Best Wildhearts spin-off album?

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Best Wildhearts spin-off album?

Postby Jason_scorching_past » 7th Nov 09, 14:21

Excluding Ginger's side projects, what is your favourite album by any other member of the band, past or present eg Yo- Yos, Plan A, CJ and the Satellites, Sorry and the Sinatras, GTA etc?
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Postby hiprlb » 7th Nov 09, 16:26

Gotta be Honeycrack for me,
altho Willies involvement may bias my opinion.
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Postby Sarc » 7th Nov 09, 16:47

That'll be Grand Theft Audio for me.
Not sent from my fucking iphone.

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Postby floyd » 7th Nov 09, 16:49

For me The Yo-Yo's, Uppers and Downers great album.
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Postby skychaserhigh » 7th Nov 09, 17:00

Honeycrack is superb, brings back loads of great memories for me.. :)
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Postby nuno75 » 7th Nov 09, 17:18

floyd wrote:For me The Yo-Yo's, Uppers and Downers great album.


Yup.
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Postby Keith Richard » 7th Nov 09, 17:25

Highball Roller - the rest don't come close
cause the chances are good that it wont let you down, like maybe drinking with Keith, or seeing Dolly Parton's tits...
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Postby melx » 7th Nov 09, 18:58

CJ & the Satalites '13' for me, I really really love that album, probably more than any Ginger solo album.... apart from Yoni maybe.
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Postby thegweywabbit » 7th Nov 09, 20:15

here's another vote for Honeycrack.
an excellent album!
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Postby WiredOut » 7th Nov 09, 20:54

melx wrote:CJ & the Satalites '13' for me, I really really love that album, probably more than any Ginger solo album.... apart from Yoni maybe.


I really need to listen to this properly. Had it for over a year and have spun it about twice. Why? Dunno.

Uppers and Downers was amazing, I agree. What a waste the Yo-Yos imploding so soon was.
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Postby geordierussell » 7th Nov 09, 21:13

GOD DAMN WHORES.
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Postby benwalton » 7th Nov 09, 22:02

Either...

Honeycrack
Cj and the Satellites
or Sorry and the Sinatras


It changes on the mood.
and just last week as i was clearing shit from off my shelf...
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Postby neil » 7th Nov 09, 23:23

I'm pretty keen on most of them, though I'm stuck between Prozaic and Highball Roller, a decision which is made impossible by the fact one is old and the other still pretty new, it'll need a few years till I can get a fair perspective on it.

I adored Prozaic when it came out, went off it a bit a few years later finding it too sweet in its poppiness and the lyrics annoyed me with some of their stating the obvious social commentary and politicising, but over time I've re-embraced the poppiness, and in a world overtaken by vacuous celebrities where the biggest hits by a suppossedly serious guitar band are about sex on fire and using someone, I really appreciate a band who actually said something and considered those kind of issues worth commenting on.

It doesn't really qualify as a Wildhearts off shoot, but I feel I must also mention my love for 'Empire of the Senseless' by the Senseless Things here.
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Postby melx » 7th Nov 09, 23:25

WiredOut wrote:
melx wrote:CJ & the Satalites '13' for me, I really really love that album, probably more than any Ginger solo album.... apart from Yoni maybe.


I really need to listen to this properly. Had it for over a year and have spun it about twice. Why? Dunno..


Yeah, you should....maybe it was a bit poppy for you? it's not very 'rock' ....but WH's is about the most 'rock' thing I listen to so it works for me.
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Postby melx » 7th Nov 09, 23:26

neil wrote:
It doesn't really qualify as a Wildhearts off shoot, but I feel I must also mention my love for 'Empire of the Senseless' by the Senseless Things here.


yeah, that's a great album....and a great tour too....loud as fuck and Leatherface supporting..... good times.
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