- Performer:The Carnation
- Title:Spy for the Band (Singles and More)
- Style:Japanese Traditions
- Date of release:September 21, 2000
- Size FLAC version1623 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1592 megabytes
- Size WMA version1291 megabytes
- Formats:MMF VQF DXD APE MP1 VOX
Spy" The band became prominent on the Sydney pub rock scene, performing politically charged songs dealing with issues such as racism, drugs and the homeless. Shortly after the release of their debut EP, in early 1983, the band broke up. Bloxom briefly joined The Numbers in March 1983 but re-formed v. Spy v. Spy in July 1983, with Marcus Phelan (ex-The Numbers) joining as a second guitarist. Time" in March 1993 and "One Way Street" in June 1993. Neither album nor singles charted into the Top 40, causing the band to consider another split. However, due to the influence of Australian surfers in Brazil, the band had by now built up a considerable Brazilian following, so they stuck with it for several Brazilian tours.
The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.
Carnation will perform for the first time in Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Nottingham and of course at the previously announced Damnation Festival in Leeds. It’s time for us to announce five more shows for our upcoming tour in Japan, which is set to take place later this year from October 4 until October 11, 2019. Carnation is thrilled to perform for the first time in Nagoya, Osaka, Nagano and Yokohama Early 2013, guitar player Jonathan Verstrepen created the band to show his appreciation for the old school death metal legends from the ‘80s & early ‘90s. Vocalist Simon Duson, bass player Yarne Heylen, guitar player Bert Vervoort, and drummer Vincent Verstrepen were summoned to complete the band, and it didn’t take long until the chemistry between this quintet to hit critical mass.
The singles discography is based on the chronological listings of singles appearing in Goldmine magazine, Vo. 7, N. 5, Issue 287, July 1991, with loads of additions and corrections from fans and collectors. Includes singles by Ronnie Hawkins and The Hawks, the pre-Band groups Paul London and the Capers, The Canadian Squires and Levon and the Hawks, Bob Dylan with The Band, singles released by The Band after 1968, and solo singles. Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks. Paul London & the Capers. The Canadian Squires. Bob Dylan and The Band/Hawks. featuring future members of the Band). Promo single for the 1977 solo album Rick Danko, with the Rick Danko/Emmett Grogan song "Java Blues" in mono version on A-side and in stereo on B-side.
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I Spy was a Canadian hardcore punk band founded in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1991, relocated to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1994, and disbanded in 1996. Combining childish humour and politically oriented emotive hardcore, the group released several records on Recess Records and toured internationally. Front man Todd Kowalski later joined Propagandhi.
Singles A's & B's. Deep Purple Mk1-2 compilation, 1968-1971. Included a number of tracks rare at the time, including the early take of Speed King. 1: Hush, One More Rainy Day, Emmaretta, Wring That Neck, Hallelujah, April Pt 1 2; Black Night, Speed King (demo), Strange Kind Of Woman, I’m Alone, Demon’s Eye, Fireball. GREAT BRITAIN : Harvest SHSM 2026 : October 1978. Also a limited number pressed in purple vinyl. Also in Italy (Harvest 3C 054 61470) in blue vinyl. Originally called Clump (alternately Klump), the band was composed of lead singer and guitarist Todd Kowalski ("Todd the Rod"), lead guitarist Jeromy Van Dusen ("Rary"), bassist Juan David Guerrero ("Guido" or "Olive"), and drummer James Ash ("Jimmy Juice Pig"). With a blend of childish humour and serious, radical left wing political subject matter, the band garnered a following in the Canadian punk rock scene behind several releases on Recess Records and extensive touring.
CreditsThe Carnation - Primary Artist
|1||Edo River||The Carnation|
|2||It's a Beautiful Day||The Carnation|
|5||Garden City Life||The Carnation|
|7||No Goodbye||The Carnation|
|8||New Morning||The Carnation|
|11||Real Man||The Carnation|
|13||Oh My God||The Carnation|
|14||Are You There with Another Girl||The Carnation|
|15||Dream Goes on Forever||The Carnation|