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Record Details

Artist: Tom Waits
Title: Heartattack And Vine
Format: CDReissue
Label: Elektra
Cat No: 7559-60547-2
Released: 9 Sep 1980
Genres: Blues RockAlternative RockBallad
Numbered: #253
Status Have
Added To List 3rd November 2020
Disc 1 | CD
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A Matrix:
1. "Heartattack and Vine" 4:50 2. "In Shades" (Instrumental) 4:25 3. "Saving All My Love for You" 3:41 4. "Downtown" 4:45 5. "Jersey Girl" 5:11 6. "'Til the Money Runs Out" 4:25 7. "On the Nickel" 6:19 8. "Mr. Siegal" 5:14 9. "Ruby's Arms" 5:34  

Additional Information

Comments Heartattack and Vine is a seventh album by Tom Waits, released in 1980, and his final album to be released on the Asylum label.

"On the Nickel" was recorded for the Ralph Waite film of the same name. "Heartattack and Vine" was covered by Screamin' Jay Hawkins. In 1993 this version was used without Waits' permission in a Levi's commercial, for which Waits took legal action and won a settlement.[2] Jean-Luc Godard used "Ruby's Arms" in his 1983 film First Name: Carmen.

Version with price code: FRANCE WE 833

Originally released September, 1980.
Recorded June 16th through July 15th, 1980.
Track 7: Written for the motion picture "On The Nickel," a film by Ralph Waite.

Made In Germany.

Typo in catalog # on rear cover. (see images)

On disc:
Made in Germany

On back cover:
℗ & © 1980 Elektra Entertainment
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
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