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The Clean - Boodle, Boodle, Boodle album download
Performer: The Clean
Title: Boodle, Boodle, Boodle
Country: New Zealand
Released: 1981
Style: Surf, Indie Rock
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MIDI AAC RA VQF WMA VOC APE
FLAC size: 1455 mb | MP3 size: 1354 mb | WMA size: 1662 mb
Genre: Rock

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Anthology is a collection of early material by the New Zealand band The Clean, most of which had previously been out of print and hard to find. It was released by Flying Nun Records in 2002.

referencing Boodle, Boodle, Boodle, 12", Com, FN 003. Here it i. he grandaddy of all Flying Nun record. .Boodle Boodle Boodle from The Clean. It must be said that this little EP paved the way for a surge of brilliant guitar based music from the nether regions of this great country of ours. Whateve. his is just awesome music you must own, and listening to the original vinyl is the only way to go, check it out.

Boodle Boodle Boodle is a 12" EP by New Zealand band The Clean. Released by Flying Nun Records in 1981, it is one of the more important releases in the Dunedin sound genre. The EP reached number four in the New Zealand music charts, despite being listed in the singles chart (New Zealand has never had a separate EP chart), and stayed in the top 20 for nearly six months.

Billy Two. Thumbs Off. Anything Could Happen. Point That Thing Somewhere Else. MusicBrainz: Boodle Boodle Boodle.

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Seminal Dunedin band The Clean’s . Boodle Boodle Boodle has been announced as the 2017 recipient of the Independent Music New Zealand Classic Record Award, which will be presented at a ceremony in Auckland this Tuesday. Alex Behan talks to The Clean’s founder, guitarist, singer and songwriter David Kilgour about the . Listen duration 7′ :10″. Download as Ogg. Download as MP3. Play Ogg in browser.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Billy Two
Lead Vocals – David Kilgour
2:20
A2 Thumbs Off
Lead Vocals – Robert Scott
3:00
A3 Anything Could Happen
Lead Vocals – David Kilgour
2:38
B1 Sad Eyed Lady
Backing Vocals – Chris KnoxLead Vocals – David Kilgour
3:04
B2 Point That Thing Somewhere Else
Lead Vocals – Hamish Kilgour
5:30

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Mandrill Studios
  • Recorded At – Frontear

Credits

  • Artwork [Back Cover] – The Clean
  • Artwork [Front Cover] – Chris Knox
  • Bass, Vocals – Robert Scott
  • Drums, Vocals – Hamish Kilgour
  • Engineer, Producer – Doug Hood
  • Guitar, Vocals – David Kilgour
  • Mastered By – Dave Hurley*
  • Producer – Chris Knox
  • Written-By – Kilgour*, Kilgour*, Gutteridge* (tracks: B2), Scott* (tracks: A1 to A3, B1)

Notes

Original version including 16-page comic book.

Recorded 7 + 8 Sept 1981 at Frontear.
Mastered at Mandrill One 21 Sept 81.

© 1981 Cleano Music Inc.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FN 003 The Clean Boodle, Boodle, Boodle ‎(12", EP) Flying Nun Records FN 003 New Zealand 1981
FN 003 The Clean Boodle, Boodle, Boodle ‎(12", RE) Flying Nun Records FN 003 New Zealand Unknown
FN 003 The Clean Boodle, Boodle, Boodle ‎(12", RE) Flying Nun Records FN 003 New Zealand 1988


Comments (1)
Umrdana
Here it is…the grandaddy of all Flying Nun records….Boodle Boodle Boodle from The Clean.It must be said that this little EP paved the way for a surge of brilliant guitar based music from the nether regions of this great country of ours. Whatever…this is just awesome music you must own, and listening to the original vinyl is the only way to go, check it out…Side one kicks off with the frantic jangly strum of “Billy Two” with David Kilgour’s fresh faced voice jumping off the wax, while brother Hamish bashes away in the back.Next up we’re into the weird beat of “Thumbs Off” with Bob Scott’s gooey vocal and a raucous distorted gat in the middle section which gives way for the lovely strum of “Anything Could Happen”, surely an anthem for the times.Flip the disc and you get the brief, reverb laden “Sad Eyed Lady”, which lopes off to usher in the mind melting magnificence of “Point That Thing Somewhere Else”.Cast your Velvets comparisons aside and bask in Hamish and Roberts sublime locked groove while David noodles off into the golden guitar sunset.Pure brilliance…