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Wounded Bird
Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, New Wave, Pub Rock, Punk/New Wave, Roots Rock

Album Review

Tracks on Wax 4 is the first official Rockpile collaboration and its hard-driving, unified sounds make it one of Dave Edmunds' very best records. Like Get It, Tracks on Wax 4 relies primarily on originals and contemporary pub rock songs, leaving behind the classic oldies; the older songs on the record are obscurities like Chuck Berry's "It's My Own Business" and Jan & Dean's "Thread Your Needle." Built on such fine songs as the rockabilly tinged "Trouble Boys," the Everly-esque "Never Been in Love," "Television," "Readers Wives," and "Deborah," Tracks on Wax 4 is a tight, snappy rock & roll record that is only derailed by a version of Nick Lowe's classic "Heart of the City," where Lowe's original vocal is stripped away and replaced by a new take by Edmunds. Only then does the record recall Edmunds' perfectionist nature.
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Trouble Boys
  2. Never Been in Love
  3. Not a Woman, Not a Child
  4. Television
  5. What Looks Best on You
  6. Readers Wives
  7. Deborah
  8. Thread Your Needle
  9. A.1. on the Jukebox
  10. It's My Own Business
  11. Heart of the City
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