever in the grunge scene, or indeed any music.
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The Vaselines were part of the great Scottish collective that has been apparent since the 1980s - a gang that included such acts as The Pastels, The Soup Dragons (I'm thinking more of 'Hang Ten' than 'I'm Free'), BMX Bandits, Primal Scream (C-86 era), The Jesus & Mary Chain (earlier stuff), Teenage Fanclub, Belle & Sebastian & Velvet Crush. These were the kind of acts that played together, sometimes on each other's records and fitted in somewhere after/around Postcard/C-86 - this was indie in its genuine sense and not the rebranded stuff that the term became with Britpop. The bands seemed to share similar influences (bands like Big Star & The Velvets whose material was generally hard to find at the time) and appeared to want to make records because they wanted to. There was no career path - something that Eugene Kelly's brief sleevenotes here demonstrate!
Released on 53rd & 3rd, The Vaselines were originally a nucleas of Eugene Kelly and Francis McKee - probably tagged by the press alongside such acts as The Shop Assistants, The June Brides & The Jasmine Minks at the time? They released a few singles and one album 'Dum Dum' in 1989 on Rough Trade - all of that material is here. If this looks familiar, 'All the Stuff and More' is essentially the Sub Pop compilation 'The Way of the Vaselines' in a different package. The Vaselines generally imploded around 1990 and would have been a cultist footnote...
Until a year or so later when Nirvana exploded commercially with their second LP 'Nevermind' - Kurt Cobain was a great lover of pop music alongside the more hardcore likes of Jesus Lizard, Rapeman and Black Flag - having time for The Beatles, Cheap Trick, Devo, The Smithereens & ...The Vaselines.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9a972834) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c8debb8) out of 5 stars A Short Note: Same as the SubPop release 23 Mar. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you casually glance the track list for this release and "The Way of the Vaselines" (released by SubPop in the U.S.)you will notice they are exactly the same (except for some minor title differentiations.) This is basically a more expensive version, so I can't really reccomend it over the SubPop version.
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HASH(0x9ab19c18) out of 5 stars Scotland's greatest ever band 22 May 2001
By Simon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
For anyone wondering which Vaselines compilation contains the correct song titles, I can assure them it's this one. This is wonderful collection featuring their album 'Dum Dum' plus b-sides etc. 'Son of a Gun' and 'Molly's Lips' are far superior to the Nirvana versions (although this compilation would probably not exist without them) but anyone expecting Nirvana type punk rock action are in for a bit of a shock, the Vaselines sound like besotted but completely testosterone free rock and roll kids, using their music as revenge against their parents who complain about their clothes and make them go to church every Sunday. The lyrics are constantly hilarious as Eugene and Frances, with their tongues planted firmly in their cheeks examine subjects like sex, the rock and roll lifestyle and religion. The first line of 'Sex Sux' is the band in a nutshell: 'I was born of original sin / from a two timin' hustlin' virgin' - brilliant, clever, wilfully offensive but still only to sanctimonious bores and the sound of people enjoying rock and roll too much to care what anyone else thinks.
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a marvellous collection although the complete history is more complete. Many people will only know of the Vaselines as demonstrated by Kurt Cobain of Nirvana on the MTV Unplugged CD.
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