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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Hot Shit
  2. Seven Years Gone
  3. Good Time Rock N Roll
  4. Master & Dog
  5. Drunken Tears
  6. Sunshine Sounds
  7. Mama Tries
  8. No One
  9. White Devil’s Dream
  10. Good Times
  11. Lullaby Pt.2

Disc: 2

  1. When I’m Dead
  2. Seal The Deal
  3. Goblins & Trolls
  4. Mama Tried
  5. I Never Want..
  6. Genetic Science
  7. Under A Cloud
  8. A Case of No Way Out
  9. Orbiting Pods
  10. Master & Dog
  11. Nothing From Nothing
  12. Good Time R&R
  13. Sea Shanty
  14. Sword of God
  15. Birds
  16. Its Raining
  17. I Give Up No One

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-titolohot shit (limited edition)artistaquasi etichettadominosupportocd audio

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8d6c4d28) out of 5 stars 12 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d492a2c) out of 5 stars close, but no cigar. 16 Oct. 2003
By pathetic1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The average customer rating for this CD is only two stars? Wow. Jeez. That's...really low. I'm a great big rabid Quasi fan, and although this album isn't as good as their previous ones, it isn't all that bad. I downloaded the whole thing when it was leaked onto the internet earlier this summer, and at first hated it. Then, slowly, it grew on me. Keep listening to it, maybe it will do the same for you. While most of Quasi's albums have more good songs than not-so-good ones, this album is about 50/50.
The main thing that really bugged me at first with this album was the whole political thing (as, apparently, it did other people, too). I thought I read somewhere that the Blues Goblins project was supposed to be Sam's 'political outlet,' but I guess I was wrong. Some of the other songs on this album, though, are great, like "Master & Dog," "Lullaby #2," and some others.
So if you like Quasi, buy this album without a second thought, for better or for worse. If you're just getting into the band, get "Featuring Birds" first and then go from there.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d0f5630) out of 5 stars Quasi kicks ass once again 25 Oct. 2003
By Brian Ferguson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album isn't the shining gem that Quasi has produced before, but it is still a fabulous album.
The album is filled with songs of great depth and excellent arrangement such as "Drunken Tears", "No one", and "Lullaby pt. 2." Yeah, the cover art kind of sucks, but oh well.
I'm saddened that people will give such a musically enjoyable album a low rating merely because they disagree with the politcal message in one or two of the songs. Get a freaking grip.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d75b378) out of 5 stars quasi blues 4 Nov. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I think this is a very good album. I am a Quasi fan and was pleasantly surprised with the first listen of this album. The sound is definetely Quasi, with their sly, steady, rockin' groove but there is a lot of unexpected energy in some of these songs. Other songs build from a nice ambient, easy foundation before the lyrics are layered on top. And the whole album has a nice touch of the blues. Quasi isn't standing still with this album, they are building and refining. I recommmend it highly.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d0ff2ac) out of 5 stars a very good effort 5 Nov. 2003
By race_of_doom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD at one of their live shows, and, as such, my love for this album could be somewhat influenced by the great time I experienced there. I met Sam, talked very, very little to Janet, saw them play live (they are simply amazing), etc, etc. Quasi is one of my favorite bands, and the experience was one of the best ones in a long time for me.
However, even reviewing the album on it's own terms, it's actually quite amazing. Although there are only eleven tracks on here (compared to, oh, the sixteen tracks from "Featuring 'Birds'"), it's just as long as almost any other Quasi album.
This album is addicting. It's all I've been listening to for a solid two days now, with my current favorites being "Hot Sh*t," "Good Time Rock & Roll," "Master & Dog," "Sunshine Sounds," and "No One."
"Sunshine Sounds" is my absolute favorite. It's seven minutes long, and full of really great guitar work. Most of it's instrumental. It starts right away, and goes through a series of different melodies and patterns. It finishes, as odd as it sounds, like a good novel would -- everything is resolved.
"White Devil's Dream," musically, is quite different. Really avant-garde. I like it. Lyrically? Well, at least they actually had the nerve to say what they thought. Not many songwriters these days do. However, in a couple years, it's going to be really outdated, which is a tad unfortunate.
I even think the cover art and the album title are fine; the first time I saw the cover, I actually laughed. It's just goofy, that's all.
Is it worth a purchase? Yeah, of course, especially if you're a Quasi fan. They're branching out into new territories, and, for the most part, I like what I hear.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8d487fd8) out of 5 stars One of my favorite albums of the year 31 Dec. 2003
By James P. Johnson II - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This was my first exposure to Quasi and I loved it so much I purchased the rest of their catalog at one of their shows. To be perfectly honest, unlike most reviewers, I prefer this album to their earlier ones.
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