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Hit by a Train: The Best of Old 97's

Hit By A Train: The Best of Old 97's
Old 97's
Released June 20, 2006
Genre Alternative country
Length 64:08
Label Rhino Entertainment
Producer Mike Phegley[1]
Old 97's chronology

Alive & Wired
(2005)
Hit by a Train: The Best of Old 97's
(2006)
Blame It on Gravity
(2008)
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Hit By A Train: The Best of Old 97's is a best-of compilation album by American country/rock band Old 97's, first released on June 20, 2006.

Track listing

  1. "Stoned"
  2. "Cryin' Drunk"
  3. "Doreen" (rock version)
  4. "Victoria"
  5. "Timebomb"
  6. "Niteclub"
  7. "Four Leaf Clover"
  8. "El Paso"
  9. "Jagged"
  10. "Lonely Holiday"
  11. "Murder (Or A Heart Attack)"
  12. "Valentine"
  13. "The Villain"
  14. "King Of All Of The World"
  15. "Question"
  16. "Rollerskate Skinny"
  17. "Barrier Reef" (Live)
  18. "Nineteen" (Live)

Personnel

Old 97's

  • Rhett Miller - vocals, guitar
  • Murry Hammond - bass, vocals
  • Ken Bethea - guitar
  • Phillip Peeples - drums, percussion

Additional Musicians

  • Chuck Langford - guitar
  • Jon Rauhouse - pedal steel, banjo
  • Wally Gagel - piano, Mellotron, percussion
  • Jon Brion - Vox organ
  • Andrew Williams - additional instruments

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