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Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine - Rubbish flac album

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine - Rubbish flac album
Title:
Rubbish
Style:
Indie Rock
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FLAC album size:
1748 mb
Other formats:
AA VQF MOD AAC RA AU TTA
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Rating:
4.1 ✪

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine (frequently shortened to Carter USM) were an English indie rock band formed in 1988 by singer Jim "Jim Bob" Morrison and guitarist Les "Fruitbat" Carter. They made their name with a distinctive style of power pop, fusing samples, sequenced basses and drum machines with rock 'n' roll guitars and off-beat wordplay-loaded lyrics. They reached the height of their fame in 1992

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And when I drive that heap down the road You can hear the cheap car stereo Volume knob turned down low And rubbish on the radio. From John O'Groats to Elmer's End With busted lights and dodgy plates Scrawled with a ball point pen R U B B I S H I'm underage and uninsured on the High Road to Domestos Chloraflouracarbon Lord Asbestos lead asbestos.

Altri album di Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine. Hello, Good Evening, Welcome. The Drum Machine Years, Vol. 2 (1992 - 1993). The Drum Machine Years - Volume 1 (1990 - 1991) - Live at Brixton Academy. The Drum Machine Years - Volume 2 (1992 - 1993) - Live at London Forum. Mark Goodier Session (2 March 1991). BBC Radio One Session: Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine (16th February 1994). Mark Goodier Session (2nd March 1991). BBC Radio One Session (16 February 1994).