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Lies - Violent Femmes - 3 (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Violent Femmes is the unnervingly precocious debut of a Milwaukee trio that not only acts like it just reinvented rock & roll but somehow manages to sound like it as well. It isn't just the band's unlikely instrumentation – electric guitar, acoustic bass and a solitary snare drum–that flies in the face of rock tradition; everything.
  2. 3, an Album by Violent Femmes. Released 10 January on Slash (catalog no. 9 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  3. A comprehensive overview of the Violent Femmes 30+ year career, features 17 of the band's biggest hits including "Blister In The Sun", "Add It Up", "Nightmares" and "American Music". The double LP is being pressed on Coke-bottle clear vinyl and limited to 3, copies/5(45).
  4. Label: Liberation Records - LIB • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock, Indie Rock Violent Femmes - 3 (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(3).
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  6. Violent Femmes is the band's most successful album to date and achieved a rare feat by going gold, four years after its release, and later platinum, without having yet made an appearance on the Billboard album whygopenneymokapotisreparmohe.coinfo album has since went on to sell million copies. In a retrospective write-up for AllMusic, Steve Huey called Violent Femmes "one of the most distinctive records of the.
  7. Violent Femmes' tenth studio album includes a few special touches, like Tom Verlaine of Television on the title track and pro-skater/singer Stefan Janoski on a new version of “I'm Nothing” (from 's New Times).There are also two oddball covers: “I'm Not Gonna Cry” by Greek band Pyx Lax and the Irving Berlin classic “God Bless America,” appropriately as the album closer, and.
  8. Two years after the release of their stripped-down and mellowed-out album 3, the Violent Femmes return with a disjointed and choppy but enjoyable album, Why Do Birds Sing?. This record is probably most famous for its cover of Culture Club's "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?."/5(24).

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