UFO, Please Take Her Home - Coachwhips - Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ UFO, Please Take Her Home - Coachwhips - Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine (Cassette, Album)

  1. Mizahn
    Feb 20,  · Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Redeye Distribution (on behalf of Narnack Records); Music Sales (Publishing), ASCAP, UMPG Publishing, AdRev Publishing, and 3 Music Rights.
  2. Kigak
    Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine, an Album by Coachwhips. Released 11 February on Narnack (catalog no. NCKCD; CD). Genres: Garage Punk.
  3. Bahn
    Mar 16,  · Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine () Narnack Records Album Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine; Coachwhips - Ufo, Please Take Her Home - Duration: MemorableSaxRiff 13, views.
  4. Gushicage
    Note different price than regular black vinyl version.. Castle Face announces a loogie-shined re-release of Coachwhips’ Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine on CD and vinyl! Following last year’s reissue of Hands on the Controls, the label continues dusting off the vaults, unearthing another screeching, swaggering beast.
  5. Masar
    The San Francisco group built their tremendous live reputation in their hometown by performing while immersed in the middle of the crowd, and they bring that kinetic, chaotic energy to Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine. It's not exactly garage rock. Rather, it's an infectious hybrid of distorted blues riffs, punk attitude, and ravenous dance grooves.
  6. Tojazahn
    Coachwhips' Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine is a perfect example of an album that gets its inspiration from different eras. Singer/guitarist John Dwyer's blues-based riffs have been heavily influenced by '60s garage rock; he's obviously well aware of the myomibimaconsifordchrominzutrarear.coinfo his distorted vocals and the band's overall recklessness owe more to the punk and alternative rock of the '80s and '90s.
  7. Moogull
    The San Francisco group built their tremendous live reputation in their hometown by performing while immersed in the middle of the crowd, and they bring that kinetic, chaotic energy to Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine. It's not exactly garage rock. Rather, it's an infectious hybrid of distorted blues riffs, punk attitude, and ravenous dance grooves/5(4).
  8. Fenrijar
    Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine, an album by Coachwhips on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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