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The Headies - (Every Little Thing Breaks My) Punk Rock Heart (Vinyl)

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  1. The Headies have been the hottest band in Delaware since the begining of time. This record further expands on the concept of meta-pop through the lense of the love song. Not content with being sonically appealing, The Headies have raised the bar in the visual arts realm on this record as well, with drummer Todd Purse delivering a two-color silkscreen on the back of the pebefakarrebyvijecoutetavan.coinfo: Bloated Kat Records.
  2. My introduction to Lookout was around spring , when the legendary George Gelestino at Vinyl Ink Records, outside of Washington DC, saw me come into the store and beckoned me over. He know me as a kid who bought all the new New York hardcore 7"s on Revelation, but also loved all /5(19).
  3. Appeal to Reason, an Album by Rise Against. Released 7 October on Interscope (catalog no. B; CD). Genres: Punk Rock, Melodic Hardcore. Featured peformers: Tim McIlrath (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Zach Blair (lead guitar, backing vocals), Joe Principe (bass, backing vocals), Brandon Barnes (drums), Chad Price (backing vocals), Bill Stevenson (producer, engineer), Jason.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Break My Heart on Discogs.
  5. Meta-Pop, an album by The Headies 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. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  6. The Headies (Every Little Thing Breaks My) Punk Rock Heart: The Hempsteadys Seance! Seance! The Hextalls Play With Heart: The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There: The Humpers Positively Sick On 4th Street: The Icemen The Iceman: The Interrupters Say It Out Loud: The Isotopes Nuclear Strikezone: The Lawrence Arms Metropole: The Lillingtons The.
  7. Human After All was bullshit. Robot Rock for example was the weakest example of sampling I've ever heard in my life. RAM was a dissapointment. Nile Rodgers, the bassist dude and Paul jackson really added a lot to that album and apart from 'Doing it Right', every other song is kinda bad.

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