THE SAINTS

Marty Willson-Piper briefly joined The Saints in 2004 and toured with them across Europe in 2005.

NOTHING IS STRAIGHT IN MY HOUSE (2005)

The Saints - Noting Is Straight In My House Cover

Tracks

  Media

1.Porno Movies (3:08)
2.A Madman Wrecked My Happy Home (2:32)
3.Nothing Is Straight In My House (4:32)
4.Digging A Hole (3:59)
5.I Couldn't Help Myself (4:38)
6.Paint The Town Electric (4:12)
7.Nylon Pirates (3:03)
8.Bang On (3:13)
9.Taking Tea With Aphrodite (2:58)
10.Passing Strange (5:06)
11.Garden Dark (7:18)
12.Where Is My Monkey? (3:08)
13.Nothing Is Straight (Slight Return) (2:33)
   

Credits

The Saints:
Chris Bailey, Marty Willson-Piper, Caspar Wijnberg, Peter Wilkinson

Recorded at The Sound of Amsterdam Recording Studio, Breukelen, NL
Group cover photography by Rinske Wegener
Cover design and puppet photo by Chris Musto
Track 10 ("Passing Strange") co-written by Marty Willson-Piper.

Releases

Notes

Sleeve contains this photo of the band (that's Marty at lower-right):

Band Members Group Photo


 

COMPILATIONS FEATURING TRACKS BY THE SAINTS

THE COOLEST SONGS IN THE WORLD VOL. 5 (2008)

The Coolest Songs In The World Vol. 5 Cover

Tracks

  1. Some Other Guy (2:31) - The Hentchmen
  2. Nothing Terribly New (2:59) - The Hellacopters
  3. Hot Girls In Good Moods (2:40) - Butch Walker And The Lets Go Out Tonites!
  4. Because I'm Awesome (3:20) - The Dollyrots
  5. If It Takes A Lifetime (3:44) - Cheap Trick
  6. If I Ain't Got You (2:18) - The Len Price 3
  7. Pull Shapes (2:24) - The Pipettes
  8. Almost Summer (2:37) - The Apers
  9. Why Do They Know (3:04) - The Satelliters
  10. Code Fun (2:11) - Black Tie Revue
  11. Ain't So Cool (2:04) - Hell On Heels
  12. Baby Du Jour (3:07) - Roy Loney & The Longshots
  13. Hands (3:57) - The Raconteurs
  14. What Would Joan Jett Do? (2:36) - The Launderettes
  15. Porno Movies (3:08) - The Saints
  16. 25 Hours A Day (2:41) - Jimmy Jukebox

Releases

Notes

Includes this write-up on The Saints:

Since the Saints started the Australian punk revolution in the 70's (along with Radio Birdman) they've gone through a lot of changes, but Chris Bailey remains alive and well and still doing cool things. Like this from the recently released "Nothing's Straight In My House." (Note to Chris - Even though you're making it work, please don't get too comfortable as a three piece.) We must be careful not to take our legends for granted, especially when they continue to make great records like this.