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Kill The Superheroes - Swervedriver - Raise (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Oct 06,  · (Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Shoegaze) Swervedriver - Дискография ( - , 48 релизов), MP3 (tracks), - kBit/s.
  2. Jan 26,  · That band was Swervedriver. That album was Raise. Swervedriver’s roots began in an Oxford band called Shake Appeal, named after a track from Iggy & the Stooges’ Raw Power. After limited success, the band decided to split with some of the remaining members forming Swervedriver. Almost never was a band more aptly named.
  3. Petroleum Spirit Daze by Swervedriver, released 16 July 1. Son of Mustang Ford 2. Volcano Trash 3. Juggernaut Rides 4. Kill the Superheroes In there was much change in the air - the Polish "Solidarność" Solidarity movement won that country’s first free election which triggered transformation all across Europe and the world but it occurred on the very same day that Chinese combat.
  4. The open-road metaphor was made for Swervedriver. Never quite belonging to that land tagged by the word “shoegaze” and never loyal to any other tag prevalent in the 90s, they were destined to occupy the musical hinterlands. Migrating repeatedly to and from shoegaze, psychedelic, punk, Britpop, noise, and alternative rock, they moved perpetually in a homeless limbo, where they were never.
  5. Swervedriver's debut offering, Son of Mustang Ford, was released on 16 July and included the song "Kill the Superheroes", one of Franklin's first attempts at writing in an alternate tuning. Franklin stated in NME, " Son of Mustang Ford was based on the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas idea – driving around, out of your box, over America's.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Kissteria: The Ultimate Vinyl Road Case on Discogs.
  7. Feb 24,  · Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin () Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut featured a mix of original material and covers of blues songs, including a re-recording of the track “Dazed and Confused,” originally written and recorded by Jake Holmes, which was also covered by Jimmy Page’s old band the Yardbirds. Oddly enough, the iconic record was met with mixed reviews — Rolling Stone called.

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