Tom Waits:Rain Dogs

The middle album of the trilogy that includes Swordfishtrombones and Franks Wild Years, Rain Dogs is Waits's best overall effort. The songs are first-rate, and there are a lot of them--19 in all, ranging from grim nightlife memoirs ("9th and Hennepin," "Singapore") to portraits of small-time hustlers ("Gun Street Girl," "Union Square") to bursts of street-corner philosophy ("Blind Love," "Time").

Like all of Waits's albums, Rain Dogs was not a major financial success, but again, like many of his albums, Rain Dogs received mostly positive reviews.

This album always makes me pained.Great record for drink and forget all the unimportant things.One of my favorite Tom Waits album stands right here.Most of tom waits fans love this album.


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