Splinter - Which Way Will I Get Home album flac
Title: Which Way Will I Get Home
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1706 mb
FLAC album: 1440 mb
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The final Splinter album was Splinter, which was released in the UK in 1980 on the Bellaphon label. The album was also issued in Japan the following year under the title Sail Away, with a song called "Pigalle" used in place of "All That Love". Splinter finally split up in 1984 Discography. 1974: The Place I Love (US Dark Horse SP 22001) (UK AMLH 22001) (Japan King AML-220) . Which Way Will I Get Home". Berkley House Hotel". What Is It (If You Never Ever Tried It Yourself)".
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Track was produced and arranged by Tom Scott. Vocals by Bill Elliott and Bob Purvis, with. Splinter - Which Way Will I Get Home (1975). Single with lyrics on screen as requested from their 1975 album 'Harder To Live'. Signed to George Harrison's Dark Horse record label singing here are North. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone.
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Never Gonna Find Me," "Long Way Home," and "Lightning Rod" each bristle with overdriven guitars and Dexter Holland's high-pitched bleating; they're somewhat workmanlike, but still roil with that precision fury particular to a veteran band. At the same time, Holland, guitarist Noodles, and bassist Greg Kriesel can't resist returning to the towel-slapping trash humor and mean-spirited loathing that typified past tracks like "Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)" and "Self Esteem. They'll be more than happy with Splinter, which crams every last piece of the Offspring puzzle - slickly produced rock racket, hints of anti-establishment rabble-rousing, and reams of relationship and strip mall culture gaggery - into its brief half-hour run time.
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|Green Line Bus||4:01|
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