(2011) Endless, Nameless

Wildhearts

... read moreEndless, Nameless finds the Wildhearts opting for an indie label after their time with Warner failed to yield any hits. Stylstically, the album doesn't sound that different from their earlier releases, but it is a surprsingly consistent and appealing set of thunderous hard-rock. The album may take...

Explicit

46′:26″ 10 Songs

1
Junkenstein
Wildhearts
2:00
2
Nurse Maximum
Wildhearts
4:23
3
Anthem
Wildhearts
3:19
4
Urge
Wildhearts
4:53
5
Pissjoy
Wildhearts
5:07
6
Soundog Babylon
Wildhearts
5:08
7
Now Is The Colour
Wildhearts
4:22
8
Heroin
Wildhearts
5:21
9
Why You Lie
Wildhearts
4:34
10
Thunderfuck
Wildhearts
7:19
Released 09 September 2011, 1997 Mushroom Records UK LTD

Review

Endless, Nameless finds the Wildhearts opting for an indie label after their time with Warner failed to yield any hits. Stylstically, the album doesn't sound that different from their earlier releases, but it is a surprsingly consistent and appealing set of thunderous hard-rock. The album may take its name from Nirvana's unlisted noise symphony at the end of Nevermind, but the record owes more to straight-ahead glam-rock and metal and its the better for it. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine