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|The Afghan Whigs||Primary Artist|
|John Curley||Bass, Guitar, keyboard bass|
|George Drakoulias||Bass, Percussion, E-bow|
|Greg Dulli||Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Clavinet, Mellotron|
|Happy Chichester||Organ, Piano, Vocals, Clavinet|
|Rick McCollum||Guitar, Theremin|
|Mathias Scheeberger||Guitar, Clavinet|
|Peter James Bond||Drums|
|Dan Reed||Liner Notes|
|Greg Dulli||Composer, Producer|
|Ross Ian Stein||Engineer|
|Dave Hillis||Programming, Engineer|
|Cory Frye||Liner Notes|
|Scott Ford||Art Direction|
|Smokey Creamwell||Art Direction|
Posted October 1, 2010
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A complete boxset with the albums, EPs, and all the various B sides and other songs from all over the place would be nice. With a bunch of unreleased tracks and high fidelity remasterd live gems from all those bootlegs, where the band would tear into cover songs you weren't expecting in the middle of their own tunes, somehow making them fit harmoniously and -more importantly- in tone. It's all Rhythmically Sinister, and it will make you move like one of Pavlov's dogs.
You ever listen closely to the words of The Supremes' Come See About Me? Greg Dulli did, and his findings as reported in the cover may surprise you. Behind a peppy pop song lurks an empathically charged dirge that will raise the hairs on your neck.
This isn't the Whigs package the material deserves, but it's a great start if you're just diving in. And also a must if you already have everything: I'm A Soldier is a new track, and it's the Jam of the Year.