| January 25, 2000|
Entertainment One Music
My Ride's Here
25 January 2000
| Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade|
Warren Zevon albums, Rock music albums
Life'll Kill Ya is the tenth studio album by American singer/songwriter Warren Zevon. The album was released on January 25, 2000, by Artemis Records.
Several of the album's songs deal with the topic of death; for instance, "My Shit's Fucked Up" is a mournful lament on the aging process and the inevitable decay that accompanies it. "Life'll Kill Ya" and "Don't Let Us Get Sick" also have prominent death themes. In 2002, just two years after the album's release, Zevon was diagnosed with mesothelioma, which killed him a year later.
All tracks written by Warren Zevon unless noted.
NoteOn some releases, track #9 is omitted from the rear U-card but appears on the song list in the case booklet.
Warren Zevon – percussion, keyboards, guitar, piccolo, vocals, penny whistle, harmonica; theremin on "Porcelain Monkey"
Jorge Calderón – bass, percussion, vocals
Dennis Collins – vocals on "Fistful of Rain"
Babi Floyd – vocals on "Fistful of Rain"
Curtis King – vocals on "Fistful of Rain"
Chuck Prophet – guitar on "For My Next Trick I'll Need a Volunteer"
Jim Ryan – mandolin on "Ourselves to Know"
Winston Watson – percussion, snare drums
ProductionPaul Q. Kolderie – producer, engineer
Sean Slade – producer, engineer
Greg Calbi – mastering
Michael Krumper – A&R
Warren Zevon – art direction
Jonathan Exley – photography, design
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