Old 97's is an American alternative country band from Dallas, Texas, United States. Their most recent release is Love The Holidays. They are recognized as pioneers of the alt-country movement during the mid to late 1990s along with bands such as Uncle Tupelo, Drive-By Truckers, Whiskeytown, The Jayhawks, and The Bottle Rockets.
This album has an average beat per minute of 129 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 90/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Wreck Your Life. BPM Profile Wreck Your Life. Album starts at 167BPM, ends at 121BPM (-46), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Old 97's.
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Consumer Guide Album. Old 97's: Wreck Your Life Dallas boys don't come to country naturally, not Dallas boys honest enough to open: "This is the story of Victoria Lee/She started off on Percodan and ended up with me/She lived in Berkeley till the earthquake shook her loose/She lives in Texas now where nothing ever moves.
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Wreck Your Life is the second studio album by American country/rock band Old 97's, first released on October 3, 1995 (see 1995 in music). 1995's Wreck Your Life brought them to the attention of Elektra Records, who hoped that alt-country could be a new post-grunge trend. Rhett Miller Hitchhike to Rhome Bloodshot Records Wreck Your Life The Break-Up. Big Brown Eyes" was featured in the series finale of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide and was re-recorded for the band's next album, Too Far to Care
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Album: Wreck Your Life. There's nothing left to read in here, there's nothing left to smoke. Before the band kicks in, the getting better start. I'll stomp a mud hole in your heart. You poured whiskey in my Slurpee, swear to God you got me drunk, Now I'm thinking that I'm sunk. I'm drowning in the back seat of a '61 Bel Air, I got a mouthful of your hair. I ain't suffocating, I'm just sick and tired of waiting.
The key to the album is found in the trio of covers, which neatly triangulate the band's influences: a heartfelt version of the pre-rock Latin-pop classic "You Belong To My Heart," Bill Monroe's bluegrass blast "My Sweet Blue-Eyed Darlin'," and Jon Langford's "Over the Cliff" sound perfectly natural next to one another, and they all sound like. Later albums by the Old 97's would increase the pop and rock influences, but WRECK YOUR LIFE is the band at their most authentically alt-country