Straight Arrows - Can't Count album download
- Band [Straight Arrows] – Adam*, Alex*, Angie*, Owen*
NotesPart of a repress of 200 copies.
This is the one with folded A3 sleeve and mushroom pic.
|Juvi 001||Straight Arrows||Can't Count (7", Single)||Juvenile Records||Juvi 001||Australia||2007|
|RIP010||Straight Arrows||Can't Count (7")||R.I.P Society||RIP010||Australia||2010|
|RIP010, JUVI 001||Straight Arrows||Can't Count (7", Single, Num, RP, W/Lbl)||R.I.P Society, Juvenile Records||RIP010, JUVI 001||Australia||2010|
Straight Arrows – Can't Count. Straight Arrows - Owen Alex Adam Angie. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
Straight Arrows Another Day in the City, Black & Blue 2019 EU/UK tour 45 for Record Store Day, released 12 April 2019 1. Another Day in the City 2. Black and Blue Cover of ULTRA RARE Sydney power punk band BRITISH JETS, with brand new SA track on the flip. The cover is different so it probably sounds a little different too, right?
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Straight Arrows are a band that operate on their own terms. Since forming back in 2007, they’ve maintained an uncompromising approach to their music – it’s loud, fuzzed-out garage-punk that will slap you right across the head. We’ve got to do it ourselves : We caught up with Straight Arrows’ Owen Penglis and Al Grigg for a chat. Since forming back in 2007, they've maintained an uncompromising approach to their music . traight Arrows updated their cover photo. 4 November 2018 ·. Straight Arrows added 2 new photos. 24 October 2018 ·. The last couple albums came in these stunning shades.
The Arrows were an English American band based in London, England. The group, which formed in 1974 and disbanded in 1977, included American singer/bassist Alan Merrill, American guitarist Jake Hooker and English drummer Paul Varley (original drummer Clive Williams was replaced by Paul Varley). They had UK chart hit singles in 1974 and 1975 with "Touch Too Much", "My Last Night With You" and "I Love Rock 'n' Roll", all produced by Mickie Most on RAK Records.