Call Me Pudge - Happy Flowers - Flowers On 45: The Homestead Singles (Cassette)

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Download Call Me Pudge - Happy Flowers - Flowers On 45: The Homestead Singles (Cassette)
1992
Label: Homestead Records - HMS161-4 • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock


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9 Replies to “ Call Me Pudge - Happy Flowers - Flowers On 45: The Homestead Singles (Cassette) ”

  1. Faell says:
    – Happy Flowers: Call Me Pudge: 8 – Happy Flowers: Call Me Pudge (Live) 9 – Happy Flowers: German Folk Song (Live) 10 – Happy Flowers: My Head's On Fire: 11 – Happy Flowers: Mom And Dad Like The Baby More Than Me: 12 – Happy Flowers: Ruckwerts Essen Jetzt: 13 – Happy Flowers: I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone: 14 – Happy Flowers /5(4).
  2. Zolokora says:
    Though I wouldn't consider this the best Happy Flowers album, it IS a collection-completer. The first half of the album are songs that were (you guessed it) released on The second half of the album are live songs and songs from the various bands Mr. Anus and Mr. HCI were in throughout the years.4/5(3).
  3. Akizragore says:
    Call Me Pudge – Happy Flowers: Call Me Pudge (Live) – Happy Flowers: German Folk Song (Live) – Happy Flowers: My Head's On Fire – Happy Flowers: Mom And Dad Like The Baby More Than Me – Happy Flowers: Ruckwerts Essen Jetzt – Happy Flowers: I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone – Happy Flowers: These Peas Are So Green – Happy Flowers /5(12).
  4. Toll says:
    What initially would have been just that, a collection of Happy Flowers' four 7" singles on Homestead, became something more when, as the band said in the entertaining liner notes, "we were told that there wouldn't be a whole lot of music on if we didn't pad it out." The end result is a completely all-over-the-place (and all the more entertaining for it) overview of the bandmembers' earlier 8/
  5. Meztishura says:
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Happy Flowers - The Flowers on 45 - Homestead NEW Cassette at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Shataxe says:
    Happy Flowers A1: They Cleaned My Cut Out With A Wire Brush B1: Just Wait Till I'm Bigger Than You B2: My Mother Is A Fish: Homestead USA: HMS 7" 0: Happy Flowers A1: BB Gun B1: Charlie Got A Haircut B2: I Ate Something Out Of The Medicine Cabinet: Homestead USA: HMS 7" 1: Happy Flowers A1: Call Me Pudge B1: Call Me.
  7. Majar says:
    Homestead USA: HMS 7" 1: Happy Flowers A1: Call Me Pudge B1: Call Me Pudge (Live) B2: German Folk Song (Live) Homestead USA: HMS 7" 0: Happy Flowers Peel Session A1: My Head's On Fire A2: Mom And Dad Like The Baby More Than Me B1: Ruckwerts Essen Jetzt B2: I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone B3: These Peas Are So Green.
  8. Zucage says:
    Happy Flowers was an American musical group, formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, in by two members of the Landlords, John Beers ("Mr. Horribly Charred Infant", drums, vocals) and Charlie Kramer ("Mr. Anus", guitar, vocals), both students at the University of Virginia. [1] [2] This duo combines improvisational noise punk guitar and drums with lyrics often written in the.
  9. Samugor says:
    Happy Flowers was an American musical group, formed in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, in by two members of the Landlords, John Beers ("Mr. Horribly Charred Infant", drums, vocals) and Charlie Kramer ("Mr. Anus", guitar, vocals), both students at the University of Virginia. The duo combined improvisational noise punk guitar and drums with lyrics often written in the first person.

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