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  1. Kirisar

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    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.
  2. Faenos

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    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.
  3. Gulrajas

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    The Gun Club simply never regained the heights they hit on the Fire of Love album. That combo of punk rock meets rockabilly meets swampy blues is one of the best records of its kind, up there with the best stuff the Cramps did. But if you're looking for a second Gun Club album to listen to, this one is /5(48).
  4. Samukasa

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    Buy Miami (CD) by The Gun Club (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  5. Bagal

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    The Gun Club Miami on Colored Import g LP + Download. Colored Copies Are Limited / Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available. Blues-punk legends The Gun Club formed in when singer Jeffrey Lee Pierce taught a young Kid Congo Powers to play guitar, injecting the Delta blues, rockabilly and '60s garage with their own amplified fury.. Originally released in , the Gun Club's.
  6. Nesida

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    Buy Miami CD from The Gun Club for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at .
  7. Kigaramar

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    Track List [Disc 1] Carry Home Like Calling Up Thunder Brother and Sister Run Through the Jungle A Devil in the Woods Texas Serenade Watermelon Man Bad Indian John Hardy The Fire of Love Sleeping in Blood City Mother of Earth [Disc 2] Ghost on the Highway Walkin' with the Beast I Hear Your Heart Singing A Devil in the Woods Goodbye Johnny For the Love of Ivy Bad Indian Strange Fruit/Fire.
  8. Akimi

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    May 28,  · This album "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." THE GUN CLUB - Miami album cover photo.
  9. Zulugul

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    The Gun Club - Miami LP Ex/Ex (Rare Album) John Hardy; Fire of Love; Sleeping in Blood City; Mother of Earth Vinyl is in 'near mint' condition, there are no surface marks that I am aware of, there are no spindle marks, no fingerprint marks and the record plays well.

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