The Deadly Hume - Lonely Mr Happy mp3 album
Housed in specially made red textured folder with the album cover printed in black. Contains three unique items - Phantom Records bio sheet, printed card and large folded poster. The LP is exactly the same as the standard release with a printed inner sleeve.
Artist: The Deadly Hume. Album: Lonely Mr. Happy. The Deadly Hume - My Head Feels Like it's Been Hit by a Train Me, Grandma, Iliko and Hilarian, 1987 04:59. The Deadly Hume - Fine Line Me, Grandma, Iliko and Hilarian, 1987 03:40. Artist: The Deadly Hume.
Lonely" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer Bobby Vinton. The song was first released on Vinton's 1962 album Roses Are Red. Vinton began writing the song while serving in the Army. The song describes a soldier who is sent overseas and has no communication with his home. The singer laments his condition and wishes for someone to talk with.
The Deadly Hume takes its name from the Hume Highway, a dangerous and desolate stretch of roadway between Melbourne and the band's hometown, Sydney. The band's sound derives from the clash and grind of urban Australia and the swampy darkness of American blues, although the records encompass everything from a cappella spiritual choruses to acoustic guitar. Besides a reprise of "48 Coffees," the six-song Lonely Mr. Happy 12-inch contains such equally colorful Hume-isms as "Miss Haversham," "Bed, Bread and Humour" and the absurdly political "The Queen and the President.
In the Lonely Hour is the debut studio album by English recording artist Sam Smith. It was released 26 May 2014
lonely Writin' songs about these people Who do not exist, he’s such a fuckin' phony One thing I know, is that I wanna Win so bad, but I’m not Chicago Heart is low, it’s real low, it’s so low You can’t lift me up, I’m like a 'Lardo From the start it’s been real dark. It’s been so dark I guess that you could call it charbroiled, huh I’m playin' like Hasbro I’m really sorry, call me auto Crashed the McLaren, bought me a Tesla I know you sick of me talkin' 'bout cars (skrrt) But what the fuck else do you want from me?
|A1||Waiting For The Lad To Come A Cropper||3:05|
|A3||The Queen And The Presiden||4:15|
|B1||Bed, Bread And Humour||3:30|
|B2||The Girls All Look Like Angels||2:50|
|B3||48 Coffees In 24 Hours||3:40|
NotesHoused in specially made red textured folder with the album cover printed in black.
Contains three unique items - Phantom Records bio sheet, printed card and large folded poster.
The LP is exactly the same as the standard release with a printed inner sleeve
Recorded at Sound Barrier Studios, Camperdown, Sydney November 1987.
Mastered at E.M.I.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): smx-69495
- Matrix / Runout: smx-69496
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Hand-etched): PHMLP-2-A SMX69495 8A LEON
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Hand-etched): PHMLP-2-B SMX69495 8A LEON
|phmlp-2||The Deadly Hume||Lonely Mr. Happy (12", EP)||Phantom Records||phmlp-2||Australia||1988|