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Mp3 The Gun Club - Lucky Jim

  • Performer: The Gun Club
  • Album: Lucky Jim
  • Label: What's So Funny About..
  • Catalog #: SF134
  • MP3: 1155 mb | FLAC: 1457 mb
  • Released: 1993
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 827
  • Category: Rock
Mp3 The Gun Club - Lucky Jim


1A House Is Not A Home4:03
2Cry To Me
Organ – Bart Van Poppel
4Idiot Waltz6:43
5Anger Blues
Organ – Bart Van Poppel
6Up Above The World4:50
7Blue Monsoons
Drums – Simon FishWritten-By – Romi Mori
8Kamata Hollywood City5:08
9Day Turn The Night2:52
10Lucky Jim3:44


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
COOKLP697The Gun Club Lucky Jim ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu)Cooking VinylCOOKLP697Europe2018
FR 009-2The Gun Club Lucky Jim ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD)Flow Records FR 009-2Netherlands2005
51163-4The Gun Club Lucky Jim ‎(Cass, Album)Triple X Records51163-4US1993
527.0010.20The Gun Club Lucky Jim ‎(CD, Album)Solid 527.0010.20Netherlands1993
Rosecd 323, 422461The Gun Club Lucky Jim ‎(CD, Album)New Rose Records, New Rose RecordsRosecd 323, 422461France1993


  • Arranged ByJeffrey Lee Pierce
  • BassRomi Mori
  • DrumsNick Sanderson
  • EngineerPeer Rave
  • Mastered ByHay Zeelen
  • Mastered By [Cut]Hi
  • ProducerJeffrey Lee Pierce, Peer Rave
  • Vocals, Lead GuitarJeffrey Lee Pierce
  • Written-ByJeffrey Lee Pierce (tracks: A1 To B3, B5)


Recorded at Banana Studios Haarlem/Holland and "Blue Monsoons" at Zeezicht Studios Spaarnwoude, January 1992 and February 1993. This album is dedicated to the cities of Saigon and London, Fall and Winter 1991



  • Barcode: 4015698 2934-1 8
  • Label Code: LC 8963
  • Matrix / Runout (This Side, hand-etched, "Hi" hand-etched script): SF 134 A Hi
  • Matrix / Runout (Other Side, hand-etched, "Hi" hand-etched script): SF 134 B Hi


  • Distributed By – Indigo – 2934-1
  • Recorded At – Bananas Studios
  • Recorded At – Studio Zeezicht
  • Mixed At – Bananas Studios
  • Mixed At – Studio Zeezicht
  • Mastered At – The Masters
  • Copyright (c) – What's So Funny About..
  • Published By – Creeping Ritual Music



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Depends on your set-up (speakers/players/personal preference etc).
Have the original Netherlands CD..the transparent blue Cooking vinyl reissue. The best sounding seems to be from Flow Records Cds (from the sadly aborted full re-creation of Gun Club/JLP remasters with extras) series.
A desert island disc. I have always been a Gun Club fan but when this came out I was into Hip Hop and other things. I rediscovered this only two years back and was really amazed. Considering how much of a wreck Pierce must have been at the date of the recording it is really astonishing how professional all of this is; sometimes, it sounds like some classic mainstream rock. It is bleak, for sure, but also amazingly peaceful at the same time, as if the demons he was battling on all the albums before, were gone at this moment. Maybe it is the second best Gun Club record after Fire of Love for me, as great as Miami, The Las Vegas Story and Mother Juno are. This gets better the more you play it. Could be the one I choose to listen to as the last one before I check out. One of the best records of the 90s.
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