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Teenage Fanclub - What You Do To Me (CD)


Download Teenage Fanclub - What You Do To Me (CD)
1992
Label: DGC - PRO-CD-4417 • Format: CD EP, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Teenage Fanclub - What You Do To Me (CD) ”

  1. In cardboard sleeve. Track 2 titled "Maharishi Dug The Scene" on What You Do To Me US maxi single. Track 3 is a T. Rex cover. CD and sleeve made in France. All tracks published by Polygram Music, except track 3: Published by Westminster Music Ltd/5(15).
  2. Original version of "What You Do To Me" from the DGC Cassette and Compact Disc Bandwagonesque Track 3: previously unreleased. Issued in a plain cardboard sleeve with a circular window on one side and an sticker on the other side featuring U.S. tour dates/5(3).
  3. Jan 27,  · Check out What You Do To Me by Teenage Fanclub on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on boarhetdistcaspasi.asinvihysihamnalchkastpiberpemit.co
  4. What You Do to Me, the second single from Teenage Fanclub's breakthrough Bandwagonesque, is without a doubt the most sublime word love song ever written. A wonderfully stupid, sappy, and sloppy pop singalong, it's here in two versions, one the original LP cut and another that appends the closing riff of the grungy instrumental "Satan."5/
  5. The gold standard of the early-'90s power pop revival, in its own way Bandwagoneque was as much a benchmark as contemporary records like Nevermind and Loveless; though not the generational rallying cry of the former nor the revolutionary sonic breakthrough of the latter, Teenage Fanclub's sophomore album nevertheless heralded the return of melody and craft, coupled with energy and spirit 10/
  6. Aug 11,  · If Teenage Fanclub once seemed like a ceaseless rush of endorphins, their new sound was a small plane taking off: It seemed to glide on its own, and, before you knew it, was airborne.
  7. The second album, Bandwagonesque and ragged guitar riffs. It is a bit dark and mysterious but, being Teenage Fanclub, you know they weren't born under a bad sign, either. "Catholic Education".
  8. Teenage Fanclub are a Scottish alternative rock band formed in Bellshill near Glasgow in The band was founded by Norman Blake (vocals, guitar), Raymond McGinley (vocals, lead guitar) and Gerard Love (vocals, bass), all of whom shared lead vocals and songwriting duties until Love's departure in As of , the band's lineup consists of Blake, McGinley, Francis MacDonald (drums.
  9. May 03,  · “in a world where you're only as good as your last chorus, Teenage Fanclub are rarely less than Very Good Indeed.” - Melody Maker, “In a world of tortoises and hares, Teenage Fanclub still has a knack for pulling off great pop rock records with measured, unwavering consistency.” - AV Music. Release Date: 13th July The Album.

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