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Big Balls - Creepy Shades album download

Performer:

Big Balls

Title:

Creepy Shades

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1703 mb

Other music formats:

RA DMF DXD AU AC3 MP4 MPC

Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Punk

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

1982

Big Balls - Creepy Shades album download

Tracklist

A1 Punk Star
A2 Computer Nr.3
A3 Coconuts
A4 City Idiots
A5 Beverly Hills
A6 Me And The Boys
A7 (Under The) Wings Of The Law
B1 For You
B2 Looking At You
B3 Hangover
B4 Oh Boy
B5 Who's Real
B6 Broken Hearted

Notes

comes with an insert, a black and white text sheet and a pink letter with Bandinformation and the Playlist.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRD 02 L Big Balls* Creepy Shades ‎(LP, Album, Red) Balls Records BRD 02 L Germany 1982
76.21.120-01-1 + 01-2 Big Balls* Creepy Shades ‎(LP, Album, TP) Not On Label 76.21.120-01-1 + 01-2 Germany Unknown



Album: Creepy Shades. Creepy Shades: Best 2 songs. Big Balls & The Great White Idiot - City Idiots 04:00. Big Balls & The Great White Idiot - Me & The Boys 02:58. Album: Creepy Shades. Big Balls & The Great White Idiot: best 2 tracks. Big Balls & The Great White Idiot - Rock'n'Roll Madness Big Balls & The Great White Idiot, 2008 01:20. Big Balls & The Great White Idiot - No Chance Big Balls & The Great White Idiot, 2008 02:12. Artist: Big Balls & The Great White Idiot.

Shades is the sixth album by J. J. Cale, released in 1981. After years of living and recording in Nashville, Cale relocated to California in 1980 and lived in an Anaheim trailer park but continued working with longtime producer Audie Ashworth. Shades, which continued Cale’s tradition of giving his albums one word titles, was recorded in various studios in Nashville and Los Angeles.

Big Balls and the Great White Idiot.

The first album was released in 1977 by Teldec, named Big Balls. Among the 17 songs were a cover version of the Sex Pistols' "Anarchy in the . in this case "Anarchy in Germany," and another of Velvet Underground. In 1978 the second album Foolish Guys followed. The next two albums, Artikel 1 and Creepy Shades, were released by their own label Balls Records, the latter bringing a change in sound away from punk. The decline of punk rock did not affect the close ties between the band and their fans, but the 1980s saw the "Balls" (with French guitarist Hervé. Interview with Big Balls and the Great White Idiot.

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The first album was released in 1977 by Teldec, named Big Balls Among the 17 songs were a cover version of the Sex Pistols' "Anarchy in the UK", in this case "Anarchy in Germany," and another of Velvet Underground In 1978 the second album Foolish Guys followed The next two albums, Artikel 1 and Creepy Shades, were released by their own label Balls. Records, the latter bringing a change in sound away from punk.

1 The Dignity Of Man Is Unimpeachable - Big Balls & The Great White Idiot. Foolish Guys - Big Balls & The Great White Idiot. Creepy Shades - Big Balls & The Great White Idiot.

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