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Aunt Bettys - Skinny Bones Jones album download


Aunt Bettys


Skinny Bones Jones



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Aunt Bettys - Skinny Bones Jones album download


A1 Skinny Bones Jones
B1 Rock & Roll


Sky blue marble vinyl

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
prcd 9504-2 Aunt Bettys Skinny Bones Jones ‎(CD, Single, Promo) EastWest Records America prcd 9504-2 US 1995
eo6 Aunt Bettys Skinny Bones Jones ‎(7", Pur) Che Orrore! eo6 US 1996
eo6 Aunt Bettys Skinny Bones Jones ‎(7") Che Orrore! eo6 US 1996

Skinny Bones Jones Lyrics. Ooh-hoo, ooh-hoo, yeah Ooh-hoo, ooh-hoo, yeah. What's up with this band? It's been around forever Played New York City Before most the world was born Made it big, made it bigger, made it bigger Then it keeps on coming back All tattered and torn

1996 Elektra Entertainment for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. Guitar: Andrew Carter Background Vocals: Andrew Carter Engineer: Bob Moon Bass: Brian Doidge Background Vocals: Brian Doidge Masterer: Brian Gardner Drums, Percussion: Chuck Cummings Engineer, Mixer, Producer: Gene Eugene Engineer: Kevin Leonard Engineer, Mixer, Pro Tools: Mark A. Rodriguez Engineer, Mixer, Producer, Vocals: Michael Knott Acoustic Guitar: Michael Knott Writer: Michael Knott.

Aunt Bettys ‎(CD, Album, Promo). EastWest Records America.

Album · 1996 · 16 Songs. Aunt Bettys Aunt Betty's. Listen on Apple Music.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This is also the fiercest song on the album and though the rest of the songs rock they never achieve this level of flat out agression. Mother Trucker ~ A stupid fun song, but extremely catchy. The word play of mother trucker made a lot of Knott’s Christian followers wince as they believed he was flirting (probably was) with a perverse epithet. It’s power punk with supposedly witty lyrics about The Rolling Stones being really, really old and still going but it comes off as crass and insincere. What’s the use of criticizing a band for their success when you’d like to have a piece of it?

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