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You Better - The Defectors - Bruised And Satisfied (CD, Album)

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  • Taut
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    Are You Satisfied?, an Album by Slaves. Released 1 June on Virgin EMI (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Garage Punk, Punk Rock.
  • Sagore
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    Be sure to catch them if you care, too Fact file: The Defectors formed in and found a stable form as a quintet in late The debut album, "Let Me" was released in , followed by "Baby Gimme Love" in and the most recent studio album, "Turn Me On" in "Bruised And Satisfied" () LP: AFROLP, CD: AFROCD
  • Dujind
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    Jan 25,  · Are You Satisfied? · MARINA The Family Jewels ℗ Recordings Ltd. Violin: Alison Dods Mixing Engineer: Ash Howes Keyboards, Producer, Programmer: Ash Howes Violin: Calina De La Mere Cello: Chris Allan Assistant Engineer: Dougal Lott Mastering Engineer: Guy Davie Bass Guitar: Liam Howe Mellotron, Producer, Programmer, Synthesizer: Liam.
  • Vudokinos
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    Bruised and Satisfied is the 4th The Defectors album and their bitching brew of slamming Farfisa drenched graveyard garage punk never sounded meaner or better for that matter. Bruised and Satisfied is recorded in The Defectors own studio Cairo Hi-Fi in their hometown Aarhus. In the fall of the renowned Danish producer Carsten Heller set up his special microphones and recorded what became a very different rock album. Bruised and Satisfied .
  • Kazikasa
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    Most of the tracks are more in a heavy and fast Rock´n´Roll style and the rough vocals from singer and guitarist Matt Whitehead underlines the dirty beer-drenched rock of THROTTLEROD. If you like bands like SIXTY WATT SHAMAN or ALABAMA THUNDER PUSSY than you´ll like this album. The label is UNDERDOGMA and visit the THROTTLEROD website. (KK).
  • Gardagis
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bruised and Satisfied - The Defectors on AllMusic -
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    Jun 29,  · But you might not be aware that hidden in the background of the song is a mysterious ghost guitar solo. In this episode of You Can't Unhear This, we dissect the song and explore its complicated.
  • Moogunos
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    Apr 07,  · If you don’t like those, you’re not gonna like John. If you DO like those, the 2-CD best of Great Days is just wall to wall bangers; with those 3 albums I think most non-fanatics would be well satisfied. But if you get the bug, I’d move on with Sweet Revenge, Bruised Orange, and maybe Lost Dogs although he doesn’t really have a bad album.
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