Pawn Shoppe Heart

Label
Sire/Reprise
Release date
9 Mar 2004
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
34:52

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 No Regrets (Album Version) 2:34 1,321
2 Broken Man (Album Version) 2:08 1,199
3 C'mon C'mon 2:13 193,313
4 Tell Me What You See (Album Version) 1:55 1,511
5 Been Swank (Album Version) 2:42 1,255
6 Mairead (Album Version) 5:09 1,096
7 Not That Social (Album Version) 2:58 1,334
8 Crawl Through The Darkness (Album Version) 2:43 1,436
9 The Fever (Album Version) 2:37 1,227
10 Right Of Way (Album Version) 3:45 1,200
11 Poison Ivy (Album Version) 2:13 1,189
12 Pawn Shoppe Heart (Album Version) 3:55 1,213

About this album

Pawn Shoppe Heart is the major-label debut of American garage rock revival band The Von Bondies, and their second album, released in 2004.

The record was met with critical acclaim, and helped lend even further voice to the Detroit garage punk underground brought to mainstream success by The White Stripes two years prior. The record has an average score of 80% on Metacritic.com. On the last track, after the three-minute silence following “Pawn Shoppe Heart”, there’s a hidden track: a cover of “Try a Little Tenderness”, a song from the 1930s.

A shortened version of “C’mon C’mon” is the theme song for the American comedy-drama television show, Rescue Me. It is featured on the EA videogames “Burnout 3: Takedown” and “MVP Baseball 2004”. The track “Mairead” is about Queens of Noize DJ Mairead Nash, who has been associated with Jason Stollsteimer. MLB Network uses a brief clip of “C’mon C’mon” as the opening of their new show 30 Clubs in 30 Days.

The song “C’mon C’mon” will be playable as downloadable content on Rock Band 2 March 31, 2009.

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