Screw Loose by Screw Loose, released 05 May 2017 1. Intro 2. Waste 3. Bleak Future 4. Shallow Mind 5. Too Close 6. FT. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Band's List Rock The Pretenders Loose Screw. Band Name The Pretenders. Album Name Loose Screw. Released date 12 November 2002. Labels Eagle Rock Entertainment Musicrama Artemis Records. Members owning this album3.
The Pretenders' eighth studio album, Loose Screw, is their first on an independent label after 20 years with Warner, but the switch hasn't made any difference in the group's style. It may have seemed to listeners that later albums softened the band's mainstream rock sound in an attempt to restore commerciality, especially when professional songwriters Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly began writing with group leader Chrissie Hynde. Some of that criticism is self-directed, notably on "Complex Person" and "I Should Of," two appealing songs and could-be-hits, that is, if Hynde didn't deliberately drop an expletive into the lyrics of each.
Definition of screw loose in the Idioms Dictionary. What does screw loose expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. That guy on the corner must have a screw loose or something, because he's been standing out there yelling obscenities at passersby all morning. and have a loose screw; have got a screw loose. Inf. Fig. to be silly or eccentric. He's sort of strange. I think he's got a loose screw. Yes, he has a screw loose somewhere. He wears a heavy jacket in the middle of summer.
Pretenders – Loose Screw. Label: Salvo Sound & Vision – SALVOSVX014. Format: CD, Album, Reissue DVD, DVD-Video, Album, Reissue. DVD recorded live at the Wiltern Theatre, February 2003. The CD-album was originally released in US only on November 12, 2002. Matrix, Runout (CD): SALVOSVX014/A, 059356. Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI LD11. Mould SID Code: IFPI 5075. Matrix, Runout (DVD): SALVOSVX014/B LAYER 1, 0594512, DVD9.
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