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Jailbait - Alex Chilton - Black List (CD, Album)

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  1. Alex Clare's song "Too Close", released in , had little success despite having a top production team, and Clare was eventually dropped from his record label. In , "Too Close" was used in an ad for Internet Explorer 9, and within months of the ad's debut the song reached the top 10 on the Hot
  2. Black List was re-released in on a compilation CD together with Chilton's High Priest album, on Razor & Tie Records. Track listing "Little G.T.O." (John Wilkin) – "Guantanamerika" (Alex Chilton) – "Jailbait" (Chilton) – "Baby Baby Baby" (Chilton) – Genre: Rock.
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  4. Combines the Singer Not the Song ep with a 6-song live set by Alex Chilton and the Cossacks, recorded in New York in Expanded with an additional studio track from the Bach's Bottom session for a C.D. release. Lost Decade – (Fan Club, ) Document – (Aura, ) Stuff – (New Rose, ) Best of Alex Chilton – (New Rose, ).
  5. The "Intensities in 10 Cities" album includes the controversial song "Jailbait." On July 8, , Ted was on the rock radio program King Biscuit Flower Hour. This was the original broadcast of Ted's performance of Live at Hammersmith '79 which had been recorded during the second set of a night at London's Hammersmith Odeon in An album of.
  6. High Priest is the third solo album by American pop rock musician Alex Chilton, released in It was his first full-length album since 's commercially disastrous Like Flies on Sherbert. Chilton fronts a solid band of Memphis/New Orleans studio musicians. The album includes a cover of the instrumental "Raunchy", which was co-written by Sid Manker, who had taught Chilton guitar in his Genre: Rock.
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