Fracture - Neds Atomic Dustbin - Are You Normal? (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Nov 10,  · With their debut album, GOD FODDER, lost in the post-NEVERMIND grunge explosion, Ned's Atomic Dustbin were at something of a crossroads. The GOD FODDER tour had keep the band on the road for much of , and much of the material for this album, their sophomore effort, was written on the road/5(15).
  2. Album. Are You Normal? Ned’s Atomic Dustbin. Released November 3, Fracture Lyrics (Missing Lyrics) Spring Lyrics. Intact Lyrics. About “Are You Normal?”.
  3. Suave And Suffocated Lyrics: I waste nobody's time but my own / Well it's mine to waste so let it go / My childhood inspection / Is my record collection / And sometimes I need to feel grown / You.
  4. Listen to ARE YOU NORMAL? by Ned's Atomic Dustbin on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your .
  5. The band? Ned's Atomic Dustbin. The song? "Stuck". The album has, at best, chequered history. It was released - dependent upon where in the world you are - in early, or late The US release was in March , hence, for the few people that were interested, bought it on import months before the UK release - and cheaper/5(19).
  6. Are You Normal?, an Album by Ned's Atomic Dustbin. Released 19 October on Sony Soho Square (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Grebo, Alternative Rock.
  7. God Fodder, an Album by Ned's Atomic Dustbin. Released in April on Furtive (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Grebo, Pop Punk, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Jonn Penney (vocals), Alex Griffin (bass), Mat Cheslin (bass), Dan Worton (drums), Rat (guitar), Jessica Corcoran (producer, engineer), Ned's Atomic Dustbin (producer, writer), Tim Young (mastering), Steve Gullick.
  8. Ned's Atomic Dustbin Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 15 ratings. I loved this album when I first heard it on tape back in the 90's. In the early 's I bought it again on CD. "Are You Normal" follows Ned's Atomic Dustbin's formula of success first seen in their debut album "God Fodder:" First, you have the consistent bouncy /5(15).

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