The Johnnys (2) – Nothing Sacred. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo. Black printing on white label.
Nothing Sacred is a thrash metal band from Australia that formed in the 1980s. One of the earliest Australian bands to play thrash/speed metal, Nothing Sacred formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1983. Karl Lean, Sham, and Mick Burnham had previously played together in the band Heresy. After losing both of the band's guitarists in 1983, they recruited two new guitarists, aiming for a heavier and more aggressive sound
Album Name Is Nothing Sacred. Erscheinungsdatum 1983. Musik GenreGothic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen6. 1. Dance with Me. 2. Bad Timing. 3. Johnny Too Bad. 4. Don't Worry Children. 5. The Night Is Calling.
Nothing Sacred (1992) by Babylon . Labels: Arista Records. Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Metal . Album (Studio full-length). Hard Rock, Glam Metal.
BPM Profile Nothing Sacred. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by David Allan Coe. Rough Rider. Ghost of Hank Williams.
Album Name Nothing Sacred. Take the Dog Off the Chain. So Savage the Heart. Sacrifice Your Love. 6. Down the River of No Return. 7. Psychedelic Sex Reaction. 11. Of the Rose (Instrumental). 12. Pray for the Wicked.
Nothing Sacred is the eleventh studio album by American country musician David Allan Coe. Released in 1978, it is Coe's fourth independent album, after Penitentiary Blues, Requiem for a Harlequin and Buckstone County Prison. The album also has a song criticizing Jimmy Buffet in response to a feud between the two musicians at the time. Buffett had accused Coe of plagiarizing the melody of "Divers Do It Deeper" from Buffett's "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes", stating "I would have sued him, but I didn't want to give Coe the pleasure of having his name in the paper. Coe wrote the song "Jimmy Buffett" in response.
More hard-rock than heavy metal, . get the commercial sound right on Nothing Sacred, despite the tacky cover artwork. More muscular and real than most of the pop-metal to hit the charts in recent years, one can only hope that groups like this will continue to supplant Poison-type dross
Nothing Sacred is the eleventh studio album by American country musician David Allan Coe. Studio album by David Allan Coe. Released.
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|7057||The Johnnys||Nothing Sacred (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||7057||US||1967|