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Dead Parts - Street Eaters - Blood::Muscles::Bones (Vinyl, LP)

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8 comments on Dead Parts - Street Eaters - Blood::Muscles::Bones (Vinyl, LP)

  1. May 18,  · JC – I think this is the LP version of Tears and not the Neutron 7″. On the LP version the instrumental break is that synthesised harpsichord sound. On the 7″ they featured a bongo solo – yes, a bongo solo. I had forgotten the original until it turned up on deluxe edition of Lexicon in , when I bought the damn thing for a third time.
  2. Charles Bradley Featuring The Sounds Of Menahan Street Band - No Time For Dreaming (LP, Album, RE) Label: Dunham, Daptone Records Nervous Eaters - Eaterville #1 (LP, Comp, Gat) Label: Penniman Records Spare Parts (LP, Album, Red) Label: Get Hip Recordings.
  3. May 23,  · MOMUSMCCLYMONT II appeared in , followed in by the triple-LP Turpsycore and Japanese folk-inspired Glyptothek. Arriving in , Scobberlotchers saw Momus taking on Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, while ’s Pillycock was influenced, in part, by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini ‘s Trilogy of Life films (Arabian.
  4. BLOOD::MUSCLES::BONES by Street Eaters, released 17 June 1. Reverse 2. Null 3. Blood::Muscles::Bones 4. Dead Parts 5. Tailings 6. Empty Rooms 7. West 8. Running Dog 9. Waxwing Comets BLOOD::MUSCLES::BONES is STREET EATERS' second full length, released June 17th "[Street Eaters] channel the raw approach to rock 'n' roll once taken by '70s and .
  5. Jul 21,  · Video for the song "Empty Rooms" off the new Street Eaters album "Blood::Muscles::Bones" on Nervous Intent Records (US), Contraszt! Records (Europe) - more i.
  6. Hot Pants, an Album by James Brown. Released in August on Polydor (catalog no. PD; Vinyl LP). Genres: Funk. Featured peformers: James Brown (vocals, organ, writer, arranger, producer), Fred Wesley (trombone), Trans Am (guitar), Hearlon "Cheese" Martin (guitar), Bobby Byrd (vocals), Jimmy Parker (alto saxophone), St. Clair Pinckney (tenor saxophone), Fred Thomas (bass), John Starks.
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  8. Street Eaters, Blood::Muscles::Bones – Say what you will about the South of Market San Francisco fuzz sound of Ty Segall and Thee Oh-Sees, I prefer another Bay Area locale. This honest punk duo from the Emeryville Gilman Street scene in the East Bay is tighter, more vibrant, with more integrity than any band across the Bay Bridge.

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