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Tropicana Blues - Stiv Bators - L.A. L.A. (Vinyl)

   30.10.2019  8 Comments

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  1. First issued in as "L.A. L.A." (with a slightly different configuration), this CD collects a number of sides that find the ex-Dead Boy (and at the time of these recordings, future-Lord of the New Church) pulling mids garage rock into the lates punk leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.coinfog: Tropicana Blues.
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  5. Greg Shaw (January – October 19, ) was a Los Angeles-based fanzine publisher, magazine editor, music historian and record label owner. In addition, he was known as a record collector, archivist, and historian, and started the Pebbles series in the late ’s, a project inspired by Lenny Kaye’s Nuggets reissue. (More from Wikipedia)Missing: Tropicana Blues.
  6. L.A.L.A. 1. The Last Year 2. It's Cold Outside 3. Circumstantial Evidence 4. Not That Way Anymore 5. I'll Be Alright 6. I Stand Accused 7. L.A. L.A. 8. Tropicana Blues 9. Factory Boy Story In Your Eyes Have Love, Will Travel I'm No More Gudbuy T'Jayne Circumstantial Evidence I'll .
  7. Those who know Stiv Bators only from his ground-breaking punk rock with the Dead Boys and the Lords of the New Church will be pleased to see him tackling early rock music standards like "Louie Louie" ("L.A. L.A."), the other great Richard Berry anthem "Have Love Will Travel", and the Moody Blues hit "The Story in Your Eyes".
  8. When The Dead Boys split in , Stiv Bators moved to L.A. to reinvent himself, a move that resulted in the album Disconnected, and eventually Lords Of The New Church. Along the way, he formed an alliance with Bomp that lasted until his death, resulting in a Missing: Tropicana Blues.

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