Alex Chilton - Take Me Home And Make Me Like It
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"This record is meant as an addendum to Singer Not The Song (1977) / Bach's Bottom (1981) and not a substitution. The idea that somebody would be interested in anything beyond what had already been released is lunacy considering the underwhelming reaction the record industry had to it at the time. When Munster asked if I'd like to take a look at releasing anything that wasn't out previously, I had to say yes. Now you have it, all the contents of the first crazy night of recording, plus some new ways to look at some of the other material. . . . It's sort of similar (not musically, but in terms of the producer/artist relationship) to the Blowin' Your Mind! album by Van Morrison (1967) -- you can sense the underlying tension, and not every track is a 'success', but it is mighty powerful. . . . Alex was not about melody at the time, he wanted to repudiate his Big Star work and make a sinister record that threatened people. Without half trying, Singer Not The Song did accomplish that. It became one of the first punk rock/new wave records, the very first EP for the genre." --Jon Tiven, Jan 2017