Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Wayne's 1991 collaboration a real mixed bag
M. Bromberg | Atlanta, GA United States | 03/02/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"In which Wayne decides it's time to ... cover "MacArthur Park," brothers and sisters (really!). To be fair, most of this album features Mick Ferren on vocals and songwriting, and the material mysteriously includes a re-release of "Who Shot You, Dutch?" (produced by Don Was) from their 1987 "musical" about gangster Dutch Schultz, as well as Ferren's spoken-word "Death Tongue." It's definitely a collaborative effort, though. "Spike Heels" and "Fun in the Final Days" are about as much Kramer as you'll get here, and even those were co-written by Ferren. Maybe Kramer was saving it up for "The Hard Stuff," 1995's spectacular return to form featuring support from a whole generation of musicians inspired by the MC5."