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Real Gone

by Tom Waits

Real Gone by Tom Waits

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Real Gone

by Tom Waits

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Label: Anti/Epitaph
Real Gone sounds like the cut end of corrugated metal: in other words, it's instant vintage Waits. But when hip-hop finds him in "Top of the Hill" (or Cuban son in "Hoist That Rag"), the garbled slant-funk that comes out is revolutionary. Steve Earle could have written the wartime dirge "Day After Tomorrow."

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Real Gone sounds like the cut end of corrugated metal: in other words, it's instant vintage Waits. But when hip-hop finds him in "Top of the Hill" (or Cuban son in "Hoist That Rag"), the garbled slant-funk that comes out is revolutionary. Steve Earle could have written the wartime dirge "Day After Tomorrow."

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About This Album

Real Gone sounds like the cut end of corrugated metal: in other words, it's instant vintage Waits. But when hip-hop finds him in "Top of the Hill" (or Cuban son in "Hoist That Rag"), the garbled slant-funk that comes out is revolutionary. Steve Earle could have written the wartime dirge "Day After Tomorrow."