100% Pure Frankie Miller

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100% Pure Frankie Miller
A polaroid of a young woman with shoulder-length blonde hair wearing red lipstick and a long-sleeved sweater with a picture of birds in the sky. Her face is cut off by the frame above the nose and "T. S." and "1989" are written on the white polaroid frame with black marker.
Studio album by Spike
Released 8 September 2014
Genre Hard rock
Label Cargo
Spike chronology
So-Called Friends
100% Pure Frankie Miller
Singles from 100% Pure Frankie Miller
  1. "Cocaine"
    Released: 1 September 2014

100% Pure Frankie Miller is the fourth studio album by English musician Spike, and a tribute album to Scottish singer-songwriter Frankie Miller. It was released on 8 September 2014 by Cargo Records. The lead single from the album, "Cocaine", was released on 1 September 2014.[1]

Release and promotion[edit]

100% Pure Frankie Miller is a tribute album to the Scottish singer-songwriter of the same name. The album includes tracks (discounting "Bottle of Whiskey") written by Miller that were previously unreleased.[2]

Critical response[edit]

Louella Deville of PlanetMosh gave the album five out of five stars, describing it as "a stunning tribute to keep Frankie’s music alive." She drew vocal comparisons between Spike and Rod Stewart, saying "if I hadn't known it was Spike I may have thought Rod was collaborating with them." She also noted Spike's duet with Bonnie Tyler, describing her voice as the female equivalent of Spike's. "It’s difficult to tell in places which was Spike singing and which was Bonnie. I doubt even Spike’s own mother could tell them apart!"[2]

Track listing[edit]

100% Pure Frankie Miller — Standard edition[3]
1."The Brooklyn Bridge"3:55
3."I'm Losing You"4:12
4."Intensive Care"3:39
5."Fortune" (with Bonnie Tyler)3:45
6."Amsterdam Woman"3:02
7."Other Side of Town"4:09
8."Cheap Hotel"3:27
9."Cold, Cold Nights"2:41
10."Did You Ever Wanna Go Home"3:33
11."Keepin' It All for You"4:03
12."Bottle of Whiskey"3:32

Release history[edit]

Country Date Edition Format(s) Label
United Kingdom[3][4] 8 September 2014 Standard Cargo Records


  1. ^ "Cocaine by Spike". iTunes Store. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Deville, Louella (11 August 2014). "Spike – 100% Pure Frankie Miller". PlanetMosh. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "100% Pure Frankie Miller by Spike". iTunes Store. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  4. ^ "Spike '100% Pure Frankie Miller'". Cargo Records. Retrieved 19 August 2014.