Heavy Trash – Going Way Out With Heavy Trash (CD, JAPAN)

29 August 2007 JVC Victor VICP-63923
01. Pure Gold
02. Outside Chance
03. Double Line
04. Kissy Baby
05. That Ain’t Right
06. I Want Oblivion
07. Way Out
08. She Baby
09. They Were Kings
10. Kloi
11. Wet Book
12. Crazy Pritty Baby
13. I Want Refuge
14. Crying Tramp
15. You Can’t Win
Heavy Trash - Going Way Out With Heavy Trash (CD, JAPAN) - Cover
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NOTES:
Japanese release, issued in DigiPak with Obi strip, a track listing/song credits insert and booklet featuring lyrics (in English and Japanese) and biography (Japanese only).

two weeks earlier than the US edition and features the extra tracks Kloi and Wet Book which are not on the US CD version. Packaging includes Obi strip, a track listing/song credits insert, one with track listing/credits

The US vinyl edition includes Didja Hear My Name in addition to these two extra tracks.

I Want Refuge is actually the last 74 seconds of Pork Chop which was available as a free download with the US version of the album and appeared on the Australian release.

The Yep Roc, Crunchy Frog, In-Fidelity and JVC Victor editons of this album all featured a different running order and track listing.

SONG CREDITS:
Produced: Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray
Recorded at Toe Rag Studio, London with Ed Turner and Liam Watson; Camp Street Studio, Boston with Paul O Kolderie; NY Hed Studio, NYC with Ivan Julian and Matt Verta-Ray.
Mixed: Jon Spencer/Matt Verta-Ray at NY Hed and Headgear Studio, Brooklyn.
Mastered: Andy Heermans at Polywog

All Songs written by Jon Spencer/Matt Verta-Ray
© 2007 Patricia Ann Music/Marsupial Parlay Vous (BMI) Except ‘Kloi’

Everything Else Played and Sung by Jon and Matt

01. Pure Gold
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Simon Chardiet
Drums: Phil Hernandez

02. Outside Chance
Featuring: The Sadies
Drums: Mike Belitsky
Upright Bass: Sean Dean
Guitar/Organ: Dallas Good
Guitar/Baritone Guitar: Travis Good
Vocals: Yebo

03. Double Line
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Kim Kix
Organ/Piano/Baritone Guitar: The Great Nalna
Drums/Vocals: Yebo
Percussion: Daniel Jodocy

04. Kissy Baby
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Kim Kix
Organ/Piano/Baritone Guitar: The Great Nalna
Drums/Vocals: Yebo

05. That Ain’t Right
Featuring: The Sadies
Drums: Mike Belitsky
Upright Bass: Sean Dean
Guitar/Organ: Dallas Good
Guitar/Baritone Guitar: Travis Good

06. I Want Oblivion
[no details on sleeve]

07. Way Out
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Simon Chardiet
Drums: Phil Hernandez
Organ: Daniel Collas
Saxophone: Andrew “Strippy” Raff

08. She Baby
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Kim Kix
Organ/Piano/Baritone Guitar: The Great Nalna
Drums/Vocals: Yebo

09. They Were Kings
Featuring: The Sadies
Drums: Mike Belitsky
Upright Bass: Sean Dean
Guitar/Organ: Dallas Good
Guitar/Baritone Guitar: Travis Good
Vocals: Yebo

10. Kloi
Organ: Daniel Collas
Saxophone: Andrew “Strippy” Raff

11. Wet Book
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Simon Chardiet
Drums: Phil Hernandez

12. Crazy Pritty Baby
Featuring: The Sadies
Drums: Mike Belitsky
Upright Bass: Sean Dean
Guitar/Organ: Dallas Good
Guitar/Baritone Guitar: Travis Good

13. I Want Refuge
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Simon Chardiet
Drums: Phil Hernandez

14. Crying Tramp
Featuring:
Upright Bass: Kim Kix
Organ/Piano/Baritone Guitar: The Great Nalna
Drums/Vocals: Yebo

15. You Can’t Win
Featuring: The Sadies
Drums: Mike Belitsky
Upright Bass: Sean Dean
Guitar/Organ: Dallas Good
Guitar/Baritone Guitar: Travis Good
Saxophone: Andrew “Strippy” Raff

SLEEVE NOTES:
“Thanks to Matt Abels at Rhino, Jon Barry, Boche Billions, Dougie Bowne, Jay “The Converter” Braun, Liz Buckley at Ace, Christina Campanella, Angie Carlson, Loren Chodosh, Copter, Enrico Croci, Carolyn Curtis, Jen Czin, D. Rangers, Mike Edison, Gin Palace, Charles Hall, Heart, Tom Long, Anthony Malat, Cristina Martinez, Messer Chups, The Micragirls, The Miller Family, Scott Norton, Powersolo, Craig Robinson, Rud, Rich Sandrok at Shure, Monika Skaberne, Charlie Spencer, The Tremolo Beer Gut.”
DETAILS:
ARTWORK:
ART: Tony Millionaire
Design: Chip Kidd

BARCODE: 4 988002 532742

MATRIX: “VICP-63923-1 1W V IFPI L244”

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