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  1. Kiran says:
    Track List [Disc 1] Talk About The Weather Hand On Heart Feel A Piece Hollow Eyes This Today Sometimes Strange Dream Happy Beating My Head I’m Still Waiting Take It All Happy (Single Version) He’s Read See The Fire Monkeys On Juice Push Silence Hollow Eyes (12” Version) Russia [Disc 2] Walking On Your Hands Jipp Last Train Head All Fire Mescal Dance Shout At The Sky Which Side .
  2. Mauktilar says:
    The Lorries' Third LP, released May Oddly, the CD and Cassette releases have different artwork than the LP release. Version Notes: • All US retail releases (LP, CD, Cassette) contained two extra songs inserted into the original UK LP track set.
  3. Faesida says:
    Later in , Red Lorry Yellow Lorry signed with the independent Red Rhino label and issued their debut single, "Beating My Head." Although it was a hit on the British indie charts, Fagan subsequently left the band and was replaced by Dave "Wolfie" Wolfenden, who became Reed's frequent song writing partner; bassist Smith also departed in favor of Paul Southern.
  4. JoJozuru says:
    Jan 24,  · Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Nothing Wrong + Big Stick MTVE Broadcast On UK Cable TV 20/04/
  5. Meztilkree says:
    Red Lorry, Yellow Lorry This bands sound is absolutely incredible! If you're a fan of the gothic scene, clove cigarettes, Fields Of The Nephilim, pouring salt on your hand and taking a shot of Tequila, wandering around the desert plain lost and not wanting to be found this is the album for you!/5(8).
  6. Zulushakar says:
    Initial vinyl quantities were on red and yelow vinyl, in addition to the usual black. TOP. Nothing Wrong UK lp Nothing Wrong Hands Off Me Big Stick She Said Sayonara World Around Hard-Away Only Dreaming (Wide Awake) The Very Best Of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry cd Beating My Head He's Read Monkey's On Juice Talk About the Weather.
  7. Maukinos says:
    Label: Situation Two - SITU 20 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Goth Rock, Post-Punk Red Lorry Yellow Lorry - Nothing Wrong (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(45).
  8. Kalmaran says:
    Aug 17,  · Nothing Wrong On Nothing Wrong, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry glides through track after numbing track of quasi-industrial post-punk, once again smacking heartily of Joy Division. The relentless guitar and vocal drones create a claustrophobic feel, and Chris Reed's constant mumbling is among the most incoherent in all of rock.

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