White Trash Beautiful

White Trash Beautiful

by Everlast


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Product Details

Release Date: 05/25/2004
Label: Island
UPC: 0602498618318
catalogNumber: 000211402
Rank: 10488


  1. Blinded By The Sun
  2. Broken
  3. White Trash Beautiful
  4. Sleepin' Alone
  5. The Warning
  6. Angel
  7. This Kind of Lonely
  8. Soul Music
  9. GodWanna
  10. Lonely Road
  11. Sad Girl
  12. Ticking Away
  13. Pain
  14. 2 Pieces of Drama
  15. Maybe

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Everlast   Primary Artist,Vocals
Chris Thomas   Bass,Bass Guitar
Sheree Brown   Background Vocals
Keith Ciancia   Organ,Keyboards
Angelo Moore   Theremin
Miles Om Tackett   Cello
Sadat   Background Vocals
Dante Ross   Organ,Keyboards
B Real   Background Vocals
Jenni Fujita   Background Vocals
Zac Rae   Organ,Keyboards
Tobias Ralph   Drums
Dorian Heartsong   Bass,Bass Guitar
Josh Lopez   Guitar
Pahanish   Percussion
Alma Cielo   Violin
Rob Hill   Guitar
Johnathan Moouer   Drums
Justin Premino   Bass,Bass Guitar
Carlos Rigas   Background Vocals
John Vercessi   Organ,Keyboards
Alma Cielo   Organ,Keyboards
Tobias Raulf   Drums

Technical Credits

Everlast   Producer,Executive Producer,Audio Production
David Campbell   String Arrangements
Steve Churchyard   Engineer
Esmond Edwards   Composer
L. Freeze   Composer
John Gamble   Engineer,Pro-Tools
D. Ross   Composer
Dante Ross   Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer,Audio Production
Deborah Mannis-Gardner   Sample Clearance
Earl Randle   Composer
E.J. III Dixon   Composer
Bo Boddie   Engineer,Pro-Tools
Emile   Producer
Joseph Simmons   Composer
Rob Hill   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Emile   Audio Production

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White Trash Beautiful 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The reason why Everlast is great to a lot of his fans is the same reason why Everlast no longer sells millions of records. His albums do not fall in a category, if you like one of his songs, unless you have a diverse musical taste, you will not be pleased with the rest if you expect an album with 14 rock songs. I give it 5 stars because out of the 14 songs, I like 8 of them A LOT. And that's because I don't like the "rap" songs, I don't like rap.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just purchased this CD a couple of days ago, and I've already listened to it more than Everlast's previous album "Eat at Whitey's". There are a couple of songs that I tend to skip past...but all in all, it's a strong album. And it's one that should see Everlast return to his "Whitey Ford Sings the Blues" success. "Thumbs up" on this one!