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Pagans - Street Where Nobody Lives flac album
Title:
Street Where Nobody Lives
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Style:
Punk, Garage Rock
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FLAC album size:
1838 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

The Pagans released three additional singles: ""Street Where Nobody Lives" (1978), "Dead End America" (1979) and "Not Now No Way" (1979). After failed album sessions, the band broke up in November 1979. Metoff subsequently formed the Clocks, later known as Radio Alarm Clocks, while Allee played in Broncs. In 1982, Mike Hudson and Metoff joined forces again in new band Les Raving Sounds, which transformed into a new lineup of the Pagans, also featuring Conn on bass, Bob Richey on drums and Chas Smith on keyboards. In 2001, Crypt issued two other compilation CDs: Shit Street and The Pink Albu. lus!. Mike Hudson, Metoff, Allee and Richey held one-off reunion performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in 2003, and in Chicago in 2005. Smith, who also played in Cobra Verde and Einstein’s Secret Orchestra, died in October 2007.

Street Where Nobody Lives. Album: Soul Jazz Records Presents Punk 45: Extermination Nights in the Sixth City - Cleveland, Ohio: Punk and the Decline of the Mid-west 1975-82, 2015. The Pagans performing Street Where Nobody Lives live at the Edgarfest.

4. Street Where Nobody Lives. 5. Boy Can I Dance Good. Другие альбомы Pagans. The Pink Album Plus! 2001.

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Tom WaitsThe House Where Nobody Lives. Home . Tom Waits . The House Where Nobody Lives.

Mule Variations Album, Tom Waits Lyrics 39 Views. New Year’s Eve Lyrics – Tom Waits. Well the paint was all cracked It was peeled off of the wood Papers were stacked on the porch Where I stood And the weeds had grown up Just as high as the door There were birds in the chimney And an old chest of drawers Looks like no one will ever Come back to the House where nobody lives

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Street Where Nobody Lives
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – John Thompson
A2 Real World
Producer – John Thompson , Paul Marotta
A3 Don't Leave Me Alone
Organ [Organ Solo] – Mike MetoffProducer – John Thompson , Paul Marotta
A4 Eyes Of Satan
Producer – John Thompson , Paul Marotta
A5 Haven't Got The Time
Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Ellen Zoslov, Jamie Klimek, John Thompson Producer – John Thompson , Paul Marotta
A6 She's A Cadaver
Producer – Paul Marotta
A7 Give Up
Producer – Paul Marotta
B1 Boy Can I Dance Good
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – David Thomas Written-By – Denny Carleton
B2 What's This Shit Called Love?
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – John Thompson
B3 Dead End America
Engineer [Original Recording] – Jamie Klimek, Paul MarottaMixed By [Remixed By] – Paul HamannProducer – David Thomas
B4 I Juvenile
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – David Thomas
B5 I Don't Understand
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – David Thomas
B6 Not Now, No Way
Engineer [Original Recording] – Paul HamannProducer – David Thomas
B7 Six And Change
Engineer [Original Recording] – Tommy Mackle*Guitar – Mike Hudson Lead Vocals [Lead Singer] – Robert ConnProducer – The Pagans*

Companies, etc.

  • Remixed At – Noise New York
  • Remastered At – Noise New York
  • Manufactured By – Resonance

Credits

  • Art Direction – Dave Larr
  • Bass, Vocals – Tim Alee*
  • Compilation Producer – Paul Marotta
  • Drums – Brian Hudson
  • Engineer [This Compilation] – Jamie Klimek, Paul Marotta
  • Guitar, Vocals – Mike Hudson , Mike Metoff
  • Photography By – Carol Metoff
  • Written-By – The Pagans*

Notes

All source tapes were remixed and remastered at Noise New York, Spring 1987.
Compiles alternate mixes and previously released and unreleased tracks.

© 1977, 1978, 1979.
℗ 1989.

THIS VERSION:

Includes insert with band chronology and recording history.

Black and silver labels.

Made In The USA / Printed In Canada.

Sides 1 and 2 are mislabeled: The side labeled "1" has runout 8908 B and contains the tracks listed for Side 2, and the side labeled "2" has runout 8908 A and contains the tracks listed for Side 1.

Barcode on sleeve.

Denny Carleton not actually credited anywhere on this release for "Boy Can I Dance Good". "All Songs By The Pagans" appears on label.

Chronology of included recordings (from sleeve and insert):

October 1977: B7 is from the original master used on Six And Change.
March 1978: A1 and B2 are alternate mixes to those released on Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? and its reissues.
Halloween 1978: B6, B4, B1 and B5, with some vocals by David Thomas . B6 and B4 are alternate mixes to those released as Not Now No Way / I Juvenile.
Winter 1978: B3 same as released on Dead End America / Little Black Egg and its reissue.
Spring 1979: A6 and A7 recorded live and first mixed for this release.
October 1979: A3 previously unreleased. A5, A4 and A2 "come from alternate mixes," ostensibly to the mix used for A3, but were also not released previously.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A (Etched)): 8908 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B (Etched)): 8908 A
  • Barcode (Text): 0 9411-18908-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
33-8921, 33 - 8921 Pagans Street Where Nobody Lives ‎(LP, Comp) Resonance , Resonance 33-8921, 33 - 8921 Europe 1989
MUST 4006 Pagans Street Where Nobody Lives ‎(LP, Comp, TP, W/Lbl, 1st) Mustard MUST 4006 US 1986
MUST 4006 Pagans Street Where Nobody Lives ‎(LP, Comp, TP, W/Lbl, 2nd) Mustard MUST 4006 US 1986
08908-2 Pagans Street Where Nobody Lives ‎(CD, Comp) Resonance 08908-2 Netherlands 1989
08908-4 Pagans Street Where Nobody Lives ‎(Cass, Comp) Resonance 08908-4 US 1989


Reviews:
  • deadly claw
Has anyone else with this version (Pagans - Street Where Nobody Lives) found the labels to be on the wrong sides (A label is on the B side, B label is on the A side)? Wondering if they all came out like that or if it's a one-off mfg error?