BPM Profile The Great Brain Robbery. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Crocketts. We May Be Skinny & Wirey. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Album by The Crocketts. Chicken Vs. Macho (featuring Mary Hopkin). Survival of the Prettiest. A Pity Youth Doesn't Last. MusicBrainz: The Great Brain Robbery.
The Great Brain Robbery is the second and final studio album by British indie rock band The Crocketts. Recorded at Chapel Studios, Monnow Valley Studio and Ridge Farm Studio with producers Charlie Francis and Bird & Bush, the album was released by Blue Dog Records in conjunction with V2 Records on 17 April 2000. Host", "On Something" and "1939 Returning/Chicken vs. Macho" were released as singles in 2000, all of which reached the top 100 on the UK Singles Chart.
Audio CD Crocketts - Great Brain Robbery. The Crocketts - We May Be Skinny & Wirey (1998).
Single by The Crocketts. from the album The Great Brain Robbery. 16 October 2000 (2000-10-16). August 2000 at Britannia Row Studios, London Contents.
The Great Brain Robbery. The distance between Wales and the plains of Midwest America isn't as far as you'd think. The Crocketts might be a small-time country-roc. The world may be a lonely, unhappy place, see, but it provides great inspiration for songs. are, frankly, embarrassing. There’s talent here, but The Crocketts aren’t going to unearth it fumbling round the Midwest. In fact, they might as well be a covers band for the sincerity invested here.
|A2||Mrs Playing Dead||2:43|
|A4||Chicken Vs Macho
Performer [Special Guest Appearance] – Mary Hopkin
|B1||Survival Of The Prettiest||5:00|
|B2||A Pity Youth Doesn't Last||4:09|
|BDG1011812||The Crocketts||The Great Brain Robbery (CD, Album)||Blue Dog, V2||BDG1011812||UK||2000|