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John Hiatt ‎– Slug Line (1979, MCA Records)


Media NM
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : 511 022
Style : Rock & Roll

With Slug Line the Costello comparisons are evident but only as one ingredient among others. Equally there are traces of Graham Parker and Nick Lowe, especially with tracks like “Sharon’s Got A Drugstore”, “(No More) Dancin’ In The Street” and “Madonna Road”. While the final track “Washable Ink” points the direction to the artist Hiatt will eventually become.

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A1 – You Used To Kiss The Girls
A2 – The Negroes Were Dancing
A3 – Slug Line
A4 – Madonna Road
A5 – (No More) Dancin’ In The Street
A6 – Long Night
B1 – The Night That Kenny Died
B2 – Radio Girl
B3 – You’re My Love Interest
B4 – Take Off Your Uniform
B5 – Sharon’s Got A Drugstore
B6 – Washable Ink

Weight 0,23 kg