Alex Chilton’s 1995 return to rock, A Man Called Destruction, reissued and expanded with seven bonus tracks on Omnivore Recordings....
https://driftrecords.com/products/alex-chilton-a-man-called-destruction11658190980Alex Chilton - A Man Called Destruction//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/816651013340_large.jpg?v=1504822878//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0161/8690/products/816651013340_medium.jpg?v=150482287812.99GBPInStockAlex ChiltonAlex ChiltonEverything In Stock at DriftIndie & AlternativeWarnerAlex Chilton’s 1995 return to rock, A Man Called Destruction, reissued and expanded with seven bonus tracks on Omnivore Recordings. As lead singer of The Box Tops and co-founder of Big Star, Alex Chilton already had a place in rock history. But he was never one to rest on his laurels. An enormous music fan himself, he consistently reinvented his own sound throughout his career, until his death in 2010. Chilton returned to Memphis’ legendary Ardent Studios and a reconstituted Ardent label to record Destruction, a classic mix of originals and covers, this time with a full-horn section. Featuring an eclectic mixture of garage rock, jazz and R&B, A Man Called Destruction, released in 1995, was well received by fans and critics, and even landed him a spot on Late Night With Conan O’Brien performing the album’s Lies. The seven previously unissued tracks come from the original sessions and new liner notes from journalist and author Bob Mehr (Trouble Boys: The True Story Of The Replacements). With the renewed interest and appreciation for his work in Big Star, it is the perfect time for Chilton’s solo work to get the same due. It is time for a reintroduction of A Man Called Destruction.
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