1. Anarchic Airways-Live at the BBC 9. 29 x The Pain Tv Tan Pump It Up Everlone If you like the Wildhearts' studio albums but have not heard them live then prepare to be blown away! This disc stayed in my player for about 10 straight listens before I could pull it out - it's that good. 5/5(1).
  2. It's like 29 times the pain, times the pain 29 times the pain, times the pain 29 times the pain, times the pain Times the pain But it all ends up the same Thanks Pink Kiss my Heart Like the Damned did from the start Come on make me feel like me SLF or BOC Give me old, give me new Let me know you feel it too 'cause with sounds that twist and curls.
  3. The Wildhearts. (2xCD, Album, RE). Lemon Recordings. UK. Though it had featured a stunning collection of would-be hits and almost-classic hard rock anthems, the Wildhearts' first full-length album Earth vs. the Wildhearts had suffered from a terribly lifeless production job which somehow managed to douse most of the band's volatile spark.
  4. Mar 07,  · Anarchic Airwaves: the Wildhearts at the BBC `Anarchic Airwaves' was another release by Geoff Gillespie who was the face behind the mistreatment of the band whilst they struggled with the label East West. Gillespie managed to release this live album and the album "Landmines & Pantomimes" without the band's permission, yet entirely legally /5(2).
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  6. The double LP includes further bonus tracks Weekend '96, Beautiful Me, Beautiful You, 29 x The Pain '96, Johnny Wash 'n' Go and an unnamed instrumental by Marty Jepalmer and the Moodswing Choir. • Japanese CD (AMCE) Including the bonus tracks Weekend '96, 29 x The Pain '96, Beautiful Me, Beautiful You and Caffeine Bomb.
  7. The Wildhearts are a British rock group originally formed in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The band's sound is a mixture of hard rock and melodic pop music, often described in the music press as combining influences as diverse as The Beatles and s-era Metallica. [1 ].
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