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Dont Dick Around - Dark Carnival - Destroy All Monsters: Australian Tour 1991 (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Dark Carnival we have had less contact with, but the disc with their live set, recorded at the Knit in ’95 is pretty cool, too. They’re slower than DAM, but tackle the same sorta material (indeed, many of the same tunes) with swell abandon. The third disk has the reunion stuff, some more Dark Carnival live tracks and a handful by Venus in Furs.
  2. Detroit acts like Wayne Kramer, The Romantics, Destroy All Monsters (with Stooges guitarist Ron Asheton, Niagara, Rob King and MC5 bassist Mike Davis) would headline some weekends while bands such as The Police, The Damned, Ultravox, The Cramps, The Dead Boys, and many others made Bookie's their one and only Michigan tour date.
  3. The final and probably best song on the album Hot Pants Zone, having the curious title of “(Santa’s Got a) Bomb for Whitey” is actually by Dark Carnival and is taken from their album Greatest Show in Detroit (). Bootsey X dominates the proceedings, and it sure sounds like the Lovemasters to me.
  4. Dark Carnival featured Ron Asheton from the Stooges and Destroy All Monsters on guitar and Niagara from Destroy All Monsters on vocals. This show was recorded on their Australian tour and sees them playing a mix of Destroy All Monsters and Stooges songs with a few new ones in the mix. This show was recorded from the audience and the sound is good.
  5. This is an extension of Destroy All Monsters with absolutely killer guitars in line with The Stooges "Funhouse" with the unique stamp and signature of Mr. Ron Asheton. 10 classic shots which need to be in your record collection right by The Stooges, Destroy All Monsters, MC5, Sonic’s Rendezvous Band, Radio Birdman, The New Christs, Bored!, etc.
  6. Last week, the Craig Fahle Show had a discussion about how the Vietnam experiences of John Kerry and Chuck Hagel could inform their point of view toward U.S. policy. Today, Craig.
  7. Axis/Another Revolvable Thing is the second installment of Blank Forms' archival reissues of the music of Japan's eternal revolutionary Masayuki Takayanagi, following April Is The Cruellest Month (BF CD/LP), a studio record by his New Direction wildepofunlauporterpterthehydmendtof.coinfosed of recordings of a September 5, concert by the New Direction Unit at Yasuda Seimei Hall in Tokyo's Shinjuku district, the.
  8. And he said yeah you should come up here quick, I don’t remember when I went up there, but I went up there as soon as I could so I don’t know if I had to get back to Decatur. But I know I left as soon as I could, probably within a day of the phone call. It was an eight hour drive, all I .
  9. Steve Hunter is his own man; he has been around the block with a forty-five year career. From his solos on Alice Cooper’s “Billion Dollar Babies” album, his legendary acoustic work on Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill,” his “Intro” to Lou Reed’s “Sweet Jane” and his searing opening solos on Aerosmith’s version of “Train Kept A Rolling” Most recently he can be.

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