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Download Yesterdays Numbers - Flamin Groovies* - Teenage Head (CD, Album) album flac mp3


1999
Label: Buddha Records - BUDGMJ1,Buddha Records - BUADV99627-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll
Yesterdays Numbers - Flamin Groovies* - Teenage Head (CD, Album)

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Teenage Head" on Discogs/5(14).

While sound perception varies greatly among individuals our vinyl replica CDs are designed to provide the optimal listening experience when using flat EQ settings. Brand new, original, factory-shrinkwrapped, limited edition CD release. Tracklisting: 1. High Flyin’ Baby 2. City Lights 3. Have You Seen My Baby? 4. Yesterday s Numbers 5. Teenage Head 6. 7.

 · Yesterday's Numbers is an odd collection, containing all of Teenage Head, several cuts from Floamingo and outtakes from Still Shakin'. The songs that casual fans will know -- namely, "Shake Some Action" and "You Tore Me Down" -- aren't here, but Yesterday's Numbers captures the idiosyncratic pop group at their hard-rocking best; considering the number of tracks you get for a mid-line price, the disc 8/10(3).

4. Yesterday's Numbers 5. Teenage Head 6. 7. Evil Hearted Ada 8. Doctor Boogie 9. Whiskey Woman Shakin' All Over That'll Be The Day Louie Louie Walkin' The Dog Scratch My Back Carol Going Out Theme/5(84).

Yesterday's Numbers: Teenage Head: Evil Hearted Ada: Doctor Boogie: Whiskey Woman: Shakin' All Over (Bonus Track)/5(6).


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1 Responses to Yesterdays Numbers - Flamin Groovies* - Teenage Head (CD, Album)

  1. Zulkishura says:

     · Miriam Linna once opined that the Roy Loney-era lineup of the Flamin' Groovies suggested what the Rolling Stones would have sounded like if they'd sworn their allegiance to the sound and style of Sun Records instead of Chess Records. If one wants to buy this theory (and it sounds reasonable to me), then Teenage Head was the Groovies' alternate-universe version of Sticky Fingers, an album /10().

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