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Swordfishtrombones is the seventh studio album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in September 1983. It was the first album that Waits produced himself. Stylistically different from his previous LPs, the album moves away from the piano and string orchestra arrangements of the late 1970s, replacing them instead with unusual instrumentation and a somewhat more abstract songwriting approach.

Released September 1, 1983. Swordfishtrombones Tracklist. 1. Underground (Original) Lyrics. 2. Shore Leave Lyrics.

Swordfishtrombones is an amazing album too. I'd probably say I like it more than Rain Dogs even. Sepstrup April 17th 2006. Tom Waits is fantastic. Rain Dogs is better and more coherent, but this album is still awesome. Johnsburg, Illinois is so beautiful.

Swordfishtrombones has none of the strings and much less of the piano work that Waits' previous albums had employed; instead, the dominant sounds on the record were low-pitched horns, bass instruments, and percussion, set in spare, close-miked arrangements (most of them by Waits) that sometimes were better described as "soundscapes.

Swordfishtrombones is an album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in September 1983. It was the first album that Waits produced himself and is marked as such by a sense of artistic freedom that would increasingly characterize his later work. Stylistically different from his previous LPs, Swordfishtrombones moves away from the piano and string orchestra arrangements of the late seventies replacing them instead with unusual instrumentation and a somewhat more abstract songwriting approach.

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Writer(s): TOM WAITS.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Underground Tom Waits Tom Waits 1:58
2 Shore Leave Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:12
3 Dave the Butcher Tom Waits Tom Waits 2:15
4 Johnsburg, Illinois Tom Waits Tom Waits 1:30
5 16 Shells from a Thirty-Ought Six Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:30
6 Town With No Cheer Tom Waits Tom Waits 4:22
7 In the Neighborhood Tom Waits Tom Waits 3:04
8 Just Another Sucker on the Vine Tom Waits Tom Waits 1:42
9 Frank's Wild Years Tom Waits Tom Waits 1:50
10 Swordfishtrombone Tom Waits Tom Waits 3:00
11 Down, Down, Down Tom Waits Tom Waits 2:10
12 Soldier's Things Tom Waits Tom Waits 3:15
13 Gin Soaked Boy Tom Waits Tom Waits 2:20
14 Trouble's Braids Tom Waits Tom Waits 1:18
15 Rainbirds Tom Waits Tom Waits 3:05

Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones album download

Performer: Tom Waits

Title: Swordfishtrombones

Recording date: August, 1982

Duration: 40:31

Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,College Rock,Experimental Rock,Album Rock

Recording location: Leeds Instrument Rental

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1705 mb

Size FLAC: 1117 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 479

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Here's where the infamous, unhinged Waits' daemonic persona begins to gain traction. His previous effort, "Heartattack and Vine" hinted at a more sour, demented Waits. With "Swordfish," out went the baby with the bathwater, as well as the f*cking bath itself. With the opening clunking, almost prescient guttural crunching of "Underground," Tom's hoary grunting there forth, we are fast alerted that the days of eggs and sausage are over. The best track (and my fave) that tears the old Waits to the floor is "Frank's Wild Years." In less than two minutes Waits declares this album's manifesto. Just waIt for it in rotation. Under the umbrella of Waits' new-found weirdness does it make some sense. Admittedly not by much, but his is a shade higher than Nirvana's "Nevermind." In perfect clarity, "Swordfish" was "Nevermind" before the idea of "Nevermind" ever existed. The album's a complete overhaul of a winning formula that yielded another winning formula. Don't get it? It's all well and good. Just ask Dave the butcher to let you take a spin and invite you to understand why much later on that scene in the "Fight Club" movie meant so much to you and yer drunken beer buds. This album's a must.