Stinson released his debut solo album, Village Gorilla Head in 2004 and subsequently joined Soul Asylum for the completion of their album The Silver Lining, and was a member of the band for the album's tour in 2006 before joining them as a permanent member until 2011. He released his second solo album, critically acclaimed One Man Mutiny, on his own Done To Death Music label in 2011. Stinson left Guns N' Roses in 2014, then in 2016 reunited Bash & Pop, and released a new album in 2017, titled Anything Could Happen.
Village Gorilla Head is the debut album by Guns N' Roses and Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson released on July 27, 2004 through Sanctuary Records. The album featured contributions by Stinson's Guns N' Roses band mates Richard Fortus and Dizzy Reed, Dave Philips and Gersh of his previous band Perfect as well as former band mate Josh Freese and his brother Jason.
Village Gorilla Head.
Village Gorilla Head Lyrics. I can see you're bleeding from your laugh You tried to stop it with an axe You fill the holes with Styrofoam You drive your hammer with a nail. Plastic made of sheets Your claustrophobic dreams You're dying to make it Feel so real You're dying to make it Feel so real. Arm and arm you fall into your day There's always something missing from your lips You break the silence with a scream He's never even seen you move your mouth.
Village Gorilla Head - Light Of Day, Without a View, Not a Moment Too Soon and 11 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Village Gorilla Head. Count: 11. Views: 31. Village Gorilla Head tracks. Light Of Day. Without a View. Not a Moment Too Soon.
Tommy Stinson Rears ‘Head’. Former Replacements bassist readying solo album. Frank Mullen/WireImage. When you hear of an artist taking five years to fully complete an album, names like Boston and Def Leppard come to mind, not a former member of garage punkers, the Replacements. But that’s roughly how long it took former ‘Mats bassist Tommy Stinson to complete his new album, Village Gorilla Head. Though the record is Stinson’s first under his own name, he hasn’t been idle since the Replacements split in 1991, recording and releasing material with two of his bands, Bash and Pop and Perfect. But by Village Gorilla Head‘s July 27th release, eight years will.
|1||Without A View|
|2||Not A Moment Too Soon|
|6||Bite Your Tongue|
|7||Village Gorilla Head|
|8||Light Of Day|
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NotesPromo in cardboard sleeve.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: deluxe SANCD289 02
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code (Rim): IFPI 04AN
- Mould SID Code (Mould): IFPI 0443
|SANCD289||Tommy Stinson||Village Gorilla Head (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||SANCD289||UK & Europe||2004|
|SANSP-84692-2||Tommy Stinson||Village Gorilla Head (CDr, Album, Promo)||Sanctuary Records||SANSP-84692-2||US||2004|
|06076-84692-2||Tommy Stinson||Village Gorilla Head (CD, Album)||Sanctuary Records||06076-84692-2||US||2004|