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Amorica [Bonus Tracks]

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The Black Crowes 8/11/1998

Review

On Amorica, the Black Crowes finally come into their own, taking their cue from the most relaxed, groove-oriented tracks on their previous album. While the album contains no immediately obvious singles, the songs are the best the band has ever written, stretching out into a hard, jam-oriented, funky blues-rock. The Black Crowes' influences are still discernible -- no band celebrates the glory days of rock culture quite as enthusiastically -- but they use the music of the Stones, the Faces, and Little Feat much the same way the Stones used the music of Chuck Berry: it's a starting point that leads the band into a new direction, incorporating different musical genres, and making the music original. That sense of reinterpretation is what keeps Amorica fresh. [American also released an edition that added two bonus tracks: "Song of the Flesh" and "Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz."] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Gone The Black Crowes 5:9
  3. 2 A Conspiracy The Black Crowes 4:44
  4. 3 High Head Blues The Black Crowes 4:3
  5. 4 Cursed Diamond The Black Crowes 5:57
  6. 5 Nonfiction [Unplugged] The Black Crowes 4:16
  7. 6 She Gave Good Sunflower The Black Crowes 5:48
  8. 7 P. 25 London The Black Crowes 3:38
  9. 8 Ballad in Urgency The Black Crowes 5:39
  10. 9 Wiser Time The Black Crowes 5:32
  11. 10 Downtown Money Waster [Unplugged] The Black Crowes 3:40
  12. 11 Descending The Black Crowes 5:36
  13. 12 Song of the Flesh The Black Crowes 3:42
  14. 13 Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz [Unplugged][Live Classics] The Black Crowes 2:49

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