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My Body the Hand Grenade
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
1997 anthology of rare & unreleased recordings from 1990- 1995. 14 tracks, including live versions of 'Drown Soda' & 'Asking For It', a previously unreleased cover of Donovan's 'Season Of The Witch' from MTV's Unplugged, a... more »
1997 anthology of rare & unreleased recordings from 1990- 1995. 14 tracks, including live versions of 'Drown Soda' & 'Asking For It', a previously unreleased cover of Donovan's 'Season Of The Witch' from MTV's Unplugged, a previously unreleased demo of 'Miss World' and more! A City Slang release.
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"I couldn't find this album anywhere, except here on the internet. When I played it, I was sort of surprised. This album sort of links all of Hole's albums together. For example, "Beautiful Son" and "20 Years In The Dakota" were recorded between the time of Pretty On The Inside and Live Through This. You can almost see Hole evolving into different styles. It's very interesting. This album has tracks from all over Hole's career (before Celebrity Skin, that is). You can see how Hole was going to write their final album, through the evolving sounds. If you like their music, I highly recommend this!"
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ADRIENNE MILLER | TENNESSEE | 07/20/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Hole's My Body, The Hand Grenade is truly an unique album of sorts. Not sure how to describe this record, this disc features some of Hole's early recordings such as Turpentine, Phonebill Song, Retard Girl and many more. I prefer their later sound such as the albums Live Through This and Celebrity Skin. The debut album, Pretty on the Inside is not one of my favorites from their career so some of the pre-Live Through This tracks sure as hell don't blow me away. The songs I do enjoy on My Body include: Season of the Witch, He Hit Me (It felt like a Kiss), Beautiful Son, 20 Years in the Dakota, Softer Softest (Live), and the gorgeous and non-screaming anthem, Old Age. Courtney's vocals shine on Old Age, of course I have heard this song was orginally a Kurt Cobain throw-away but Love sings this song with earnest and integrity. A great album for hard-core Hole fans, god I wish they were still together, they were one of the best grunge/rock bands of the '90s. Also check out Love's first solo disc, America's Sweetheart."