Rubella - Junkyard album download
|B2||That Indian & His Wolf Dog|
|B3||Windsor Terrace Blues|
|B4||Killed By Ice Cream Truck|
NotesGrey Foil Tapes, Brown / Photo Cover, Lyric Insert.
Junkyard is the third studio album by Australian post-punk group The Birthday Party. It has received critical acclaim. Junkyard was inspired by American Southern Gothic imagery, dealing with extreme subjects like an evangelist's murdered daughter. Nick Cave's then-girlfriend Anita Lane co-wrote with him on two songs, "Dead Joe" and "Kiss me Black".
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A1 Hola A2 Isis A3 Nostalgia A4 Goons A5 Cleveland's Theme B1 Sowell B2 That Indian & His Wolf Dog B3 Windsor Terrace Blues B4 Killed By Ice Cream Truck B5 Adios.
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Rubella Ballet They were the band who bridged the gaps between The Sex Pistols, X Ray Spex, and Crass.
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/198 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Junkyard. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 121BPM (+33), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Junkyard.
Rubella Ballet is a gothic anarcho-punk band formed in Summer 1979, who released several albums before splitting up in 1991. They reformed in 2000. The band was formed by drummer Sid Truelove (born 18 April 1960, Sutton Coldfield, a former chef and later also the drummer with Flux of Pink Indians), together with former Fatal Microbes Pete Fender (Dan Sansom, guitar), Gem Stone (Gemma Sansom, bass) and It (Quentin North, also bass), with vocalists Annie Anxiety and Womble