Chuck Prophet - No Other Love [Limited Edition Color Vinyl]
150g tan with red splatter color vinyl
No Other Love is now on vinyl for the first time outside of a limited German release in 2002. No Other Love was the sixth album in a solo career that began when California native Chuck Prophet split from Green on Red in 1990. Green on Red helped lead the way for the insurgent country of the 1990s, but on his own Prophet has grown far beyond the category. No Other Love is maverick genre-bending in the manner of Beck and Jim White, and the stylistic variety suits Prophet's compositions, peopled by crazed desperados and beautiful losers. The songs run the gamut from the raunchy horn-driven swagger of "That's How Much I Need Your Love" to the stinging, pleading "Elouise," where his ever-inventive guitar vies with Farfisa organ. Prophet enjoys spicing songs with pop culture references, but his wry humor is counterbalanced by a strong moral undertow in "I Bow Down and Pray to Every Woman I See" and the beautiful "Summertime Thing." This is a Prophet with plenty of honor.
Side A -
What Can You Tell Me
After The Rain
I Bow Down And Pray To Every Woman I See
Run Primo, Run
Storm Across The Sea
No Other Love
Side B -
That's How Much I Need Your Love
What Makes The Monkey Dance
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