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Drugstore - Drugstore / Disco Machine Gun flac album

Drugstore  - Drugstore / Disco Machine Gun flac album
Drugstore / Disco Machine Gun
FLAC album size:
1632 mb
Other formats:
4.8 ✪

Drugstore are a London-based alternative and dream pop band, led by Brazilian singer-songwriter and bassist Isabel Monteiro (born 9 September 1965, São Paulo, Brazil), formed with Dave Hunter (later replaced by Daron Robinson) on guitar and Mike Chylinski on drums. The band's name is taken from the 1989 Gus Van Sant film Drugstore Cowboy.

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As a group, Drugstore clearly has its inspirations, but the result is thoroughly attractive while retaining a strong sense of individual drama. t Daron Robinson knows how to crank it up and keep it calm, and while it becomes something of a formula by the end of the disc, it still works very well.

Listen to music from Disco Machine Gun like Shoot To Kill, King of the Mountain & more. 1. Disco Machine Gun began in late 2006 in Wilmington, Delaware. The moniker was created during a drunken one man dance at a party in May 2008. The actual band began work a couple days later.

Disco Not Disco and Drugstore are bringing to you slow-motion house producers Timothy J Fairplay and Scott Fraser, who are standing behind "Crimes of the Future" label and series of parties in Glasgow. Timothy J Fairplay is remarkable producer with an enormous capacity.


A1 Nothing Fucking Changes 4:26
A2 Why Can't It Wait? 4:30
B1 Underbelly


The Drugstore side:
Nothing Fucking Changes
Why Can't it Wait

Disco Machine Gun Side:

Release Date: April 2014
1st Press on Highlighter Yellow
Limited to 100
Fucked up Press on Black
Limited to 100