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Your Brains Aint Right - Jabronis - On The Ropes (CD, Album)

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  1. "Re: Your Brains" is a song on Jonathan Coulton's fifth album, Thing a Week Two. It is one of Jonathan's most recognizable and best known songs, a concert staple and an identifier of his place in the geek rock genre. History "Re: Your Brains" was released as .
  2. Apr 06,  · Psychobilly album released in by Stomp Records. 1 Thirty Days 2 Turn Around 3 Dead To Me (Feat. Sarah Sin Of The Creepshow) 4 Gone 5 .
  3. Bad Brains broke up for the first time after the release of this album. I Against I. Label: SST Records; Formats: CD, Vinyl LP, Cassette; First release on SST Records. Regarded as the highest selling album in the band's catalogue, I Against I is a critically acclaimed album of American hardcore punk mixed with funk, soul, and heavy metal.
  4. The Brains is the debut album by The Brains. It was released in and contains the original recording of "Money Changes Everything", which, when released three years later, became a substantial hit single for pop singer Cyndi Lauper Track listing. All songs written by Tom Gray except where noted. "Treason" (Rick Price)
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 26 Vinyl release of The Brains on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SRM ,Mercury - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album 26 • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Power Pop, Pop Rock/5(24).
  6. This Georgia-based quartet's story is depressingly familiar enough. After scoring with the sassy cynicism of its indie single, Money Changes Everything, the Brains signed to Mercury for an uncompromising debut album that sank without a trace, for reasons not too hard to fathom.
  7. The four brothers: Joey, Angelo, Tony, and Rock'N'Roll Hall Of Shame drummer GG Jabroni all bear an uncanny resemblance to current or former members of The Anxieties, a fellow Portland punk band The boys self-released their debut song CD - On The Ropes in May of and keep churning out the pinheaded hits.
  8. Sep 15,  · Holy shit. Literally. So I heard this thing was bad, like properly bad. Like, worst I've ever heard bad. And, being a casual fan of Lil Dicky (and one of the few Lil Dicky listeners back in the day who thought that one day, ONE DAY, he will produce an album that would make people say 'hey, Lil Dicky aint THAT bad') I've always been meaning to listen to this.

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