Hardship Post - Hack album flac
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Hardship Post-Colourblind 2 guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. NOTE- file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the .Date: Tue, 09 Jan 1996 15:01:48 -0400 (EDT) From: Murray Stevenson Subject: CRD: "Colourblind" by Hardship Post. Colourblind - Hardship Post -. transcribed by: murray stevenson (mstevensontu.
Hardship Post won as Best Alternative Band at the 1994 East Coast Music Awards, and were nominated for the same award in 1996 The band broke up in 1997. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. 1992: Sugarcane/Canopy (7" single). 1993: Mood Ring (EP). 1994: Why Don't You and I Smooth Things Over (7" single) (7" single).
Hardship Post (later The Hardship Post) was a Canadian alternative rock band, that formed in St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1992 and moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia, during the Halifax Pop Explosion of the early 1990s. The band originally consisted of vocalist and guitarist Sebastian Lippa, bassist Mike Kean and drummer Matt Clarke. Initially signed to Murderecords, they released the EPs Mood Ring and Hack in 1993, and undertook their first cross-Canada tour to support the recordings. Mike Pick would replace Kean on bass in mid-1993.
Hack is an album by the freestyle synthpop band Information Society. The album sold quite well but did not outsell the band's first album. It is the only ted title that has the modern Tommy Boy Records logo on it. The menacing car on the cover is "Vector", Kurt Harland's heavily customized 1973 Plymouth Satellite Sebring. The cassette tape for this album used an unusual naming convention for the sides. Instead of 1 and 2 or A and B, there was the Gilligan Side and the Skipper Side.