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  • CD (18 novembre 2008)
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  • Label: Alive
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THE NERVES One Way Ticket (2008 US exclusive 20-track remastered CD album - at long last the legendary Nerves finally get an official non-bootleg career retrospective longplayer! Comprised of all available high quality recordings from 1976-1979 this set demonstrates just how important the group were taking up the power pop reins from Big Star The Raspberries and Flamin Groovies. Formed in 1975 by guitarist Jack Lee bassist Peter Case and drummer Paul Collins the Nervesare one of the most influential garage/punk pop outfits to come out of the mid-70s LA scene and certainly one of the least documented... until now. Mostly remembered for their classic Hanging On The Telephone a Jack Lee composition which has been covered over the years by a myriad of artists the Nerves were above all a high energy rocknroll band with all three members composing and singing. Playing fast ear-catching garage pop songs sometimes wearing matching suits the trio had more than a bit of the stripped down street energy of LAs early punk movement. Includes their 1976 self-released EP alongside rare live and demo recordings [2 of which are exclusive to this format] plus material from associated bands The Plimsouls and Breakaways presented in digipak sleeve with rare photos and liner notes from Peter Case)


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Si je devais conseiller deux ou trois groupes de Power Pop à quelqu'un qui voudrait s'y mettre pour lui donner envi, il y aurait certainement les Nerves, the Beat, et les Flamin Groovies (shake some action).

Les Nerves c'est peut être une des plus grandes injustices de l'histoire de la musique, un trio composé de trois fortes personnalités: Paul Collins, Peter Case, et Jack Lee. Si ce dernier signe tous les titres des Nerves, les deux autres démontreront de leur habilité dans le domaine dans leurs groupes suivants, à savoir the Beat (pour Collins) et les Plimsouls (pour Case).

Musicalement les Nerves empruntent plus aux Beatles et aux Zombies (les mélodies, les harmonies) passés à la moulinette punk qu'aux premières formations dites power pop comme Big Star ou Badfinger. Le son est sec et sans fioritures, pas de fantaisies dans la production si ce n'est un peu d'écho sur la batterie. Le style est plus épuré que les Knack, plus marqué par les sixties que les Romantics, moins moderne dans les arrangements que les 20/20. Cette simplicité et spontanéité associées à l'excellent songwritting font la force des Nerves et les placent au dessus de la masse.

Le soucis des Nerves il est simple, ils n'ont sorti qu'un EP 4 titres avant de splitter pour de bon et s'en aller vers d'autres super aventures. On a beau le retourner dans tous les sens, même avec des inédits, ça reste léger, et c'est précisément le défaut de ce disque: 4 titres à tomber par terre (dont les géniaux "hanging on the telephone" et "when you find out"), un simple qui aurait du sortir sur bomp!
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Bon je ne vais pas répéter ce qu'a très bien dit Leks et auquel je souscris totalement, mais pour avoir récemment vu le Paul Collins Beat en concert dans l'hexagone (excellent concert d'ailleurs !), il est bon de se souvenir que les Nerves furent les pionniers (avec les Flamin Groovies) de ce nouveau genre que l'on n'appelait pas encore Power Pop, savant mélange de mélodie pop et d'énergie punk, et que sans eux pas de Beat, pas de Plimsouls, pas de Blondie, pas de Hoodoo Gurus et pas de Dogs...

Il est juste dommage que les Nerves n'aient pas plus enregistré et que sur les 20 titres proposés sur cette compil seulement 9 soient réellement écoutables. Les quatre démos ne sont pas au niveau et les sept titres live, enregistrés avec un simple magnéto, sont juste inécoutables. Les autres par contre ...

Si vous n'avez jamais entendu parler des Nerves, il y a des chances en revanche que vous connaissiez plusieurs de leurs titres "hanging on téléphone" ou "Will anything happens", popularisés en son temps par la belle Debbie Harry....
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HASH(0x9ecc779c) étoiles sur 5 They had the knack..... before the knack! 27 février 2009
Par J. McDonald - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Paul Collins, Jack Lee, and Peter Case formed the Nerves in 1975. If only they had managed to stay together until '79 or '80, they could have given the Knack and the Romantics a bit of friendly competition.

