- Performer:Original Sins
- Title:Big Soul
- Style:Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Garage Rock Revival
- Date of release:1987
- Recording location:Swiftwater Studios, Swiftwater, PA
- Size FLAC version1251 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1600 megabytes
- Size WMA version1392 megabytes
- Formats:MPC RA XM DTS APE ASF
Home Garage Rock Original Sins, The Big Soul '1987. 12 Why Don't You Smile, Joan.
Move is the fourth studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, released in early 1992 through Psonik Records. The album was intended to be a break into mainstream music for the band, but the record sold poorly among its initial release. but most of the production was actually done by John Keane.
Big Soul is the debut album of American garage punk band The Original Sins, released in 1987 through Bar/None Records on vinyl format. The record was reissued in 1994 on CD format, which included bonus tracks, an alternative track listing, and different artwork. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Big Soul Album.
The Original Sins were a garage rock band that formed in 1987 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The group were known for combining the musical stylings of punk rock, psychedelic rock, and even pop music with their songs. The band released a total of nine full-length studio albums across their entire. content as the original album, but in new packaging.
The Big Soul-Band (LP, Album, RE, RM). Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records. The Big Soul-Band (CD, Album, RE, RM).
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The band was started by John Terlesky who had been bumping around in various bands including The Creatures of The Golden Dawn who still play today.
Original Sins contains the first nine issues of Hellblazer. I was first introduced to these comics a few years back, but I didn't complete more than a flip-through before putting them on the 'maybe later' shelf in my mind. I can't for the life of me remember why because this was pretty damned awesome. Jumping into Original Sins I was surprised at a few things, one is just how heavily politicized it was. Constantine takes on skin-heads, demons during election year, supports a friend with AIDS and pops over the . to witness a Vietnam flashback. I dunno why I was so surprise I've been aware of Constantine for a long time, mostly through cross-overs with other comics, and the Reeves movie (which I actually liked sorry for the heresy) I hadn't really read through much of his actual stuff though.
CreditsNewton Allen - Composer
Ken Bussiere - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Lee Dick - Engineer
Dave Ferrara - Drums, Vocals (Background)
James MacMillan - Engineer, Mixing
Dan McKinney - Keyboards
Glenn Morrow - Liner Notes, Mixing, Producer
Original Sins - Primary Artist
Bico Stupakoff - Photography
John J.T. Terlesky - Composer, Guitar, Mixing, Producer, Vocals
Elizabeth VanItallie - Design
|1||Just 14 John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:52|
|2||Not Gonna Be All Right John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:13|
|3||Can't Feel a Thing John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:25|
|4||Possession John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:22|
|5||All in My Head John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:40|
|6||Your Way John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:40|
|7||My Mother's Mirror John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||2:34|
|8||Road to Emmaus Newton Allen / John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||2:13|
|9||The Party's Over Now John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:01|
|10||Help Yourself John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||2:42|
|11||Read Your Mind John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:12|
|12||Why Don't You Smile, Joan? John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||2:54|
|13||Inside/Out John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||4:14|
|14||Big Soul John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:23|
|15||I Want to Live John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:17|
|16||Sugar, Sugar John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||3:39|
|17||Route 66||Original Sins||1:27|
|18||The Timekeeper John J.T. Terlesky||Original Sins||2:55|