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Couch Flambeau - Models mp3 album

Couch Flambeau - Models mp3 album Performer: Couch Flambeau
Title: Models
Style: Post-Punk
Date of release: 1987
Size MP3: 1627 mb
Size FLAC: 1397 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: MP1 MP2 FLAC AAC AU DTS WAV

Couch Flambeau is an American punk rock band, formed in 1981 in Milwaukee, WI. The band is known for the biting wit of their lyrics. They have released three full length albums: Mammal Insect Marriage (1983) on Ludwig Van Ear, The Day the Music Died (1985) and Ghostride (1989) both on It's Only a Record Records. They have also released two tapes, Curiosity Rocks (1982), Rock With Your Sock On (1987) and the EP, Models (1987).

Two dollars from the sale of each burger goes to support WMSE Radio programming. While we’re excited and honored to part of the event, quite frankly, we’re puzzled why the band known for songs heralding steak, porkwings, tainted pig roasts, and dgsicle-overdoses was paired with the VEGAN dish. Wot-A-Caper!! Bon Appetit! Couch Flambeau

Couch Flambeau - Look at Dog 03:11. Couch Flambeau - Cross-Eyed Ming Ming 03:41. Couch Flambeau - Go to Hell 02:47. Couch Flambeau - Check the Trap 02:29.

COUCH FLAMBEAU Curiosity Rocks (no label) 1982 Mammal Insect Marriage (Ludwig Van Ear) 1983 The Day the Music Died (It's Only a Record) 1985 Rock with Your Sock On (It's Only a Record) 1987 Ghostride (It's Only a Record) 1989. Education is a dangerous thing, and these Wisconsin smartboys have been in school far too long for public safety.

Couch Flambeau is an American punk rock band, formed in 1981 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They have released four full length albums: Mammal Insect Marriage (1983) (on Ludwig Van Ear Records), The Day the Music Died (1985) and Ghostride (1989) (both on It's Only a Record Records), and a self-titled CD (1998)

Couch Flambeau is an American punk rock band, formed in 1981 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They have released four full length albums: Mammal Insect Marriage (1983) (on Ludwig Van Ear Records), The Day the Music Died (1985) and Ghostride (1989) (both on It's Only a Record Records), and a self-titled CD (1998)

The former contains sketchy versions of 'ADM 12' and 'I Don't Want to Be an Eddie,' as well as 'Mobile Home,' 'Satan's School for Girls' and 'Curtains for You,' all of which resurfaced on Couch's third album. The Day the Music Died gets off to a slow start with the instrumental title track, but revs into high gear with 'We'll Go Through the Windshield Together,' a romantic tale of vehicular homicide (complete with sound effects) told from the victim's perspective.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Models
Composed By – Jay Tiller, Neil Socol
4:00
A2 White Boy Blues
Composed By – Jay TillerHarmonica – Al Ek
3:32
A3 Vipers
Composed By – Jay Tiller
1:37
B1 Satan's Buddies
Composed By – Jay Tiller, Neil Socol
4:44
B2 Song With A Message
Composed By – Jay Tiller, Neil Socol
4:45

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Breezeway Studios
  • Mixed At – Breezeway Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Couch Flambeau
  • Copyright (c) – Couch Flambeau

Credits

  • Bass – Neil Socol
  • Engineer [Knob Turning And Tape Cutting] – Lee Crooks
  • Guitar, Vocals, Drums – Jay Tiller

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): (T) ST 2576 A1 23781
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): (T) ST 2576 B1 23782