Love Positions - Billiepeebup mp3 album
- Performer: Love Positions
- Title: Billiepeebup
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: AHX FLAC AC3 MMF AA XM AU
- Released: 1990
- Style: Indie Rock
- MP3 album: 1767 mb
- FLAC album: 1383 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 638
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1. Mirror On The Train. More by Love Positions. Kiss (the Billiepeebup extra tracks). Summer Love - A Half A Cow Compilation. Nic Dalton - Speak Memory. Summer Buzz - A Half A Cow Compilation. Crosswires - A Half A Cow Compilation. Listen to Billiepeebup now. Listen to Billiepeebup in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Album · 1990 · 4 Songs. Billiepeebup (Original Album).
Our debut album nearly ready to go! There's a short run of records stamped with a handsome dog, and zines featuring tunings, lyrics, shaky prose without the distraction of nearly tuned guitars, and mad drawing skills. u-see, get one at a show in Feb, or check your record store soon. Out 25 Jan on Half A Cow. Key Out. 3 January at 17:53 ·. Today we got a copy of Half A Cow's first ever release, Love Positions' billiepeebup.
Love Positions has been played on NTS shows including Idle Hands w/ Zane Landreth, with Into Your Arms first played on 24 November 2017. The Love Positions was Nic Dalton and Robyn S. lare. They released an album (vinyl only) called Billiepeebup and a 7 inch single 'Light Of Day', which were both released in October 1990. All songs recorded on a Tascam 244 four track onto cassettes (mostly old TDK compilation tapes taped over!) in various houses in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney between 1985 and 1989.
The remaining songs on the album were written by Dando and Tom Morgan, except for the album's hit single "Into Your Arms", which was written by Robyn St Clare and originally appeared on the Love Positions' Billiepeebup album (a collaboration between Dalton and St Clare released in 1990). album, Dalton left the band and returned to Australia. Dalton insisted there was no 'falling out' between himself and Dando; rather, he felt he had to get back to his family, friends and label in Sydney