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June 15, 1997
℗ 1997 Mushroom Records UK LTD
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Endless, Nameless is the third album proper by The Wildhearts, and was their first album to be released on Mushroom Records following a split with original record label EastWest.
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¡Chutzpah! is the eighth studio album by The Wildhearts. Recorded in Denmark with producer Jacob Hansen, it was released in Europe on 31 August 2009 and in the USA on September 1, 2009. Unlike the band's previous releases, where the songs were almost always performed in E♭ tuning, the guitars and bass on the album are tuned to C. It is also rare among the band's releases in that it contains a song, "The Only One", which was neither written nor sung by frontman Ginger, but instead by bassist Scott Sorry.
The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed
The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed is a 2003 album by The Wildhearts. The album's title makes reference to 1969 horror film Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed.
The album was the first new studio release since The Wildhearts broke up in 1997 and reformed in 2001. Rumours indicated that the album would feature the same line-up as the 1993 album Earth vs the Wildhearts, and that line-up did indeed reform in 2001, but bassist Danny McCormack dropped out and entered rehab just prior to the recording of the album. McCormack had appeared on some songs that would be used as B-sides for the album, but on the album itself bass duties were performed by group leader Ginger. Three singles were released in the UK with some chart success: "Vanilla Radio", "So into You" and "Top of the World". The B-sides from various versions of these singles later appeared on the compilations Riff After Riff After Motherfucking Riff and Coupled With.
P.H.U.Q. is the second full length album by British Rock band The Wildhearts, which was released on 22 May 1995 on East West Records and entered the UK Albums Chart at number 6.
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It was the band's original vision to follow up Earth vs the Wildhearts with a double album, to include longer, more intricate songs such as "Inglorious" and "Do The Channel Bop." However, lack of support from their record label, EastWest, meant that six songs written by that point were instead released as a fan club-only mini-album, Fishing for Luckies, prior to the release of P.H.U.Q.
Ginger has said the title of the album is pronounced "fuck" in the Ask Ginger section of the band's official website.
In 2015, The Wildhearts toured the UK and Tokyo, playing the album in its entirety for its 20th anniversary.
Earth Versus The Wildhearts
Earth vs the Wildhearts is the debut studio album by British rock band The Wildhearts, released in 1993. The title is based on such B-movie titles as Earth vs. the Flying Saucers and Earth vs. the Spider.
Billy Morrison, of Camp Freddy and Circus Diablo, states that Earth vs the Wildhearts is one of his favourite albums of all time. Earth vs the Wildhearts was voted the number #1 album of 1993 by Kerrang! magazine in their yearly poll. In 2006, Kerrang rated it #20 in a special publication of the best Rock Albums. The album has been reissued twice: first in 1994 with the addition of the formerly single-only track "Caffeine Bomb", and again in 2010 with several B-sides from the period.
On the 15th anniversary of the album's release, in 2008, the Wildhearts toured, playing the original version of the album in its entirety. On its 20th anniversary, in 2013, the Wildhearts reformed for a tour in which the original version of the album was played in its entirety nightly, followed by a second set of songs chosen by the audience. In 2018, the band went on a short tour playing the album in full, for its 25th anniversary.
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Riff After Riff
Riff After Riff After Motherfucking Riff is a 2002 compilation of the B-sides from various versions of The Wildhearts' 2002 single "Vanilla Radio" plus the song "Stormy in the North, Karma in the South". An expanded version of the compilation called Riff After Riff was released in the US the following year, featuring several more tracks recorded by the band in 2001 and 2002. These additional songs were generally used as B-sides for the other singles from The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed. All of the songs from both versions of this compilation except for "Vanilla Radio" are also found on the 2004 compilation Coupled With.
Coupled With is a compilation album by The Wildhearts, released on Gut Records in March 2004. The album collects almost all the B-sides recorded by the band and released on various CD and vinyl singles during their reformation and comeback in the 2001-2003 period. The A-sides of most of these single releases appear on the 2003 studio album The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed. The exception to this pattern is "Stormy in the North, Karma in the South" which was recorded as a non-album A-side for its own single release. One B-side not included here is the instrumental version of "Dancin'" from the 7" single for "So Into You".
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