Breaking Circus 1987 - Smokers' Paradise (EP) 05. Medicine Lake. mp3 03. ShockHammer Thirteen. mp3 02. Three Cool Cats. A. Home of the Brave. 1986 - The Ice Machine (LP). 04. Caskets & Clocks. 05. Deadly China Doll.
Breaking Circus was a post-punk band from the 1980s, based in Chicago and later Minneapolis, founded by guitarist and vocalist Steve Björklund. Björklund had played guitar and sang for Chicago punk band Strike Under after a short stint in the group Terminal Beach, Breaking Circus was his next project, originally with bassist Bruce Lange and a Roland TR-606 drum machine.
13. Time to Go. 14. Go Home Paddy. 15. Too Late to Turn Back. Canzoni Contro la Natura.
Land of the Free Home of the Brave (album). Land of the Free Home of the Brave (Previously Unreleased Session) is an album worked on by Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. It was released in 1969 by Nashville Records. One Too Many Mornings" – 4:04. Mountain Dew" – 1:56. I Still Miss Someone" – 2:37. Careless Love" – 7:06.
Watch the video for Song of the South from Breaking Circus's The Ice Machine for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
You thought the leaden winter would bring you down forever, But you rode upon a steamer to the violence of the sun. And the colors of the sea blind your eyes with trembling mermaids, And you touch the distant beaches with tales of brave Ulysses: How his naked ears were tortured by the sirens sweetly singing, For the sparkling waves are calling you to kiss their white laced lips.
Home of the brave - they might be giants/outro.
Title: Home of the Brave (1949). Home of the Brave, for its time, was considered daring as it brought racism to the big screen in a setting of war. James Edwards gives a sterling performance as Peter Moss, a Black man chosen to go on a dangerous mission with 4 white soldiers. The war becomes secondary to the characters and how they react to one another. Lloyd Bridges as "Finch" is excellent as is Frank Lovejoy as "Mingo". This is a fine effort and will keep you on the edge of your seat just watching the tensions rise and fall.
It has a classic and very swinging sound. Steve Bjorkland had been in Chicago legends, Strike Under, but this record (which gets beyond the inherent danciness of Very Long Fuse) feels like a real, uh, arrival. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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|A||Home Of The Brave
Written-By – Pezzati*
Written-By – Harper*, Slack*
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing – U-24622M
Notesp 1989 Breaking Circus
The A-side is a cover of a Naked Raygun song. The B-side is a cover of a UK Subs song. Given away free with The Pope #4 fanzine.
A few years after the edition of the magazine was released, Pope & Ajax Records head honcho printed sleeves for the record. They have been added to Images
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- Matrix / Runout: U-24622M