"A Girl Named Yes" compiled a buttload of Prisonshake's '80s output onto one convenient LP for the Aussie crowd, basically serving as a companion to the Scat-released 4 x 7" and "I'm Really Fucked Now" 'box' sets, which is where most of the tracks here were taken from. This is about as close to a Prisonshake 'greatest hits' LP as you're gonna get, and a pretty hefty thing to own in its own right even if you already have all the singles (as I do), because you can just drop the needle on Side A and let track after track of solid rokke action steamroll by you. I'm obviously repeating myself with the majority of the rips here, but it's not like any of you have been paying attention since the beginning anyway, so here's your chance to grab some of these tracks again. "Ask The Bartender" is the one not-really-found-anywhere-else song on here, presuming I'm not forgetting something, and it ranks in the top half as far as the Prisonshake catalog goes -- not quite a "Ron Kinda World" but at least a "Someone Else's Car", if you get what I'm saying. "Fall Right Down" and "She Talks Trouble" are two gems from the "120 Days" EP (you'll note that the crummy compressed cymbal sound carried over from the 7" to the LP), while "Deanna" is simply one of the best American rock singles sides you could possibly own in my opinion, even if you'll never own the one with all the poker chips in it. The blistering "Elijah" -- a song about waiting for a 'friend' to bring some 'stuff' -- is a beast, and one that practically by itself made "Hotel Cleveland" a compilation worth owning. Listening to these five tracks in a row also serves to remind you that Prisonshake certainly had one hell of a drummer.
"Ask The Bartender"
"She Talks Trouble (Ginn Slips In version)"
"Fall Right Down"