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Sierra Madre, California, United States
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Alternative & Indie
1. Dirty Water
2. Riot on Sunset Strip
3. Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
4. Why Pick on Me
5. Mr. Nobody
7. Have You Ever Spent the Night in Jail
8. Try It
12. Can't Help But Love You
13. All Fall Down
14. Animal Girl
15. Little Sally Tease - (bonus track)
16. Black Hearted Woman - (bonus track)
17. There's a Storm Comin' - (bonus track)
18. Don't Say Goodbye - (bonus track)
For years the only decent Standells reissue available and still one of the best, this volume of Rhino's exemplary Golden Archive reissue series features their usual attention to detail, both in the exquisitely remastered sound--though still as muddy as Boston Harbor, this album's "Dirty Water" has the punch missing from a lot of other reissues--and the informative, well-written liner notes. As always, it's the music which matters most, and the music is undeniable.Under the tutelage of songwriter/producer/mastermind Ed Cobb--who later wrote "Tainted Love," believe it or not--The Standells released at least half a dozen classic snotty punk songs, including the four that kick off this excellent compilation: "Dirty Water," "Riot On Sunset Strip," "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White," and "Why Pick On Me." If the other 14 songs don't quite measure to that first stretch, well, neither does anything else.