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Gun Club, The - Death Party album download
Gun Club, The - Death Party album download
Performer: Gun Club, The
Title: Death Party
Released: 1983
Style: Garage Rock, Rockabilly, Glam
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AA VOX VOC DTS XM MIDI VOX
FLAC size: 1865 mb | MP3 size: 1599 mb | WMA size: 1991 mb
Genre: Rock

Album · 1982 · 15 morceaux. Disponible avec un abonnement Apple Music. Essayer gratuitement. Death Party The Gun Club. Death Party (Live from Rote Fabrik Zurich March 1983).

Gun Club's Death Party EP was issued in 1983 between the mixing and mastering disaster that was Miami, the band's second album, and the nearly sublime Las Vegas Story. The recording also features a new and extremely short-lived lineup that featured guitarist Jim Duckworth (Panther Burns), drummer Dee Pop (Bush Tetras), a friend of his on bass named Jimmy Joe Uliana, and Pierce's then girlfriend Linda "Texacala" Jones on backing vocals. She would remain for years before leaving to join the Sisters of Mercy. The material from the radio gig contains three tunes from Death Party, covers of "Run Through the Jungle" the old roots rock nugget "Heebie Jeebies," and Lewis Allan's "Strange Fruit," as well as a scorching rendition of "Fire of Love. 1 The House On Highland Avenue The Gun Club 3:29.

Band Name The Gun Club. Album Name Death Party. Released date January 1983. Labels New Rose Records. Members owning this album4. 2. She's Like Heroin to Me. 3. Keys to the Kingdom. 7. Devil in the Woods. 9. Preaching the Blues. 10. Watermelon Men. 11. Black Train.

The Gun Club were a highly influential post-punk/ blues band from Los Angeles, California that existed from 1979 to 1996. Created and led by talented maverick singer guitarist and songwriter Jeffrey Lee Pierce, they merged the contemporary genre of punk rock with the more traditional genres of rockabilly and country music along with X, the Flesh Eaters and the Blasters. The Gun Club has been called a "tribal psychobilly blues" band and initiators of the .

Miami is the second studio album by punk blues group The Gun Club, released in 1982. It was released on Blondie guitarist Chris Stein's label, Animal Records. Stein also produced the album. Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym ". Laurence J. The album front cover photograph doesn't include Rob Ritter who had already left the band. Before leaving the band, Ritter first taught all his bass-lines to his ex-Bags bandmate Patricia Morrison.

Gun Club ‎– Death Party. Label: Sympathy For The Record Industry ‎– SFTRI741. Format: CD, EP, Reissue, Remastered. Recorded at Blank Tapes Studio, 1983 Digitally remastered July 2004. First release on cd of the "Death Party" EP including bonus radio broadcast. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat.