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Robert "Throb" Young (19 November 1964 – 9 September 2014) was a Scottish musician. He was a member of the alternative rock band Primal Scream from 1984 to 2006. Young met Primal Scream singer Bobby Gillespie when they were both studying at Kings Park Secondary School in Glasgow, and he joined the band in 1984. Young performed on every Primal Scream album until his departure in 2006. Young was originally the bass player. Primal Scream's debut album, Sonic Flower Groove, was released in 1987
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Throb Throb is an album by Chicago punk band Naked Raygun, released on Homestead Records in 1985. It was the first of the band's releases to feature the musicianship of John Haggerty whose guitar playing distinguished the band's sound during the 1980s. Quarterstick Records reissued the album in 1999, and added an early version of "Libido" as bonus material, which originally appeared on the Flammable Solid 7". Contents.
Good Throb - Fuck Off (Full album). Good Throb - S/T 7". 3 anos atrás. The Hello GoodBye Show 08/02/2014 - Good Throb. Good Throb "Acid House". Good throb - psycho disco. Good throb - double white denim. BELGRADO - Belgrado (Full Album) 2011. Haram - When You Have Won, You Have Lost (Full Album). Good Throb - You Ain't Never. Good throb - crab walk. Good Throb - Headache. Good Throb - Feminazi.
Throb" is a song by American singer Janet Jackson from her fifth studio album, Janet (1993). It was written and produced by Jackson, James Harris III and Terry Lewis and is a house song. It was released commercially in the Netherlands as the album's sixth single on June 18, 1994, while in the United States it was a radio-only release. Throb" was well received by critics who appreciated its production
In honour of Primal Scream’s guitarist, who has sadly died, we revisit the band’s dirtiest riffs. Robert Throb Young was more than just a guitarist for Primal Scream. With his leather trousers and untamed mane, he was symbolic of the rock’n’roll stance that defined the band, and his musical obsessions provided the gateway towards the band’s hard-rockin’, Stones’n’Stooges moments.