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9 thoughts on “ American Spy - Ian Hunter - Rant (CD, Album) ”

  1. Rant Studio Album Album Tracks: Still Love Rock 'n' Roll, Wash Us Away, Death Of A Nation, Morons, Purgatory, American Spy, Dead Man Walkin' (Eastenders), Good Samaritan, Soap 'n' Water, Ripoff, Knees Of My Heart, No One.
  2. As Dion DiMucci 's Shu Bop album redefined the position of a '60s artist and delivered the goods, Hunter 's Rant reveals a '70s artist refining his philosophy. Rant he does, with eloquence and a new fire. Every track works, entertaining and enlightening, taking the listener through curves and turns, reaching the zenith in track ten, "Ripoff.".
  3. Ian Hunter. 13 tabs and chords. More. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  4. Oct 21,  · Compiled and curated by Ian and recognised Hunter-Mott biographer Campbell Devine, the project is the ultimate celebration of the artist's hugely influential and sparkling solo work. Covering the years to , Stranded in Reality comprises 17 original albums on 19 CDs, 9 "new" discs of intriguing rare and unreleased tracks plus 2DVDs.
  5. Ian Hunter's solo album Rant was the start of a run of good albums. arcurereloccofoodpuncchedeesetna.xyzinfo Mott The Hoople and Ian Hunter like in American Spy where Ian notes "Always in the red, This is a CD that takes a couple of plays to hit you (Ian never makes it easy for his fans!).
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from Rant by Ian Hunter Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. Rant is the 10th solo of Ian Hunter. Unlike some of his previous albums, Hunter wrote all tracks. It is also his most political album in 25 years.
  8. Dirty Laundry is the eighth solo album of Ian Hunter. This album was actually not planned, because Hunter only planned to record a few songs at Abbey Road Studios. [1] However, twelve tracks were recorded in a fortnight.
  9. Apr 21,  · A stunning effort in songwriting prowess and tasteful arrangements, Rant stands as one of Hunter's most thrilling albums. Kicking off with the irresistible "Still Love Rock & Roll," reminiscent of the good-time swagger of "Just Another Night" and "Once Bitten Twice Shy," it is clear that Hunter's chops, singing, and muse are in peak form/5(50).

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