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Ill Go - The Chesterfield Kings - Dont Open Til Doomsday (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Don't Open Til Doomsday, an Album by The Chesterfield Kings. Released in on Mirror (catalog no. MIRROR 12; Vinyl LP). Genres: Garage Rock Revival.
  2. Discografia Album. - Here are the Chesterfield Kings - (Mirror Records MR-9) - Stop! - (Mirror Records MR) - Don't Open Till Doomsday - (Mirror Records MR, featuring Dee Dee Ramone, cassette) - Night of The Living Eyes - (Mirror Records MR, raccolta) - Berlin Wall of Sound - (Mirror Records MR) - Drunk On Muddy Water - (Mirror Records MCD).
  3. CHESTERFIELD KINGS Vinyl Records and CDs: American garage rock band from Rochester, N.Y. The Chesterfield Kings Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Up and Down - Chesterfield Kings on AllMusic -
  5. Although the Chesterfield Kings promised that the group would never sound like anything after The Rolling Stones' Aftermath, Let's Go Get Stoned is a tribute to the post-Aftermath Stones, replete with Stones covers ("Street Fighting Man" and "Can't Believe It"), songs The Stones covered (Merle Haggard's "Sing Me Back Home"), and Kings originals that mimic The Stones.
  6. View all records by Chesterfield Kings for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  7. California-based Joanna Brouk composed slow, sparse works intended for meditation and reflection, utilizing acoustic instruments, vintage synthesizers, field recordings, and the human voice. Her music was inspired by classical minimalism, but it was embraced by the burgeoning new age movement during the s. She spent numerous hours experimenting with synthesizers at the Center for.
  8. In , the Chesterfield Kings were still doing pretty much the same thing they were years earlier: an album comprised mostly of covers of '60s garage classics, with a few originals in the same style. In fact, just four of the 17 tracks here are group compositions, the covers spanning nuggets relatively obscure (the Spiders' "Don't Blow Your Mind," the Electric Prunes' "Ain't It Hard.

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