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9 comments on “ Sleeping In Blood City - The Gun Club - Miami (Cassette, Album)

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  2. May 28,  · THE GUN CLUB - Miami is the second album by punk blues group The Gun Club, released in Debbie Harry appears as a backing singer on various tracks on the album under the pseudonym D.H. Laurence Jr This page has photos of album covers, inner sleeves and record labels together with production details, musicians and track-listing.
  3. The new version of “Sorrow Knows,” which originally appeared on the Gun Club album Divinity, is clearer and better, with a soaring, chiming tangle of twin guitars by Pierce and Kid Congo.
  4. Sleeping In Blood City By The Gun Club. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Sleeping In Blood City. Featured on Larger Than Live. More by The Gun Club. Destroy the Country. Moonlight Motel. Live at the Hacienda, Death Party. Death Party. More The Gun Club.
  5. The official website of Miami Rifle and Pistol Club. Providing the tri-state area a safe, supportive environment for firearm education and competition since Welcome to the Miami Rifle & Pistol Club website. The information contained on this site is for the use .
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  7. Dec 14,  · The Gun Club would never neatly present us with a ‘Forever Changes’ or a ‘Marquee Moon’; their anarchic lifestyles possessed neither the patience nor prissiness for that to happen. By rights there should be no place on this list for their second LP ‘Miami‘. Gun Club devotees, accustomed to the band’s cathartic early performances.
  8. A great Gun Club album, this and the first album are my favourites. Read more. Helpful. (beautiful country lament), a churning rewrite of CCR's 'Run Through the Jungle', the punky thrash of 'Bad Indian' and 'Sleeping in Blood City', 'Brother and Sister' which sends chills down my spine, the gris-gris faux-voodoo of 'Watermelon Man', a /5(39).
  9. The sophomore record by the Gun Club bore the curse of having to follow a monolith of their own making. Fire of Love sold extremely well for an independent; it was a favorite of virtually every critic who heard it in Miami showcased a different lineup as well. Ward Dotson replaced Congo Powers (temporarily, at least) on guitar, and there were a ton of guest performances, including Debbie.

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