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When Everybodys Happy - Violent Femmes - New Times (CD, Album)

14.08.2019
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  1. Jun 25,  · When Everybody's Happy · Violent Femmes New Times ℗ Craft Recordings, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc. Released on: Composer: Brian Ritchie Composer: Gordon Gano.
  2. When Everybody's Happy Double Bass – Brian Ritchie Drums, Percussion, Violent Femmes: New Times ‎ (CD, Album, Club) Elektra: E2 Canada: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release/5(23).
  3. About New Times. New Times is the sixth studio album released by Violent Femmes in It is the first album to not feature original drummer Victor DeLorenzo on drums, who had been replaced by Guy Hoffman. "Breakin' Up," a song lead singer Gordon Gano had written years before, was the lead single.
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from New Times by Violent Femmes Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. When Everybody's Happy: 9. Agamemnon: This Island Life: I Saw You In The Crowd: album. New Times Violent Femmes. 13 songs (50 minutes) Released on May 17, My.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for New Times - Violent Femmes on AllMusic - - This quirky release shows the Violent Femmes.
  6. Happy New Year. Permanent Record: The Very Best Of Violent Femmes. Violent Femmes (Bonus CD) (Dlx) Violent Femmes Live Recordings. Freak Magnet. Viva Wisconsin. Why Do Birds Sing? More.
  7. New Times is the sixth studio album released by Violent Femmes in It is the first album to not feature original drummer Victor DeLorenzo on drums, who had been replaced by Guy Hoffman. "Breakin' Up," a song lead singer Gordon Gano had written years before, was the lead single. Its video received minor airplay on MTV and appears on the band's DVD, Permanent Record - Live & Otherwise. The .
  8. New Times is an entirely appropriate title for this most eclectic of albums from a most eclectic band. The Violent Femmes have changed quite visibly with the exit of Victor DeLorenzo and the entrance of Guy Hoffman on drums. I'll admit it took a few listens for this CD to really start appealing to me.

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