Rigor Mortis Sets In is the third solo album by John Entwistle, who was the bassist for The Who. Distributed by Track Records, the album was named John Entwistle's Rigor Mortis Sets In in the . Co-produced by Entwistle and John Alcock, it consists of three Fifties rock and roll covers, a new version of the Entwistle song "My Wife" from The Who's album Who's Next, and new tracks (only six of the ten songs were new).
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Rigor Mortis Sets In. Rigor Mortis Sets In Tracklist. 1. Gimme That Rock N Roll Lyrics. 2. Mr. Bass Man Lyrics. 5. Made In Japan Lyrics. 7. Roller Skate Kate Lyrics. 8. Peg Leg Peggy Lyrics.
Rigor mortis (Latin: rigor "stiffness", mortis "of death"), or postmortem rigidity, is the third stage of death. It is one of the recognizable signs of death, characterized by stiffening of the limbs of the corpse caused by chemical changes in the muscles postmortem. In humans, rigor mortis can occur as soon as four hours after death. After death, respiration in an organism ceases, depleting the source of oxygen used in the making of adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
The cover art for Rigor Mortis Sets In presents a grave for rock & roll with a tombstone that proclaims that it "didn't die, it just ran out of time. Ironically, the same could be said for this album: after establishing a singular voice on Smash Your Head Against the Wall and Whistle Rymes, John Entwistle's burgeoning solo career took a surprising nosedive with this misjudged collection of halfhearted covers and schlocky retro-rock originals. The best of the originals doesn't fit in with the album's theme, ironically enough: "Made in Japan" is a tight little mid-tempo pop tune featuring a witty lyric where Entwistle bemoans how few things are actually made in his home country. However, even this tune pales in comparison to the highlights of his previous solo work. Ultimately, Rigor Mortis Sets In is a professional enough affair to please Entwistle's hardcore fans, but it will mostly likely leave the casual listener cold.
Rigor Mortis Sets In is the third solo album by John Entwistle, who was the bassist for The Who. Co-produced by Entwistle and John Alcock, it consists of three classic Fifties rock and roll covers, a new version of the Entwistle song "My Wife" from The Who's classic album Who's Next, and new tracks (only six of the ten songs. Made in Japan (Live at Parco Capello) is the first live album by Italian rock group Elio e le Storie Tese. It shows a reference to the famous Deep Purple live album Made in Japan both in its title and graphics.