cover of the old Motown corker "Leaving Here" (given a Who-via-Mot?rhead bruising) and the 1991 rap-metal prank "Dirty Frank," honoring a Pearl Jam tour-bus driver. There is plenty of heavy here, and much of it should have been on long player earlier, such as the No Code
-era rocket "All Night" and the 1993 B side "Alone," a crushing chunk of metal from back when grunge was not a dirty word. But the real surprise is the deep library of great ballads here: the wintry sadness of "Strangest Tribe"; the Hendrix-ian glow of "Yellow Ledbetter." In fact, for an album of odds 'n' sods, Lost Dogs
sure sounds a lot like a pack of hits.