Whos Out There? - The Flaming Stars - Songs From The Bar Room Floor (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Songs From the Bar Room Floor: The Flaming Stars: 1: Sell Your Soul to the Flaming Stars: The Flaming Stars: 1: Pathway: The Flaming Stars: 1 — A Walk on the Wired Side: The Flaming Stars: 1 — Born Under a Bad Neon Sign: The Flaming Stars: 1 — Named and Shamed: The Flaming Stars: 1 — Sunset & Void: The Flaming Stars: 1.
  2. Dec 15,  · The Flaming Stars - Songs From the Bar Room Floor Vinyl Japan [] I feel like someone should come to my house and strangle me because I .
  3. The Flaming Stars: Songs From The Bar Room Floor,album, review, tracklist, mp3, lyrics.
  4. Songs from the Bar Room Floor is the first album by The Flaming Stars. It was recorded entirely using valve equipment at Toe Rag Studios in London during January and February Produced by Liam Watson and The Flaming ontinedisgapa.leiweaniniturlereehephanaradoct.infoinfo: Garage Punk, Indie rock.
  5. The Face On The Bar Room Floor: 2: Forget My Name: 3: You Can't Lie: 4: Who's Out There? 5: Burnt Out Wreck Of A Man: 6: Bring Me The Rest Of Alfredo Garcia: 7: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye: 8: The Ballad Of The Walking Wounded: 9: Downhill Without Brakes: Theme From 'Dog Instruction' Back Of My Mind: Down To You: Oncoming Train: 14 /5(4).
  6. The garage band the Flaming Stars came together in under the guidance of ex-Gallon Drunk drummer Max Decharne (vocals/keyboards). Joining him .
  7. Aug 19,  · The Flaming Stars were a garage band with style. To understand the visual image, look no further than the cover of their first LP, Songs From The Bar Room Floor (which included the immortal "Bring Me The Rest Of Alfredo Garcia"). To get the idea of the music, well, you've got seven albums of rock'n'roll perfection.
  8. In January , five of us in a North London band called the Flaming Stars showed up at the original Toe-Rag Studios in Shoreditch to record our debut EP for a small label called Vinyl Japan UK. We’d been gigging for all of two months, and had no great plans for the future.

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