Miami (The Gun Club album)
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|Studio album by The Gun Club|
|Released||September 20, 1982|
Blank Tape Studios
|Genre||Post-punk, roots rock|
|Label||Animal Records (original release)
I.R.S. Records (1991 US reissue)
Sympathy for the Record Industry (2004 US reissue)
Cooking Vinyl (2009 European reissue)
|The Gun Club chronology|
Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym "D.H. Laurence Jr."
All songs written by Jeffrey Lee Pierce except as indicated.
- "Carry Home"
- "Like Calling Up Thunder"
- "Brother and Sister"
- "Run Through the Jungle" (John Fogerty)
- "A Devil in the Woods"
- "Texas Serenade"
- "Watermelon Man" (Ward Dotson, Pierce)
- "Bad Indian"
- "John Hardy" (traditional, arranged Pierce)
- "The Fire of Love" (Jody Reynolds, Stordivant Sonya)
- "Sleeping in Blood City"
- "Mother of Earth"
- Jeffrey Lee Pierce - vocals, guitar, piano, background vocals on "Watermelon Man", lead guitar on "Run Through the Jungle" & "John Hardy"
- Ward Dotson - lead guitar, background vocals on "Watermelon Man"
- Terry Graham - drums
- Rob Ritter - bass
- D.H. Laurence Jr. - backing vocals
- Walter Steding - fiddle on "Watermelon Man"
- Chris Stein - producer, bongos on "Watermelon Man"
- Mark Tomeo - steel guitar on "Texas Serenade" & "Mother of Earth"
- Joe Arlotta - session engineer
- Butch Jones - mixing engineer
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