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Right And Wrong - Various - Red Snerts - The Sound Of Gulcher (CD)

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  1. Zero Boys @ Cosmo's /DVD &Out of the Loop - A Headache Production &Living in Oblivion &MX Sound "Big Hits" /Extremely Rare Limited Edition 7" Vinyl EP &Beat Mistress "The Exotic Drums of" /Extremely Rare Limited Edition 7" Vinyl &Red Snerts: The Sound of Gulcher (Various Hoosiers) /Limited Edition Audio CD &Rewired &Spell "Boyd & Rose.
  2. - Red Snerts, Dow Jones and the Industrials were a West Lafeyette, Indiana band that existed from the late 's until about The band initially consisted of Greg Horn on guitar and vocals, Chris Clark on bass and vocals, Tim North on drums, and Mr. Science(Brad Garton) on keyboards.
  3. Different Drum: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Gulcher. V/a Sunset Silk Wrong Application Tigerbeat6. V/a Apocalypse Always Alternative Tentacles. V/a Freakbitchlickfly Alternative Tentacles. V/a Teenbeat Sampler Teenbeat. V/a Night Owls 1 Deluxe. V/a Red Snerts - The Sound Of Gulcher Gulcher. V/a Home Alive Compilation Ii.
  4. When the Dancing Cigarettes appeared on the fringes of the Bloomington scene in , they were doing music that still vibrated deeply with the naive/intellectual spirit that had informed much of underground rock since the mids. The Ciga.
  5. Find this classic compilation this morning and it was the right choice to start the day. Gulcher Records released this Goodie and it's full with amazing bands/songs, to that a liquid breakfast and then into the outside world with the sound of Gulcher.
  6. The Gizmos were a legendary Indiana band of the late s that put out three EPs at the beginning of the punk-rock/new wave age. Formed by singers and rock critics Ken Highland and Eddie Flowers in , they released the EP The Gizmos (Gulcher, ), one of the earlies documents of the era.
  7. Long-running US indepedent record label founded in Bloomington, Indiana by Bob Richert in Gulcher was formed as one of the earliest small independent labels and fanzines and was propelled to legendary status by the release of the first Gizmos EP. Gulcher championed the low-fi DIY revolution before it was even born. Most of the Gulcher.
  8. Two great songs Ben Folds Five doing Song For The Dumped and Sophie B. Hawkins doing a nasty cover of the Joe Tex classic I Gotcha. The rest is decent with Amy Grant covering The Things We Do For Love, Shawn Colvin, Once Blue, Faith Hill doing an Ellen Shipley song, Joan Osborne, Chris Issak doing Hank Williams, Queen, Joan Jett doing a poor version of Love Stinks and The Wild Colonials /5(5).

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