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Hypocrite Blues - Hoodoo Gurus - Crank (CD, Album)

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  1. HOODOO GURUS Vinyl Records and CDs: Australian garage rock band formed in Sydney in and disbanded in They reformed in Members: * Dave Faulkner - Guitar, Lead Vocals * Rick Grossman - Bass, Vocals * Brad Shepherd - Guitar, Vocals.
  2. Electric Chair is a compilation album by Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus. It was originally released as a 2-CD set with Armchair Gurus, the album features seventeen Hoodoo Gurus' rock/party tracks whilst Armchair Gurus contains seventeen ballads and slower songs. The double set contains two tracks not previously found on Gurus' albums and five totally new songs including the single "The.
  3. "The Right Time" was a single by iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus which reached #41 on the ARIA Singles Charts. It was released on RCA Records in November, ; and was written by Dave Faulkner. First B side "Road Hog" was written by Brad Shepherd and second B side "Wait for the Sun" by Faulkner. " was originally conceived to be just one of a suite of songs, a mini-opera like the.
  4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for HOODOO GURUS - CRANK Deluxe Edition CD w/BONUS Tx NEW/SEALED at the best online prices at .
  5. Stoneage Romeos () I Want You Back, Tojo, Leilani, Arthur, Dig It Up, (Let's All) Turn On, Death Ship, In the Echo Chamber, Zanzibar, I Was A Kamikaze Pilot, My Girl Mars Needs Guitars () Bittersweet, Poison Pen, In the Wild, Death-Defying, Like Wow-Wipeout!, Hayride to Hell, Show Some Emotion, The Other Side of Paradise, Mars Needs Guitars!, She.
  6. Like most bands, Australia's Hoodoo Gurus were largely the product of their influences; unlike most bands, however, the Hoodoos channeled their inspiration from the vast entirety of the American pop cultural landscape, drawing on such disparate sources as B-movies, bad sitcoms, and junk food -- in tandem with the usual suspects like garage rock, power pop, and surf -- to create a distinctly.
  7. After a decade of making music, the Hoodoo Gurus sound much the same as they did back on their first hit, "I Want You Back." With Crank, the Gurus continue to mine the power-pop they love so dearly with suprisingly great results. "Less Than a Feeling" mines the Boston/Nirvana riff with more than a touch of sarcasm, and "The Right Time" is a great four minutes of what the Gurus do best.6/
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