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The Wildhearts Ranked

I've been binge listening to these guys recently and can't believe they were never huge. So I've decided to rank them because no-one else has yet Obviously, list is subjective, so if you don't agree, give a reason and we can have an intellectual conversation about it
1The Wildhearts
Earth vs. The Wildhearts

Without a doubt their best album, so many classic songs
Best Songs: Everlone, Caffeine Bomb, Welcome From Shitsville, My Baby Is A Headfuck
2The Wildhearts

Pronounced "Fuck", not "Fuck You" incase you were wondering
An excellent follow up album to their debut, but doesn't seem to surpass it
Best Songs: Just In Lust, I Wanna Go Where The People Go, V-Day
3The Wildhearts

Generally, this and 4 are interchangable, but for now, I feel like this is the better of the two
Best Songs: Plastic Jebus, The Jackson Whites, You Are Proof Not All Women are Insane
4The Wildhearts
The Wildhearts

So yeah, this and Chutzpah are interchangable, both are a fantastic return to form
Best Songs: Bi-Polar Baby, Rooting For The Bad Guy
5 The Wildhearts

Technically an EP, but it's been re-released so many times with more and more tracks that it's basically and album now
Best Songs: 29x The Pain, Sick Of Drugs
6The Wildhearts
The Wildhearts Must Be Destroyed

A decent album, can't really say too much about it, it's much better than the next album though
7The Wildhearts
Endless Nameless

Best Songs (I guess): Anthem, Pump It Up (Japanese Bonus Track)
8 fuck
I forgot how many albums they had
9 Please
ignore this stuff
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