A Nicer Shade of Red

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A Nicer Shade of Red
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Compilation album by
Genre Punk rock, alternative metal
Label 2.13.61
Producer Henry Rollins
Rollins Band chronology
A Nicer Shade of Red
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A Nicer Shade of Red is a compilation album by the Rollins Band. [1] It was recorded at the same sessions that produced Nice , making it a companion piece to that album, and was released directly by Rollins' 2.13.61 label. The album features four songs that only appeared on vinyl or foreign CD releases of Nice as well as an extended mix of "Your Number Is One" and a cover of The Dead Boys' "Ain't It Fun".


Track listing

  1. Too Much Rock and Roll (3:50)
  2. Marcus Has The Evil In Him (4:01)
  3. Nowhere To Go But Inside (3:04)
  4. 10X (3:04)
  5. Always The Same (2:57)
  6. Soul Implant (1:56)
  7. Raped (4:57)
  8. Ain't It Fun (Peter Laughner, Cheetah Chrome) (3:43)
  9. You Lost Me (5:47)
  10. Stone Washed Clean (4:18)
  11. A Life Denied (3:25)
  12. Your Number Is One (long version) (4:37)
  13. Such A Drag (12:55)
All songs written and composed by Henry Rollins, Jim Wilson, Marcus Blake and Jason Mackenroth and published by Be Drinkable Music (BMI)/MS Catalog (ASCAP) except where noted.

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