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Researching The Blues - Redd Kross - Researching The Blues (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Researching The Blues - Redd Kross - Researching The Blues (CD, Album)

  • Shakazilkree
    12.12.2019 at 02:33
    Researching the Blues is the sixth album by American rock band Redd Kross, released in on Merge Records. Reply
  • Mezigis
    12.12.2019 at 00:48
    Aug 07,  · So if Researching The Blues, the band’s first album in 15 years, doesn’t fit cleanly onto anyone’s playlists, In the time since the last Redd Kross album, bands like Spoon and the. Reply
  • Kajihn
    17.12.2019 at 22:22
    Aug 07,  · Researching The Blues isn’t the album to convert non-fans of Redd Kross, but it does manage to tie in with the rest of Redd Kross’ discography without sounding dated or out of touch%(13). Reply
  • Akira
    12.12.2019 at 09:43
    Aug 06,  · Posted on Aug 6, | 0 comments Redd Kross Researching The Blues Merge Records [] Fire Note Says: Redd Kross know power pop and bring it full force on their first album in 15 years – Researching The Blues! Album Review: It has been 15 years since Redd Kross last had a record on the shelves with Show World [] so it was really anybody’s guess for what this outing . Reply
  • Zolosar
    10.12.2019 at 23:43
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Redd Kross - Researching The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Redd Kross collection/5(96). Reply
  • Tojakazahn
    16.12.2019 at 23:58
    Aug 20,  · On Researching the Blues, Redd Kross prove they still have a knack for shifting those component parts into fresh shapes. In just three and a half minutes, "Stay Away From Downtown" ping-pongs / Reply
  • Guzahn
    11.12.2019 at 14:01
    Redd Kross toured Australia as part of the Hoodoo Gurus' 30th Anniversary on the "Dig It Up" Festival concert series. Jason Shapiro of the band Celebrity Skin played guitar, sitting in for Robert Hecker on these dates. Their new album, Researching the Blues . Reply
  • Dogami
    17.12.2019 at 22:06
    Apr 14,  · The song Researching the Blues is itself a wonderful amalgom of the best post punk neo psychelic blues brain rot candy you would ever imagine in a wet audio dream: the first part of the song sounds like The B's combined with the Cramps in the lead vocal department, the second part is REM & Red Kross, and the third part is straght up Fuzztones without their 60's revival bullshit edge (like if . Reply

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