Bronze - Live In San Francisco mp3 album
I’ve never seen a bad Bronze sho. hey range from smiling and hypnotized dancing crowds to a man getting violated and urinated on at a yuppie bar (everyone still smiling). Ultra bottom heavy dance beats à la Brian Hock (shirt off, shirt on, it’s all good to me), super hand-wringing oscillations home brewed by Miles Friction and the ever-great Robert Spector. Got it. + add. album.
Request an album send to friend. Live In San Francisco (2016). Bronze - Live In San Francisco.
It does catch them a little past their prime - most of the songs are from their later career, not their better, first half - and the energy's a little lower than it was during their best folk-rocking days in the late '60s.
Be alerted when Bronze - Live In San Francisco (Vinyl LP) is back in stock. Please verify that you are a Human. Notify me when in stock. They bought a limousine to tour in (which may be the raddest fucking thing I've ever heard of), but it's been parked in the bat cave under a car cocoon like San Francisco's best kept secret. These guys should be on tour, eaten alive every night by ravenous fanatics – but alas, they are like a rare treat these days.
The Streets of San Francisco" is the second full-length album by Californian punk rock band Swingin' Utters, released in 1995. It was produced by Lars Frederiksen of Rancid. All songs were newly recorded for the album, although several had been on the band's previous releases. The original LP was issued by New Red Archives and released on at least four different colors of vinyl: orange, yellow, purple and blue. All songs written by Darius Koski, except where noted. Storybook Disease" - 2:22.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 14867 02087 9
|CF-066||Bronze||Live in San Francisco (LP, Album, Ltd, Ult)||Castle Face||CF-066||US||2016|
|CF-066, Sixty-Six||Bronze||Live in San Francisco (LP, Album)||Castle Face, Castle Face||CF-066, Sixty-Six||US||2016|