Unfortunately, the Nerves disbanded in 1978. Case and Collins briefly formed "The Breakaways", recorded the song "One Way Ticket", and then decided to call it quits once again. Collins went on to form "The Beat", Case went on to form "The Plimsouls", and Jack Lee went solo.

Even though all of the above mentioned groups have a very cool Power Pop legacy, one cannot help but wonder of the impact these three talented individuals could have had on the mainstream music scene, had they only held it together for a few more years!

Back in 1992, a label called "revenge" in France, released a CD called "That's Totally Pop", which featured every track by the Nerves, every track from Jack Lee's solo album, and the Plimsouls original EP. 29 tracks in all. A great compilation to be sure, but good luck finding it!

While this CD is a bit shorter on material than "That's Totally Pop", it's certainly worth buying! 34 years later, the Nerves FINALLY have a full CD all their own!

If you're a fan of The Knack, Romantics, Beatles, Kinks, and other such legendary rock and power pop groups, you really owe it to yourself to buy this CD! A lot of groups failed to "hit" because they didn't have the material. For the Nerves, it was simply a case of "the right thing, at the wrong time". Trust me, you'll LOVE this CD!

I'm amazed that this is finally available!
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HASH(0x9d2a5c6c) étoiles sur 5 Essential Rock & Roll finally available on CD! 1 décembre 2008
Par L. Hansen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Wow, I never thought this release would see the light of day. I discovered the Nerves by working backwards from the Plimsouls and the Beat, but for years their music was pretty much impossible to find. In fact, the only Nerves songs I had before I got this CD were "Hanging on the Telephone" and "When You Find Out" from the Rhino DIY American Power Pop compilation (which is itself out of print). I am trying to get across what a treasure trove of undiscovered gems this release is.

While I love power pop, I do not feel the label applies all that well to the Nerves, at least not in the way that it does to the Raspberries or the Rubinoos. This is straight up rock and roll. It's just three guys playing their instruments and singing, with a youthful energy, a sense of urgency, and an exuberance that makes the music timeless. The songs are fast and never get boring (most clock in at around two minutes). Did I mention the songs themselves are top notch and catchy as hell? I guarantee that you'll find yourself singing along and tapping your hands on the steering wheel, arm rest, or whatever is handy. The sound quality of the live recordings (8 out of the 20 tracks) on the disc isn't too good, but it is fortunate that we have the music at all. My top picks are of course "Hanging on the Telephone" (still better than Blondie's cover), "When You Find Out", "Paper Dolls", "One Way Ticket", and "Walking Out on Love."

In short, if you are a fan of fine songcraft, rough & ragged rock & roll, or good music in general, this CD is essential. It's not like you're going to find these songs anywhere else!
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HASH(0x9d2a775c) étoiles sur 5 The Nerves complete studio recordings on CD including the EP digitally remastered thanks to Alive Records and Paul Collins 21 novembre 2009
Par A. Klatt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Paul Collins accidentally discovered the original master tapes for The Nerves while digging through boxes in his climatized garage. Collins immediately called Peter Case and Jack Lee, who both agreed that The Nerves should be given the official treatment and released to CD. This collection includes the entire studio recordings of The Nerves and each track has been painstakingly digitally re-mastered for the best possible sound.

The Nerves formed in 1974 and disbanded in 1977. The Nerves were a DIY band and funded their own tours and recordings, without any record deals. Selling albums to record stores in the U.S. and Canada and from the back of their van, The Nerves managed to leave a lasting impression on the music world. Paul Collins managed the band and booked their shows. Paul, Peter and Jack opened their own club in Hollywood, showcasing their own concerts from the latest and greatest punk and indie bands during the late 1970s. The Nerves' best known song Hanging On The Telephone, has been covered by Cat Power, Def Leppard and Blondie, who instantly heard the The Nerves EP and were impressed. This CD includes The Nerves 4 song EP in its entirety, in addition to 16 additional tracks that would have comprised future albums, had The Nerves stayed together.

