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It Goes Up to 555 – Pledge Triple Album

By Kris | February 21, 2012

555% WE DID IT!!

Today we hit 555% (the name of the Triple Album) and as promised the hard copies of the Triple CD, Triple Vinyl and Liner Note packages have now been deleted. FOREVER.

At this point you can still Pledge for the following until the album is officially released

Digital Downloads – all 30 songs from the recording session.

DVD – which will feature all of the Pledge videos, along with commentaries from Jon Poole. It will also contain bonus footage from the recording process and recent December tour.

Plus a newly added incentive:

“100%” CD – This is the name of the the 12 track single CD that will be commercially released in May, and you can now pre order that direct from PledgeMusic on the right hand side of the screen.

Each of the formats above still comes with the 30 song digital download, so you will still be able to have all the music even if you missed out on the physical triple albums.

Thank you for making history today.

6 Responses to “It Goes Up to 555 – Pledge Triple Album”

  1. MACiNNES Says:
    March 3rd, 2012 at 16:00

    When will the digital release be?



  2. patrickdude Says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 21:43

    You know i’ve followed the hearts for a long long time. There a good band. They’ve always kept the standards higher than their competition. But I am sad to say that so far I cannot say the same about the new Ginger album. Ginger your a brilliant musician, but I’m sorry to say that your music simply isn’t the same without the rest of the band. You and your “Ginger Wildheart” albums just aren’t what I’d love to hear. Your blunt realities that you presented in albums with the rest of the wildhearts, I’m just not seeing it this album. Now, I have only heard one song, and I heard it on youtube. It was the one about “The One”. I’ve heard rumors that the 12 songs your releasing comercialy are going to be recoreded with the rest of the hearts. I’m sure if that is true then they will be good like always. I really am not trying to criticize you as you are indeed a brilliant musician, Its just I’m worried about my own sanity, which is maintained by the stream of your music, which must be as good as its always been to keep me up.

  3. MACiNNES Says:
    March 11th, 2012 at 16:09

    I know everyone is entitled to their opinions but the amount of songs Ginger has composed over the last 30 years has shown just how versatile the man is. We all know what The Wildhearts are/were. we’ve grown up with them, loved, won, lost, failed, fought, celebrated with them etc etc But this man has a wealth of experiences and they can’t all be communicated in the same way or style.

    “The concept of progress acts as a protective mechanism to shield us from the terrors of the future”


    Gingers music has and always will be about progress. I will admit I don’t own many other albums that sound quite like Gingers solo stuff but thats what is so good about the solo stuff, its quirky but always honest….just as honest as any Wildhearts song.

    With Gingers back catalogue, writing skills, rock star quality, stage presence and brutal honesty lets stand back and admire by far the best british songwriter that we have.

    Like I said before everyone is entitled to their own opinion but lets not knock the quality of stuff this man produces.

    I will always defend the name of ginger and the wildhearts to the end.

    Peace x


  4. Martinos Says:
    March 15th, 2012 at 09:10

    What the hell has patrickdude been listening to over the last God-knows-how-many years?!?!?!

    Valor? Black Leather Mojo? Are these not up there with some of the best Wildhearts albums?

    Sorry, but you’ve shown a complete lack of faith in Ginger – especially if you’re judging this album by just 1 song!!!

  5. Stuboy Says:
    March 20th, 2012 at 15:29

    While Yoni and Market Harbour weren’t really my cup of tea, Valor del corazón and A Break in the Weather were both amazing as is the track Motorvate. Plus the track released so far was obviously not the best tune as Ginger would have put it on the album instead giving it away as an extra, still rocks anyway like!

  6. Ian Kenyon Says:
    March 28th, 2012 at 23:25

    Ginger is a British Institution in songwriter terms and can only be compared to the great Ian Hunter in respect of his contribution (largely ignored by the media) to rock music. First time I saw the Wildhearts was supporting Love/Hate at the Bristol Bierkeller many years ago-seen them 10 times since and they have never disappointed. Looking forward to receiving the triple album in the near future from Ginger. Anyone who is not a fan of the Wildhearts does not understand the concept of rock’n’roll. Nuff said!


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