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What Doesn't Kill You... (Blue Cheer album)

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What Doesn't Kill You... (Blue Cheer album)

What Doesn't Kill You...
Blue Cheer
Released August 21, 2007
Genre Heavy metal, blues rock, stoner rock
Length 56:30
Label Rainman
Blue Cheer chronology

Dining with the Sharks
What Doesn't Kill You...
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

What Doesn't Kill You... is the tenth and final studio album by American rock band Blue Cheer.[2] It includes a remake of their song "Just a Little Bit" originally from their album, Outsideinside and a cover of classic blues song, "Born Under a Bad Sign." David Fricke has called the album, "a strong studio calling card."[3] The album featured a guest appearance from Pentagram drummer Joe Hasselvander.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Rollin' Dem Bones" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 4:49
  2. "Piece o' the Pie" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 5:06
  3. "Born Under a Bad Sign" (William Bell, Booker T. Jones) – 3:38
  4. "Gypsy Rider" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 4:54
  5. "Young Lions in Paradise" (Dickie Peterson) – 6:49
  6. "I Don't Know About You" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 5:00
  7. "I'm Gonna Get You" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 6:32
  8. "Maladjusted Child" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 5:08
  9. "Just a Little Bit (Redux)" (Dickie Peterson) – 4:01
  10. "No Relief" (MacDonald, Peterson) – 9:31


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