When The Nerves broke up, Paul Collins formed The Beat and The Breakaways with Peter Case, who would later form The Plimsouls and eventually win a Grammy award for his solo material. Jack Lee pursued a solo career and wrote songs for artists such as UK singer Paul Young. The Paul Collins Beat and The Plimsouls would both be featured on early MTV, but The Nerves would carry their legendary status from indie rock fans, hipsters, record collectors and word of mouth.
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HASH(0x9d2a7c84) étoiles sur 5 More Studio Sides Would Have Been Nice 11 janvier 2011
Par S. Mayer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The Nerves in both their studio and live glory. This was a group with three terrific songwriters. Unfortunately, there are only eight short studio songs. In my humble opinion, Jack Lee had the potential to be the best of the lot, though in the end it was Peter Case who took honors in that department.
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HASH(0x9d2a74a4) étoiles sur 5 The headwaters of mid-70s power pop 28 février 2009
Par hyperbolium - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Nerves - Peter Case, Paul Collins and Jack Lee - issued only one 4-song EP during their three year tenure, but that 1976 7" flew brilliantly in the face of then-dominant arena rock as well as the back-to-basics punk paradigm trailing in the Ramones' wake. The Nerves mixed the pop melodics of the Beatles, Big Star, Raspberries and Rubinoos with the emerging DIY aesthetic to create music that had garage-rock intensity layered with the craft of AM-radio hooks. The EP served as a template for all three members' subsequent solo careers, and drew a rock `n' roll path that paralleled New Wave pop without surrendering to its badly aging musical affectations.

The EP was self-financed and thinly distributed, making it a collector's item even at the time of its mid-70s issue. Two of its tracks, Lee's "Hanging on the Telephone" and Case's "When You Find Out" turned up on Rhino's D.I.Y: Come Out and Play - American Power Pop I (1975-1978), and the previously unreleased "One Way Ticket" was included in the box set Children of Nuggets in 2005. The entire 4-song EP, along with the Plimsoul's Zero Hour, and Jack Lee's Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 turned up on the 1992 grey-market French CD That's Totally Pop, but as Peter Case explains in this set's liner notes, this is the Nerve's first official full-length release. Included are the original four songs, two by Jack Lee, one by Case and one by Collins, augmented by a pair of tracks (Peter Case's "One Way Ticket" and Jack Lee's "Paper Dolls") that were meant to be the EP's follow-up on Greg Shaw's Bomp label.

Paul Collins' "Walking Out on Love," which he later re-recorded with The Beat, is heard here in a frantic post-Nerves/pre-Beat version by Collins, Case and a pick-up guitarist. Case's "Thing of the Past," written for the Nerves, is performed live by an early version of the Plimsouls, and Jack Lee's immediate post-Nerves sound is documented with the rockabilly-punk "It's Hot Outside." A rough demo of the Case-Collins "Many Roads to Follow" is sung to strummed acoustic guitars, combining the power of the British Invasion and Everly-styled harmonies. Demos of the group's live staples "Are You Famous?" and "Letter to G." show Jack Lee also had no shortage of fine material.

Also included are eight tracks recorded live on the group's 1977 cross-country tour. The sound is listenable bootleg quality, which is better for getting a sense of the Nerves' energy than a truly satisfying listening experience. No matter, the original EP is worth the CD's full price, and the post-EP and post-Nerves tracks are great bonuses. Case moved on to form the Plimsouls, recording the brilliant debut Zero Hour and two immediate follow-up LPs; Collins formed The Beat, carrying on the Nerves pop-rock sound with the group's eponymous debut; Lee unexpectedly found commercial success when Blondie covered the Nerves' "Hanging on the Telephone," and subsequently released a pair of albums in the 1980s. But it all started here - and all lovers of power pop should snap this up while it's available! [©2009 hyperbolium dot com]
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