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Fine Young Cannibals - Fine Young Cannibals flac album
Title:
Fine Young Cannibals
Style:
Synth-pop
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1800 mb
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Fine Young Cannibals were a British rock music band formed in Birmingham, England, in 1984, by bassist David Steele, guitarist Andy Cox (both formerly of The Beat), and singer Roland Gift (formerly of the Akrylykz). Their self-titled 1985 debut album contained "Johnny Come Home" and a cover of "Suspicious Minds", two songs that were top 40 hits in the UK, Canada, Australia and many European countries

Album Name Fine Young Cannibals. Data de lançamento Dezembro 1985. Labels WEA Rhino Records IRS Records. Estilo de MúsicaPop Rock. Membros têm este álbum2.

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When that didn't pan out (although it did work for Wall of Voodoo), Cox and Steele hooked up with the unique and soulful singer Roland Gift and formed the Fine Young Cannibals. Though the trio first hit the mass . consciousness with 1989's electronic dance-pop The Raw and the Cooked, their 1985 debut was a soul-jazz pop charmer that's more low key but every bit as entertaining.

Fine Young Cannibals. Carrie Bradshaw, The Dude and Andy Warhol weren't the only old friends who paid us a visit on Superbowl Sunday in 2019. It was amidst a Taco Bell/T-Mobile cross-promotion that we heard Andy Cox's iconic opening riff to "She Drives Me Crazy," the singular smash from his group Fine Young Cannibals and a song that helped make 1989 one of the all-time great years for top 40 radio. The Two-Tone ska movement that evolved alongside post-punk in the . during the late 1970s enjoyed perhaps the most streamlined segue into the next decade of the two genres. It was so interesting they ended the album with The Buzzcocks cover, which was truly one of the greatest songs to come out of the punk era and still holds up," Pinfield told Billboard. It was so cool their take, and how they put a groove on it.