8 thoughts on “ Pink Bedroom - John Hiatt - Slug Line/Two Bit Monsters (CD) ”

  1. Two Bit Monsters was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's fourth album, released in It was his second of two albums with MCA Records. It failed to chart, and MCA dropped Hiatt. "It Hasn't Happened Yet" would later be a minor country hit for Rosanne Cash off her album Somewhere in the porilectahimat.bolahoosupberozirebelisnombcep.co: Rock.
  2. Tracks 1 - 12 from the album "Slug Line" () Tracks 13 - 23 from the album "Two Bit Monsters" () All songs published by Bug Music/Bilt Publishing except track 15 published by Trio Music Company, Inc./Brian Bert Music. Standard jewel case with 8 page booklet including liner notes by John Tobler Track durations added from media player.4/5(3).
  3. Two Bit Monsters is probably the most consistent -- and possibly the best -- of Hiatt's pre albums. Featuring production that's the simplest of the early albums, and the most genuine songwriting and vocals, it can easily be enjoyed by Hiatt fans whose primary experience has been with 's "Bring The Family" and beyond/5(9).
  4. John Hiatt continues to be one of the most respected songwriter/singers and finally broke through to a large audience with Bring the Familywith the help of covers by Bonnie Raitt and other artists. Hiatt's third and fourth albums represented here features a bit of a shift in direction; the influence of New Wave permeate both albums but the influence of Rock and R&B on Hiatt's songwriting is /5(4).
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  6. At the time of its release, ‘Two Bit Monsters’ was perceived by critics as a less impressive follow-up to ‘Slug Line.’ In retrospect, it may be the better of the two albums, boasting an even more simplified musical approach and such notable songs as “Pink Bedroom” and “It Hasn’t Happened Yet,” (later both covered by Rosanne.
  7. It's a shame as the previous 'Slug Line' is a fine set but this album is the sound of Hiatt treading water and waiting desperately for a life boat. He would find some kind of creative renewal two years later on the patchy follow up 'All of a Sudden' but even that falls way short of the wonderful 'Slug Line' as Hiatt's best New Wave offering.4/5(5).

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