Kryptonics - Bad September mp3 album
Kryptonics, El Segundo, California. Repost of Kryptonics extra’s-The Gregg Weaver Cover of Skateboarder Magazine this only got to 79 people when we put it up the first time last week. Kryptonics is with Guy Roberts.
In Orbit is the second studio album by Swedish singer and songwriter September. It was released on 26 October 2005 as the first album released by September on Catchy Tunes. The album entered the Swedish Album Chart at its peak position of on 3 November 2005, and peaked at on the Finnish Album Chart.
The Kryptonics were the brainchild of Ian Underwood, who was a high school student in Perth when he assembled the first lineup of the group. Underwood (no relation to the one-time Frank Zappa keyboardist of the same name) had previously appeared in three memorably named but short-lived bands (Satanic Menswear, Puddle, and Froot Loops), and the Kryptonics was his first project to play more than three shows. In the summer of 1990, the Kryptonics left Perth to set up shop in Sydney, and soon cut another 7", "Bad September," which had to be mastered at 33 instead of 45 due to its six-minute length.
Infobox musical artist Name Kryptonics. Underwood later formed Challenger 7 in Sydney in 1995, and recorded a mini album with the help of former Kryptonics members Greg Hitchcock, Peter Kostic and Richard Corey. He continued with that band under different lineups until its demise in 2002.
The Kryptonics by Steve Gardner - Noise For Heroes - English. Ian Underwood : Vocals, Guitar. Brett Ford : Drums (86-87). Peter Hartley : Guitar (86-87). Shakir Pichler : Drums (85-86). Michael Reynolds : Vocals (85-86). Engineered by Paul Tagg and Kryptonics. B sides recorded live at the Shenton Park hotel, Perth. Recorded by Norbet Roth, mixed at ABC Studios Perth. Reference : Seaside records - PIP001 500 yellow vinyl, 300 black. Ian Underwood : Guitar, Vocals.
For the company, see Kryptonics. Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Bad September/Telephone Line (live)/Another Girl Another Planet (live) – Seaside (PIP001) (November 1990). Hometown Farewell Kiss – 6UVS (DT001) (1988) ("Dare"). Bad Timing (A Perth Pop Retrospective) – Rubber/Idaho Music (RUB031) (1994) ("Land That Time Forgot" ).
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|Telephone Line (Live)||2:36|
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