Something I Forgot To Say - Hoodoo Gurus - Crank (CD, Album)

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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Crank by The Hoodoo Gurus Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Something I Forgot To Say: Deform A Circle: Wimp: I Heard Her Call My Name: album. Crank The Hoodoo Gurus. 22 songs (1 hour and 16 minutes) Released on.
  2. "You Open My Eyes" is a single by iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus which reached #43 on the ARIA Singles Charts. It was released on BMG in February, ; and was written by Brad Shepherd. This was the first Hoodoo Gurus single that was not written or co-written by Dave B side, "Something I Forgot to Say", was written by Faulkner. The second B side was a cover of The.
  3. Crank (Remaster ) Hoodoo Gurus Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Something I Forgot To Say (Remaster ) 19 Deform a Circle (Remaster ) 22 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes Released: ℗ Hoodoo Gurus Pty Limited; Also Available in iTunes More By Hoodoo Gurus See All. Gold Watch
  4. Hoodoo Gurus discography and songs: Music profile for Hoodoo Gurus, formed January Genres: Power Pop, Garage Rock, Pop Rock. Albums include Stoneage Romeos, Mars Needs Guitars!, and Left of the Dial: Dispatches From the '80s Underground.
  5. Bite the Bullet is a compilation album by iconic Australian rock group Hoodoo Gurus, released in August as a single CD sometimes called Bite the Bullet (Live) on the Mushroom label.. Mushroom also released it as a 3CD limited edition set, Bite the Bullet – Director's Cut, consisting of Bite the Bullet (Live) (a live farewell tour set), Doppelgänger: Live-to-Air Broadcasts '83 – '
  6. Label: Big Time - BTCD,Universal Music - BTCD • Format: CD Album, Deluxe Edition, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Hoodoo Gurus - Crank (, CD) | Discogs.
  7. The album was co-produced by the band with Charles Fisher, who produced two of the band's previous albums, Mars Needs Guitars! and Blue Cave. The album was mixed by Ed Stasium, who previously worked with the Hoodoo Gurus on the Kinky and Crank. Their first single from the album, "Crackin' Up" was released three months earlier in December
  8. 's Kinky found the Hoodoo Gurus ready to crank up their amps and rock hard, and low be it to me to find fault in anyone's desire to kick out the jams, especially one of the most enjoyable rock & roll outfits of their times. But the problem with Kinky is that it often rocks a bit too hard for its own good; while the Hoodoo Gurus always knew how to crank it up, they also knew when to crank.

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