Saturday, January 17, 2009

Dance Hall Crashers - The Live Record: Witless Banter & 25 Mildly Antagonistic Songs About Love @256kbps

Dance Hall Crashers disbanded soon after, bowing to pressure from fans to play a reunion gig in 1992; the response to their performance was so positive that they immediately reformed on a permanent basis, settling on a lineup of Rogers and Denike on vocals, Hammon on guitar, his brother Gavin on drums, guitarist Scott Goodell and bassist Mikey Weiss.
The very first group signed to MCA’s new 510 division, they issued their debut LP Lockjaw in 1995. A compilation of early singles, The Old Record, followed in 1996 before they resurfaced a year later with their second studio album, Honey I’m Homely. A steady stream of releases followed, including 1998’s Blue Plate Special EP, the 1999 studio effort Purr, and 2000’s The Live Record: Witless Banter and 25 Mildly Antagonistic Songs About Love.
As of January 2008, the band members lead separate lives and currently on hiatus. In November 2004 they played and recorded a show at the Hollywood House of Blues; the concert was released by Kung Fu Records in September 2005 as part of the popular The Show Must Go Off! DVD series.

.make her purr
.mr. blue
.buried alive
.the real you
.next to you
.beverly kills
.my problem
.triple track
.cat fight
.good for nothing
.queen for a day
.just like that
.lost again
.he wants me back
.Truth About Me **
.D.H.C. **

**I have problems ripping this two tracks sorry is not available..

** year - 2.000
** Label - Pink & Black Records
** Home-page -
** Buy - Interpunk

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1 comment:

Zach said...

One of the best bands in da world