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Album: Rock of the Westies

Artist: Elton John

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1996
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 1996 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Tracklist For Rock of the Westies By Artist Elton John

Title Artist Time
Yell Help / Wednesday Night / Elton John 6:15 USD 1.29
Dan Dare (Pilot of the Future) Elton John 3:29 USD 1.29
Island Girl Elton John 3:42 USD 1.29
Grow Some Funk of Your Own Elton John 4:47 USD 1.29
I Feel Like a Bullet (In the G Elton John 5:27 USD 1.29
Street Kids Elton John 6:25 USD 1.29
Hard Luck Story Elton John 5:16 USD 1.29
Feed Me Elton John 4:00 USD 1.29
Billy Bones and the White Bird Elton John 4:40 USD 1.29
Planes Elton John 4:31 USD 1.29
Sugar On the Floor Elton John 4:32 USD 1.29

Reviews For Rock of the Westies By Artist Elton John

  • Elton’s Most Guitar Oriented Album R-O-C-K-S

    By KorinaJam
    The electric guitar dominated the sonic landscape of the 1970s. Elton John added rock guitar maestro Davey Johnstone to the band on his album “Madman Across the Water” and every 70s album that follows had at least a couple tracks that flat out rocked. It’s no accident that this collection of tunes is called “Rock of the Westies.” After all, Johnstone’s crunchy hard rock guitar riffs are highlighted throughout. Standout cuts include “Grow Some Funk of Your Own”, “Street Kids”, “Dan Dare” and “Street Kids.” EJ’s songwriting is certainly stronger on other albums, but he never rocked harder than he did on this underrated classic.

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