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Aint Home - Emptifish - 6.57 : The Best Of Emptifish (Vinyl, LP)

9 thoughts on “ Aint Home - Emptifish - 6.57 : The Best Of Emptifish (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Shaktigar
    Emptifish - - By Nick Beat. I'd heard about 'Emptifish' while running an illegal drinking den 'The Trash Cavern Nightclub' in Waverly Road, Southsea. These guys were somehow too hot for the regular concertgoer and I decided to keep a distance from the .
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  2. Digul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Emptifish on Discogs/5(6).
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  3. Bralar
    Emptifish were quite probably the best band ever to come out of Portsmouth - but criminally never got to release an album in their heyday (mids). This fantastic package (CD, vinyl AND booklet) puts that right, rounding up a selection of the boys' rocking surf-punk /5(10).
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  4. Tojadal
    "The best band I've ever seen were from Portsmouth. They had so much raw talent it hurt. When they stood together on stage, motionless in a cyclone of trebly noise, they emitted the kind of aura I imagine The Beatles had in the early 60s. They were young, handsome, aloof - the most exquisite-looking '80s garage band you could ever dream up. The girls adored them, the boys wanted to be them.
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  5. Gusho
    LP (12"/10" Album) · TRASH WAX · 14/04/ · in GARAGE / BEAT / SURF / ROCK'N'ROLL. This release from members of Messer Chups and The Guitaraculas is .
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  6. Faejind
    Bin Liner recently heard the double A single Song For Europe/Delirious on Mouthy Records, the label of Tony Rollinson (who brought our sister label Detour Records the sold out vinyl album The Best of Emptifish) and decided we had to be involved. As with the Emptifish project Torpedoes’ Black Museum (daibeledinghocompmavoxidizole.xyzinfo) is a work of love, top quality and comes in an initial very.
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  7. Gumi
    Emptifish – the Best of Emptifish CD/DL/Vinyl. Released today, 3rd June 9/ Truly legendary Portsmouth Surf-Punk Rock’n’Roll band finally get an album released 29 years after they split. And it’s a beautifully packaged work of sheer genius, if you’re a fan of the Cramps, Milkshakes and so on, says Ged Babey, who daibeledinghocompmavoxidizole.xyzinfo: Ged Babey.
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  8. Yozshubei
    Oct 11,  · The song altogether, with Bunker's mind-blowin' caveman-alike hollering is so way beyond belief, that there ain't just enough superlative words to describe its invincibility. Bring it together with Bunker's other early sixties novelty masterpieces, and you've got there a load of the most powerful black rock'n'roll ever made.
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