Rockpile were another of the superior "They only made 1 album" bands - 1980's "Seconds of Pleasure" - one of that years best Rock and Roll albums. Here they are covering Graham Parker's "Crawling From The Wreckage" with Dave Edmunds singing and yeah it's pretty much perfect.
The were very much like The Faces of their day - buddies before they fell out...... who made good time no BS Rock music that had a dark undercurrent in it ........this song was about drinking too much and crashing your car and doing it AGAIN .......so you get the idea.
Added to to the expanded edition cd of "Seconds of Pleasure".
Not yet added to either of their first 2 fantastic albums (and pacinoyes doesn't really care that much for 3 of their next 4 ) it came out right in the middle of them when they were the band of the moment in 2006-2007. It fits more with album 1 maybe and when that gets a 15 or 20 year reissue well I'd expect to see it appear.
In one of the great runs in all of pop music history - from the Sally Cinnamon single (1987) - One Love (1990) - the Stone Roses could do no wrong tbh. A classic debut album, and several stupendous singles/B-sides mostly captured (except for Sally Cinnamon) on the compilation album Turns Into Stone they were just unfuckwithable really.
The 20th anniversary reissue then slapped ALL of Turns Into Stone onto that classic debut.