Heavy Trash – Going Way Out With Heavy Trash [Promo] (CD, US)

4 September 2007 Yep Roc CD-YEP-2133
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. Crazy Pritty Baby
11. I Want Refuge
12. Crying Tramp
13. You Can’t Win
NOTES:
Promo CD edition in plastic sleeve with no additional artwork.

The disc features press contact details.

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

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

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

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

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

13. 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:
[Promo edition includes publicity and radio contact email addresses and phone numbers]
DETAILS:
ARTWORK: n/a

BARCODE: n/a

MATRIX: “YEP 2133 R02090710 G1 070530”

PRESS RELEASE:
“The new album from danger-makers Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray – Going Way Out With Heavy Trash – is their greatest salvo of passion and grind yet, a torrent of cut-throat twang, a nitro-burning joy ride that drives hot-rodded guitars and battered tube amps to their earthly extremes!!!

Pre-order Going Way Out and download two bonus tracks, only at the Yep Roc Web Shop!

Jon Spencer cannot stop! His name is synonymous with high-energy deliverance!! He is the hardest-working man in the game today, a soul on fire, exploding across the starry sky like a Phantom jet!!! Riding shotgun is the most feared guitar man in the world, the Lower East Side Studio Svengali and Master of the Analog Sound, Mr. Matt Verta-Ray, who cuts audiences to ribbons with dagger riffs fired with sniper-like precision from his atomic-powered Gibson rockabilly blast box!!

But Heavy Trash goes deeper than just rock, rock, rock…

Yes, Heavy Trash rassles with the Sun Sound, echoing slap-back sludge and gurgling the dark hoodoo groove! Yes, Heavy Trash twangs and shivers in the cold moonlight!! Heavy Trash rhythms and blues, Heavy Trash punches and weaves… there are songs for listening and songs for dancing, sad songs, happy songs, and songs that will make you burn with fever. The words of these songs reflect the folly, the joy or the sadness in our lives, and Jon’s voice illustrates each mood with such precise honesty, taking you on a thrill ride to the depths of human emotion.

Influences? Jon and Matt give channel the way out vibes of rock ‘n’ roll’s grooviest gris-gris monsters, from Charlie Feathers and the Gories, to Waylon and Johnny, the Cramps, Link Wray and the beat’em down beats of the Cheater Slicks – deep American roots music that pumps blood to your heart and rattles your brain; music that aims to leave you exhausted and satisfied and succeeds.

Through their fine recordings, as well as personal appearances, Jon and Matt’s talent is on call 52 weeks of the year. But the Heavy Trash phenomenon is bigger than even these two giants of soul: they need three complete bands to get it all done! Right now it would be difficult to draw boundaries on Heavy Trash Way Out Rock ‘n’ Roll. Working with some of the finest musicians from Canada, Denmark, Far Rockaway, and laying tracks in London, Boston, and the Lower East Side, Heavy Trash Way Out Rock ‘n’ Roll is as big as the globe!

Says Mr. Spencer: “Way Out grew from our insane touring methods… three different studios, in three different cities, each with a different live band, each with a different sound. The Sadies at Camp Street studio in Boston… The Danish guys (Tremolo Beer Gut/Powersolo) at Toe Rag in London with Liam Watson, and the New York crew at home in Matt’s place with Ivan Julian behind the desk.”

Clever, witty, original, inventive, spontaneous, rockin, raw, sweaty, soulful, good-looking . . . how can one fully describe Heavy Trash? Perhaps the adjective most used by those of us who know is “out!” Heavy Trash is out as you’ll understand when you hear this album, their most Way Out collection of songs to date!” – yeproc.com

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