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|2.||"Home Is Where The Hatred Is"|
|3.||"Do The Splurge"|
|4.||"It All Depends On The Amount"|
|5.||"Pull The Plug"|
Milwaukee-born saxophonist turned singer James Chance is best known as a lynchpin of the late '70s New York 'no wave' movement, where he appeared in various influential outfits, including Aural Exciters, Teenage Jesus & The Jerks and, of course, the Contortions. Incorrigible is the first album from Chance and the Contortions for a few years. It builds on the single of the same name released by Rong Music back in 2010. Musically, it's quirky and delightfully entertaining, joining the dots between freaky funk, rhythm and blues, no wave, punk funk and jazz-flecked balladeering. Chance is a great frontman, sounding not unlike a ragged Mick Jagger high on cheap bourbon, strong cigarettes and amphetamines. That's the essence of rock and roll, after all.