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Bongos, Bass & Bob - Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) mp3 flac

Performer: Bongos, Bass & Bob
Title: Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???)
Style: Lo-Fi, Noise, Avantgarde
Released: 1988
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1712 mb
Size FLAC version: 1239 mb
Size WMA version: 1865 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 365
Format: VOX AHX ADX AUD APE AAC MP4
Genre: Jazz / Rock / World - Country - Folk

Bongos, Bass & Bob - Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) mp3 flac


Опубликовано: 7 июн. 2013 г. Bongos, Bass & Bob ΓÇÄΓÇô Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They . Oral Hygiene Clothes Of The Dead Walkin' In The Park Temporarily Like Bob Dylan Li'l Bluebird Mr. Lemke Hey, Shirley What's Your Name, Babe?

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Bob/Oral Hygiene Well every day. I like to get up and brush my teeth I put on my tennis shoes And I go out on the street Everyone I see They think that I'm so keen Is it my personality No, it's that oral hygiene I like, oh yeah To keep my teeth clean, uh huh Yes I like it, whoah oh That oral hygiene Said. I like o co To keep my teeth clean, uh huh Yes I like it, That oral hygiene-giene Bum ba dum ba da ba da Bum ba da whoah oh oh Bum ba dum hi-y'-hi Bum bad dum bum (repeat) Well I keep my glass Right by the sink And when I finish brushing I take a little. Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, Bob! (What on Earth Were They Thinking?) Jan 1st 1989.

Well every day I like to get up and brush my teeth I put on my tennis shoes And I go out on the street. Everyone I see They think that I'm so keen Is it my personality No, it's that oral hygiene. I like, oh yeah To keep my teeth clean, uh huh Yes I like it, whoah oh That oral hygiene. Said I like o co To keep my teeth clean, uh huh Yes I like it, That oral hygiene-giene. Bum ba dum ba da ba da Bum ba da whoah oh oh Bum ba dum hi-y'-hi Bum bad dum bum (repeat)

Never Mind The Bollocks was furious, funny, and wildly obnoxious. They’d recently sacked bass player Glen Matlock, and when they went into the studio in March 1977 with his replacement, Sid Vicious, they found that he couldn’t play the required parts. While the band signed and then unsigned to A&M records after being dropped like a hot potato by EMI, guitarist Steve Jones stepped into the breach to play the bass bits, and eventually, once the band finally inked a deal with Virgin, Never Mind The Bollock. ade it into shops at the end of October 1977. A less than promising background then, but as it turned out, it was worth the wait.

Sex Pistols Break Down ‘Never Mind the Bollocks’ Track by Track. As the British punk landmark turns 40, Johnny Rotten and Glen Matlock look back. The album’s legacy will soon be the focus of a comprehensive 40th-anniversary box set. The collection includes the original album, a disc of rarities, another containing live recordings from Europe, a 48-page book and a DVD featuring several live performances on the . tour, as well as the band’s infamous riverboat party on the Thames during the Queen’s jubilee celebrations. That was my frustration of what on earth is the right answer, and it was my honest gut reaction: Fuck this, fuck that/Fuck it all and fuck the fucking brat/I don’t want a baby that looks like that/I don’t want a baby that looks like that. And then I’m crying as the baby, Mommy, I’m not an animal/Daddy, I’m not an abortion.

Sex Pistols – Live 76 (2016).

The Sex Pistols had already caused pandemonium with their debut single Anarchy in the UK, causing questions to be asked in Parliament and the national newspapers. The furore forced EMI and then A&M to dismiss them from their recording contract and the BBC to ban them from the airwaves. A record shop that sold the single was prosecuted for indecency. Johnny Rotten returns us to earth with a bump, espousing a basic humanist philosophy, an articulate and eloquent diatribe on a post war dream gone wrong: You won’t find me working 9 to 5. It’s too much fun being alive. I’m using my feet for my human machine. What Rotten is concerned with is the here and now. He attacks all types of invocations to higher powers including God ( I kick you in the brains when you pray to your god (No Feelings), political institutions (God Save The Queen) and business corporations (EMI).

The Sex Pistols one and only true studio album. The legendary ‘Never Mind the Bollocks Here’s The Sex Pistols’. Sid Vicious, who replaced original bassist Glen Matlock in February 1977, does not play on the album. Although rumour has it he appears somewhere in the mix on ‘Bodies’. With the exception of ‘Anarchy in the UK’ – which features Matlock – bass duties were supplied by Steve Jones. The album’s working title was ‘God Save The Sex Pistols’ but changed to the far superior ‘Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’. A catchphrase coined through Steve Jones. On the album’s release, more controversy surrounded the band when police took exception to its title being displayed in a shop window.

Here the original album release –produced by Chris Thomas and engineered by Bill Price at Wessex Studios in Islington – has been remastered from recently unearthed master tapes, as have the 21 demos, studio rarities and b-sides that fill the second CD. Obviously, you won’t find any discarded SMiLE-style orchestral arrangements here, nor will you find many pipe-chewing audiophiles admiring the crisply remastered sonics on their Bang & Olufsens. Sometimes it’s only Lydon’s declamatory, Shakespearean street-urchin howl that sets them apart from the rock dinosaurs they were meant to usurp. It’s also instructive to compare Lydon’s vocals on earlier demos (cockier, dafter, more playful) to those recorded after he was stabbed by neo-fascists in June 1977 (more paranoid, filled with self-loathing and hysteria, howling the Catholic blues). Any chance of more Sex Pistols shows?

Tracklist

Oral Hygiene
Clothes Of The Dead
Walkin' In The Park
Temporarily Like Bob Dylan
Li'l Bluebird
Mr. Lemke
Hey, Shirley
What's Your Name, Babe?
Rent Control (Our Life Together)
Clearly Unhealthy
Cain't Grow A Beard
Payday
Thorazine Shuffle
Die Tryin' To Escape
Girls With Guns
Gun In My Hand And I'm Waiting On My Woman

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BBB3 Bongos, Bass & Bob Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) ‎(LP, Album, Cle) 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts Records BBB3 US 1988
BBB3c Bongos, Bass & Bob Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass & Bob! (What On Earth Were They Thinking??) ‎(Cass, Album) 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts Records BBB3c US 1988
BBB3-2 Bongos, Bass & Bob Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) ‎(CD, Album) 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts Records BBB3-2 US 1988
BBB3 Bongos, Bass & Bob Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) ‎(LP, Album, Cle + LP, Album, TP) 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts Records BBB3 US 1988
BBB3 Bongos, Bass & Bob Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here's Bongos, Bass, And Bob (What On Earth Were They Thinking???) ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl, ) 50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Watts Records BBB3 US 1988