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Redd Kross / Vertical Scratchers / East River Pipe / Reigning Sound - Leave It Where You Found It / Jackie's Favorite / Did The Bank Boys Fool Ya? / Falling Rain (Acoustic) flac album

Redd Kross / Vertical Scratchers / East River Pipe / Reigning Sound - Leave It Where You Found It / Jackie's Favorite / Did The Bank Boys Fool Ya? / Falling Rain (Acoustic) flac album

MP3 1763 mb. | FLAC 1451 mb. | WMA 1392 mb.

Performer: Redd Kross
Title: Leave It Where You Found It / Jackie's Favorite / Did The Bank Boys Fool Ya? / Falling Rain (Acoustic)
Released: 2014
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: VQF AC3 RA XM AIFF AHX MP3

Falling Rain (Acoustic). Label: Merge Records ‎– MRG507, Merge Records ‎– MRG508. Leave It Where You Found It. Written-By – J. McDonald.

Bass – Jonathan HischkeDrums – Christian Beaulieu Mastered By – Jason WardRecorded By – Manny NietoWritten-By, Mixed By, Guitar, Vocals – John Schmersal. Did The Bank Boys Fool Ya? Written-By, Noises – . Falling Rain (Acoustic). Written-By – Greg Cartwright.

Falling Rain (Acoustic). over 4 years ago. 제출됨 Left & Right - Five Year Plan.

Redd Kross is an American alternative rock band from Hawthorne, California, who had their roots in 1978 in a punk rock band called the Tourists, which was started by brothers Jeff and Steve McDonald while they were still in middle school. With the addition of friends Greg Hetson and John Stielow on drums, the band's first gig was opening for Black Flag

Falling for Ya Lyrics. The day started ordinary Boys walking by (ooo ooo) It was the same old story Too fresh or too shy (ooo ooo). I’m not the kind to fall for a guy Who flashes a smile (It goes on for miles) Don’t usually swoon But I’m over the moon (Cause he was just too cool for school)

Falling Rain carries the evocative mix of conversation and myth that powers Blonde On Blonde, Cartwright’s crisp tenor and equally crisp storytelling ( You like a car when it’s going somewhere, Past the other side of trouble, Where only me and the devil know your name ) unfolding like a time-worn map beneath more of that spectral organ and ivy-vines of. spangling guitar. If You Gotta Leave indulges in the hang-dog country-rock of Gram Parsons, riding more Hammond and autumnal acoustic guitar for a narrative about heartbreak and hard-won hope. That’s a particularly elemental sort of American FM poetry, and it’s harder than it looks. That Reigning Sound so consistently, joyously manage that sort of pop-humanist splendour is a wonder to behold.

Did you hear the sound of the freight train The same one that you rode on out of town Well it whistled and (??) through the nighttime Like the blues that surely got me down. Peter Bengtsson 28 June 2019 Reply. My song is really slow and there is a part where it says don't promise meeee. High note speakin) to the waterrrrrrrr.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Redd Kross Leave It Where You Found It
Written-By – J. McDonald*
B Vertical Scratchers Jackie's Favorite
Written-By – J. Schmersal*
C East River Pipe Did The Bank Boys Fool Ya?
Written-By – F.M. Cornog
D Reigning Sound Falling Rain (Acoustic)
Written-By – G. Cartwright*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Merge Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Merge Records

Notes

Packaged in a brown paper bag sealed with a "Or Thousands Of Prizes" series sticker, dated for Jul/Aug.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 99942 1A MRG 507
  • Matrix / Runout: 99942 1B MRG 507
  • Matrix / Runout: 99941 1A MRG 508
  • Matrix / Runout: 99941 1B MRG 508