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Out Of The Fire - Stereo Nasty - Nasty By Nature (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Faushakar
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    Contact: [email protected] The band name is an allusion to Video Nasties, low-budget horror films released on video cassette that were criticized or banned in the UK.
  • Karg
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    ‘Draft Morning’ cruises in like candyfloss then turns into a nasty ‘Nam nightmare of fanfare trumpets, scrapping drum fills and machine gun fire. ‘Tribal Gathering’ sounds like it’s gonna be a dopey hippy love-in, but comes in like a chiming, harmony drenched fox-trot before knuckling down to the dirtiest groove out of which comes.
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Stereo Nasty - Nasty By Nature at Discogs. Complete your Stereo Nasty collection/5(24).
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  • Taukree
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    the who 'sell out' is,for me,their stand alone piece. this set includes plenty of bonus tracks that never appeared on the original,and is a much more cohesive album for it. probably the who's most experimental album,due to it's slightly psychedelic nature,if not in concept then in 'sounds'. as essential in any 's collection as can be. well /5().
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