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Slug Line Studio album by John Hiatt Released January, 1979 Genre Rock Length 38:22 Label MCA Producer Denny Bruce Professional reviews Allmusic link Robert Christgau (B+) link John Hiatt chronology Overcoats (1975) Slug Line (1979) Two Bit Monsters (1980) Alternative cover Album cover from Slug Line/Two Bit Monsters combo CD Slug Line was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's third album, released in 1979, after four years without a record deal. It was his first of two albums with MCA Records. Track listing All tracks written by John Hiatt, except where noted "You Used To Kiss The Girls" – 2:36 "The Negroes Were Dancing" – 2:46 "Slug Line" – 3:02 "Madonna Road" – 4:23 (Hiatt, Jim Wismar) "(No More) Dancin' In The Street" – 2:22 "Long Night" – 5:18 "The Night That Kenny Died" – 2:37 "Radio Girl" – 2:57 "You're My Love Interest" – 3:19 "Take Off Your Uniform" – 4:08 "Sharon's Got A Drugstore" – 2:12 "Washable Ink" – 3:15 Personnel John Hiatt - guitar, vocals Jon Paris - bass guitar Doug Yankus - guitar Veyler Hildebrand - bass Etan McElroy - piano, background vocals B.J. Wilson - drums Gerry Conway - drums Bruce Gary - drums Etan McElroy - drums Todd Cochrane - piano, organ This 1970s rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e