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Desperate Measures
Desperate Measures
Released: November 10, 2009
Recorded: Early to mid 2009
Length: 44:52
Label: A&M/Octone
Producers: Danny Lohner, Deuce
Billboard: 29
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Desperate Measures is a live album released by Hollywood Undead on November 10, 2009. The album includes three new songs, three cover songs, a remix of Everywhere I Go, and six live versions of previously released tracks from a concert in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is also packaged with a 60-minute DVD of live performances. The album debuted at #29 on the Billboard 200, #10 on the Top Rock Albums chart, and #15 on the Top Digital Albums chart. 

Tracklisting

No. Title Length
1. Dove and Grenade 2:54
2. Tear It Up 3:14
3. Shout at the Devil 3:20
4. Immigrant Song 2:40
5. Bad Town 2:44
6. El Urgencia 3:44
7. Everywhere I Go (Castle Renholdër Remix) 3:30
8. Undead (Live) 4:48
9. Sell Your Soul (Live) 3:23
10. California (Live) 3:20
11. Black Dahlia (Live) 3:55
12. Everywhere I Go (Live) 3:44
13. No. 5 (Live) 3:29

Bonus tracks

No. Title Length
1. City (Live) 3:34
2. Bottle and a Gun (Live) 4:54

Desperate Measures: DVD

No. Title Length
1. Intro/Undead 4:25
2. Bottle and a Gun (Live) 4:54
3. Faking the Folk
4. Bottle and a Gun 3:22
5. What's in a Name
6. California 3:16
7. First Time
8. No Other Place 3:16
9. City 3:33
10. Favorite
11. Paradise Lost 3:10
12. Black Dahlia 3:45
13. Young 3:16
14. I Think I Just Puked My Soul Out
15. Everywhere I Go 3:30
16. Lovin' Da Kurlzz
17. No. 5 3:05

Personnel

Hollywood Undead
Additional musicians
Production

Trivia

  • Tear It Up was originally recorded for Hollywood Undead featuring unclean vocals from Shady Jeff.
    • It was re-recorded for this album, replacing Jeff's vocals with J-Dog's.
  • Immigrant Song is a cover of the Led Zeppelin song of the same name.
  • Bad Town is a cover of the Operation Ivy song of the same name.
  • Shout at the Devil is a cover of the Mötley Crüe song of the same name.
  • Taking all of the previous trivia into account, El Urgencia and Dove and Grenade are the only original song featured on the album.
  • This is the last album that Deuce was a part of before his falling out with the band.

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