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Hell Beach - Scientists* - You Get What You Deserve! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Turning off will mean that your IP address is not sent to Google. This site tracks activity, used for customised advertising across several services Facebook. Turning off will mean that your activity is not sent to these services. View Your Wish List Close. Mixed by Bill Gill and Brad Grisdale. This mix of these tracks has never been released on CD. In this case Au-Go-Go managed to secure copies of the multi track recordings and mixed them without any involvement of the Scientists or their producer, Peter Watts.

Note 2: Band approved version of this album, with additional 3 tracks out of 5 from the "Demolition Derby" sessions in Brussels. Engineered by Steve Forward. Engineered by Bill Gill. Engineered by John McGowan. Produced by Richard Mazda. In these same studios Johnny Thunders recorded his "Que Sera" album. Recording info: Recorded Or could have.

I made a mental note expecting to screw it up and throw it in the recycling. But no! We gave it a go. The song was only ever on an official bootleg of a live-to-air public radio broadcast thanks, 2SER! Mixed by Myles Mumford. Produced by The Scientists.

The tracks are not available anywhere else. Notes: Put out by the band and also given away at gigs. Mixed by Tony Cohen. Notes: Part of the 'Trauma Pack'. Both tracks are also available on the "Rubber Never Sleeps" album. Have You Seen My Baby? Recording info: Tracks rehearsal sessions recorded Kim's place -the 'loft'- in Northbridge, Perth during June Other tracks available on DL. And one has to wonder how British p-rockers took to their perverted take on Elvis' squishy Kissin' Cousins.

Made by musicians who never considered themselves "punks," and who in fact abhorred the label, ' I'm Stranded' is nevertheless one of the definitive statements in the genre, and it has maintained its force to this day. One could not find a more profoundly alienated album than Eternally Yours , a series of yowling protests, twisted prophecies, and savage put-downs, including the snarling second version of the single This Perfect Day.

But, though the record was loud and for the most part swift, the group applied the brakes to their sound somewhat, and a couple of songs, including the caustic album opener Know Your Product , were dressed by a soul-styled horn section. Punk loyalists ran for cover. The record is slow, almost listless at times, and its logy originals are complemented by incongruous Otis Redding and Aretha Franklin covers with none of the energy of earlier Saints soul-blasts.

It is an album primarily for loyalists, and by then there were few in that number. Kuepper exited the band on the heels of the third album's release and returned to Australia, where he enjoyed a long career as leader of the Laughing Clowns and later solo artist; Bailey continued to perform under the Saints mantle with a shifting lineup that at last count numbered more than 30 players over the course of 37 years.

Its mastermind was guitarist, songwriter, and producer Deniz Tek, a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, who emigrated to Sydney in to study medicine. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Atom Bomb Baby. Kim Salmon. It Came Out of the Sky. John Fogerty. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.

Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date August 19, Track Listing - Disc 1. Frantic Romantic. Shake Together Tonite. Last Night. It's for Real. Pissed on Another Planet. Shadows of the Night. I'm Looking for You. She Says She Loves Me. Sorry Sorry Sorry.

That Girl. High Noon. Teenage Dreamer. Another Sunday. Walk the Plank. Making a Scene. It'll Never Happen Again. DISC 2.

Tracks originally released as the Karbon LP You Get What You Deserve! Track 11 originally included on the Soundwork 12" Demolition Derby Track 12 originally included as the Karbon 7" Single You Only Live Twice Tracks originally released as the Karbon LP The Human Jukebox Cassette Cat. No. NUM

8 thought on “Hell Beach - Scientists* - You Get What You Deserve! (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. Daimuro says:
    Los Scientists fueron una influyente banda de post-punk de la zona australiana de Perth (cuna de Tame Impala, por ejemplo). Su sonido radicaba en un oscurantismo post-punk con elementos frenéticos de garage, punk blues y noise. Weird Love es en esta línea un disco asimilable y divertido. Lanzado en y grabado en Inglaterra, recopila nuevas versiones de temas de sus primeros singles y EP.
  2. Mikarn says:
    The Scientists ReleaseProduct You Get What You Deserve Label Numero Group Catalogue Number NUMdig1 Release Date January 1,
  3. Dubar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Get What You Deserve! on Discogs. Label: Karbon - KARL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • 4/5(25).
  4. Tagrel says:
    You Get What You Deserve! LP (Karbon UK, , KAR L) Hell Beach If It's The Last Thing That I Do Bad Priest Demolition Derby It Came Out Of The Sky Atom Bomb Baby Go Baby Go Psycho Cook Supreme Lead Foot Murderess In A Purple Dress Weird Love LP (Karbon UK, , KAR L) Swampland Hell Beach Demolition Derby.
  5. Gardabei says:
    But their deal with Au Go Go fell apart acrimoniously; while they made a pair of fog-bound albums, You Get What You Deserve () and The Human Jukebox () for Karbon Records (and a set of re-recorded songs, Weird Love, was issued in the U.S. by Big Time Records), they scraped by in Britain.
  6. JoJorr says:
    1. Gin Blossoms - Back Of A Car 2. The Afghan Whigs - Nightime 3. Matthew Sweet - Ballad Of El Goodo 4. Juliana Hatfield - Don't Lie To Me 5. Idle Wilds - You Get What You Deserve 6. Whiskeytown - Give Me Another Chance 7. Kelly Willis - When My Baby's Beside Me 8. Teenage Fanclub - Jesus Christ 9. The Posies - What's Goin Ahn Wilco.
  7. Daijar says:
    Milton Smalling: 'If You Break The Curfew (12")' (CSA) 05 August (BFBS) Scientists: 'Hell Beach (LP-You Get What You Deserve)' (Karbon) 05 August (BFBS) Pogues: 'I'm A Man You Don't Meet Every Day (LP-Rum Sodomy & The Lash)' (Stiff) 12 August (BFBS) Mekons: 'Abemant /5 (LP-Fear And Whiskey)' (Sire) 12 August (BFBS).
  8. Vudolar says:
    Feb 09,  · Provided to YouTube by BWSCD, Inc. Hell Beach · The Scientists You Get What You Deserve ℗ Numero Group Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.

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