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Dont Want No Reds - The Monks (4) - Suspended Animation (Vinyl, LP, Album)

17.07.2019
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  1. Feb 28,  · The Monks - Suspended Animation (Full Album) - Duration: Shine On You Crazy Diamond I - V ( Original Pressing) - Black Vinyl LP The Monks - Don't Want No Reds (Suspended Animation.
  2. The Monks: Suspended Animation () The opening track on this record - Don't Want No Reds - sounds a bit like ska, though that doesn't hold true for all tracks on the LP. The other thing is that this record is not as funny as the first. While I like this record, I think that the first is better.
  3. Tracklist with lyrics of the album SUSPENDED ANIMATION [] of The Monks [UK]: Don't Want No Reds - Suspended Animation - Don't Bother Me -- I'm a.
  4. Jul 11,  · Tracklist: Don't Want No Reds Suspended Animation Don't Bother Me - I'm A Christian James Bondage Grown Ups Cool Way To Live Oxford Street Go I Can Do Anything You Like Plastic Max King Dong .
  5. Find The Monks song information on AllMusic. After a four-year stint as the rhythm section for respected English trad rockers the Strawbs and a subsequent four-album run as Hudson-Ford, John Ford and Richard Hudson emerged in this utterly unexpected.
  6. The Monks discography and songs: Music profile for The Monks, formed 1 June Genres: Power Pop, Pop Punk, Punk Rock. Albums include Bad Habits, Suspended Animation, and Nice Legs Shame About the Face / You'll Be the Death of Me.
  7. A platinum smash in Canada but best known elsewhere merely as the second album by a band remembered primarily for the novelty hit single "Nice Legs, Shame About the Face," Suspended Animation finds former Strawbs Richard Hudson and John Ford pursuing their fascination for jokey cockney singalongs, shot through with enough new wave influence to catch the hip late-'70s ear.7/
  8. Suspended Animation is proof that sometimes you can only bottle lightning once. With the sole exception of the album opener, “Don't Want No Reds,” the album's song titles pretty much give away the game at first pitch/5(6).

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