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  1. Goltigul Reply

    thirsty’s calling Louise Elliott on sax. The other slow song on the album of the same name. boss shitkicker Loud and ugly and the end of the record. Kind of a song about a hillbilly singer made good. chad’s car This would be a Mt Gambier vibe at work in the .

  2. Kigalabar Reply

    Double Life (the Moodists, Red Flame ) Justice and Money Too (EP on Creation ) Thirstys Calling (the Moodists, Red Flame ) Engine Shudder (the Moodists, Au Go Go / Red Flame ) Gone Dead / Chads Car 7" single AuGoGo Where .

  3. Faer Reply

    THE MOODISTS-these are pretty incomplete. Some of the songs were never released until the live versions on TWO FISTED ART came out. thats frankies negative frankie without frankies trouble took his bottle, took his limp, took his angle, cigarette words from his mouth thats frankies negative frankie without frankies trouble.

  4. Muzil Reply

    Frankie and Johnny written by Terrence McNally. Frankie: That music is nice. Makes me (sighs) think of grace. What do you want to kill yourself about sometimes? Johnny: I want to kill myself sometimes when I think that I'm the only person in the world and that part of me that feels that way is trapped inside this body that only bumps into other bodies without ever connecting to the only.

  5. JoJolmaran Reply

    Oct 29,  · For reasons as much to do with priorities as anything stylistic or aesthetic, pop music doesn’t get featured on very often. But it would be remiss of me not to make some mention of today’s 30th anniversary of one of the most exhilarating debut albums ever made, Frankie Goes To Hollywood‘s Welcome to the Pleasuredome, originally released on 29 October i was 11 at the time, and.

  6. Kajizilkree Reply

    This double CD is a superb showcase of the dark riffing and thudding sound of the Moodists, growling bass, topped by the obscure Eraserhead prose of the singer, Dave Graney. If you like the sounds on this CD check out other equally talented, in a non-FM way, Australian bands of the era like The Scientists, Died Pretty, Laughing Clowns, The 5/5(2).

  7. Taujora Reply

    Double vinyl LP pressing. collection from one record of their time at the top making a brilliant noise. For the casual fan, it might be all the Frankie they ever need, but at the same time it contains plenty that should be of interest to the more dedicated enthusiast.

  8. Samuk Reply

    Apr 30,  · Audio Lineage: 1. Hardware: Vinyl on Technics SL MK2 w/Stanton HP connected to Onkio A amplifier → PC 2. Recording software: Magix Clean Lab → Wave Lab LTE7 to cut the track.

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