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The Lost Domain - Blondes Chew More Gum mp3 album

The Lost Domain - Blondes Chew More Gum mp3 album Performer: The Lost Domain
Title: Blondes Chew More Gum
Style: Folk Rock, Experimental
Date of release: 2011
Size MP3: 1385 mb
Size FLAC: 1891 mb
Rating: 4.8

Handmade and numbered cassette release housed in a VHS box with booklet.

The Lost Domain - Blondes Chew More Gum ‎(2xLP). Negative Guest List Records. Instruments & Performance. The Invisible Empire. The Invisible Empire - Blondes Chew More Gum ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num, C60).

The Lost Domain is a 20-plus year running concern of two Brisbane residents, Simon Ellaby and David MacKinnon. Since they do what they do for themselves and not the back-smacking glory, some of us (me included, of course) were unaware of their greatness until we heard this recently done up double LP set of a cassette release recorded way back in 1995. It might have a bit more bleeps and quiet moments than his usual ruckus, but it still shows Brian to be a dab hand at murking up any sort of sonics to fit his smudgy, psychedelic vision of beauty. 12) SATELITES OF LOVE – Seaside (MILK, 7 ).

from Blondes Chew More Gum 2xLP by The Lost Domain. from Blondes Chew More Gum 2xLP, released August 10, 2012.

Blondes (Have More Fun)" is a song written by Rod Stewart and Jim Cregan that was originally released as the title track of Stewart's 1978 album Blondes Have More Fun. In some countries it was released as the third single off the album, following "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" and "Ain't Love a Bitch". It only reached the Top 70 in the UK, topping out at but reached in Ireland. The song was covered by Vince Neil on the Japanese version of his album Exposed.

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A1 Indian War Whoop I 9:59
A2 The New South 5:30
A3 Requiem For The Slow Drag 4:41
B1 Indian Pacific 12:08
B2 Air 8:38
C1 A Friend Of My Brother's Wife 9:51
C2 It's Coming Rising 6:09
C3 Last Go Round 5:17
D1 Do The Standing Still 5:48
D2 (I Walk A) Lonely Avenue 3:26
D3 Indian War Whoop II 12:34


  • Drums, Cowbell – Dina Bojic
  • Drums, Cymbal – Ian Wadley
  • Drums, Percussion – Bettina Graham
  • Guitar, Effects, Vocals – Greg Hilleard
  • Guitar, Vocals – David MacKinnon
  • Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Organ – Simon Ellaby


"Rock n roll, it is free form. Important to say is that is no rock. The Invisible Empire are getting it down. String band and drum band play together, like in old days. They play loud in small room. No Fans. Equipment breaks, but they still rock. Venues not hiring them. Drummers falling off stupid platforms. Simon, he is preaching in the bullpit. Band plays like train. They have a big beat. Everyone plays rhythm. Because of recordings they hope to become popular. This lp will help you recognise the sound of these recordings." - translated from the original Dutch by that guy does all the Japanese liner notes, circa 1995.