Blasters, The - Over There: Live At The Venue, London mp3 album
Recorded live at the Venue, London, England, May 22, 1982, by Island Mobile Unit. Mixed at Quad Teck, Los Angeles, California, July 1982. P)(C) 1982 Warner Bros Records Inc. for the . amp; WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the . A Warner Communications Company.
Over There: Live at the Venue, London (1982). The Blasters is the second album by American rock and roll band The Blasters. Originally released in the United States by the independent label Slash Records, its later strong sales performance required a deal for wider distribution with Warner Bros. Records The album was issued in the United Kingdom via F-Beat Records.
VINYL RECORD ALBUM THE BLASTERS LIVE AT THE VENUE LONDON OVER THERE 1-23735 EX Condition: Used. Time left: 1d 16h 17m 57s. Ships to: Worldwide. The Blasters - Over There (Live At The Venue, London) lp Slash 1 23735 Condition: Used. Time left: 5d 13h 37m 3s. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change. The best album by The Blasters is The Blasters which is ranked number 8208 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 182. The Blasters album bestography. Higher ranked (57,869th) This album (69,055th) Lower ranked (85,361st) 4-11-44Over There: Live At The Venue, LondonAmerican Music.
Nom du groupe The Blasters. Nom de l'album Over There : Live at the Venue, London. Date de parution 1982. Labels Slash Records Suzy Records Warner Bros. Membres possèdant cet album0. Recorded live at the Venue, London, England, May 22,1982. 1. High School Confidential. 2. Rock Boppin' Baby.
Freewheeling Rambunctious Raucous Rollicking Rowdy Wry. Album Themes. Guys Night Out Hanging Out Partying Road Trip. Over There: Live at the Venue, London. A six-song EP recorded live at the Venue in London on May 22, 1982. Phil Alvin covers his personal god, Jerry Lee Lewis, with "High School Confidential," while brother Dave picks to his heart's delight. Makes you wish you were there.
Album by The Blasters. I Don't Want To. Go, Go, Go. Roll 'em Pete.
The Blasters' energetic live performances gained a local following, and they became fixtures of the early 1980s Los Angeles punk rock scene. They performed alongside X, Black Flag, The Gun Club, the Screamers and others. In 1986, members of the Blasters appeared with Screamers front-man Tomata du Plenty in the punk rock musical Population: 1. In his memoir Get in the Van (1995), Henry Rollins (of Black Flag and Rollins Band) wrote of the Blasters, "In my mind, they were a great band that not enough people found out about . Over There: Live at The Venue, London (EP) (1982). Trouble Bound (2002). The Blasters Collection (1xCD Best Of) (1991). Testament: The Complete Slash Recordings (2xCD Anthology) (2002).