The Fleshtones - Beachhead mp3 flac
The Fleshtones are an American garage rock band from Queens, New York, formed in 1976. The Fleshtones were formed in 1976 in Whitestone, New York by Keith Streng (born September 18, 1955, New York, New York) and Jan Marek Pakulski (b. August 23, 1956, Lewiston, Maine), two roommates who discovered that a previous tenant had left behind some instruments in the basement of the house they were renting
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Garage Rock The Fleshtones. Liste des groupes Garage Rock The Fleshtones Beachhead. ajouter les paroles de l'album. Ajouter un fichier audio. Nom du groupe The Fleshtones. Nom de l'album Beachhead. Date de parution 2005. Labels Pinnacle Yep Roc Records. Style MusicalGarage Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1. 1. Bigger and Better. 3. Pretty Pretty Pretty.
Garage Rock The Fleshtones. Band Name The Fleshtones. Album Name Beachhead.
This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/168 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Beachhead. Album starts at 168BPM, ends at 80BPM (-88), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Fleshtones. The Band Drinks for Free.
While 2003's Do You Swing? was strong enough to convince any doubters that the Fleshtones were still firing on all cylinders after cranking out the "Super Rock" since 1976, 2005's Beachhead goes that fine album one better - Beachhead not only matches it for great songs, but actually rocks out with greater muscle and élan
Bigger & Better, 02:33. Now playing: Rag'n'Bone Man Giant. Bonnie Tyler Total Eclipse of the Heart. Jonas Brothers Sucker.
Released: 9 Aug 2005. 2005 Yep Roc Records. More By The Fleshtones.
Their new album Beachhead comes far too late to cash in on the brief era of the "The" bands, but it arrives just in time to remind us why garage rock continues to thrive and still inspires bored teenagers and 20-somethings to form their own bands. It's nothing new, it's just bigger and better," the Fleshtones scream on the opening track "Bigger & Better". The Fleshtones, like many in the garage rock mold, do not take themselves seriously, but they make it a point never to devolve into a mere joke act. As they point out in "Serious", the band is "serious about not being serious, Serious about nothing". They may be joking around, but they really care about joking around.
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|A1||Bigger & Better|
|A3||Pretty Pretty Pretty|
|A4||You Don't Know|
|A5||Do Something For Me|
|A6||I Want The Answers|
|B1||She Looks Like A Woman|
|B2||I Am What I Am|
|B5||Push Up Man|
|B6||Late September Moon|
- Arranged By – The Fleshtones
NotesCover By – Max "Pedro" Petrongari
Photo By – Anne Streng
|CD-YEP-2095||The Fleshtones||Beachhead (CD, Album)||Yep Roc Records||CD-YEP-2095||US||2005|
|LP-YEP-2095||The Fleshtones||Beachhead (LP, Album)||Yep Roc Records||LP-YEP-2095||US||2005|
|YEP-2095||The Fleshtones||Beachhead (CD, Album, Promo)||Yep Roc Records||YEP-2095||US||2005|