Thelonious Monster - Stormy Weather FLAC album
Thelonious' third and fourth albums included on the CD of Stormy Weather.
Album · 1989 · 11 Songs. Lena Horne Still Sings Stormy Weather.
Thelonious Monster – Stormy Weather. Label: Relativity – 88561-1002-4.
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Stormy Weather is the third fulllength album by Thelonious Monster The CD version included their previous album Next Saturday Afternoon Thelonious monster.
Stormy Weather (Thelonious Monster album). Stormy Weather is the third full-length album by Thelonious Monster. The CD version included their previous album Next Saturday Afternoon. So What If I Did" (3:47). Oh (No Sense At All)" (3:17). Lena Horne Still Sings Stormy Weather" (2:26). For My Lover" (2:31) (Tracy Chapman). Bourbon St. Stagger" (1:51) (cassette bonus track). Real Kinda Hatred" (3:37). Nuthin's Perfect" (3:25).
Thelonious Monster is a post-punk rock band from Los Angeles, led by singer-songwriter Bob Forrest. Active from 1983 to 1994, and again since 2004, the band has released five original studio albums. Despite never achieving mainstream success, a number of popular acts cite them as influential. Stormy Weather", a song by The Kooks from their 2008 album Konk. Stormy Weather (yacht), the 1934 yacht that won both the 1935 Fastnet race and Trans-Atlantic races.
Next Saturday Afternoon is the second full-length album for Thelonious Monster. It was included on the CD version of Stormy Weather. Lookin' to the West (2:49). Michael Jordan (2:30). Low Boy (Butterflies Are Free) (2:47). Walk on Water (2:15). Saturday Afternoon (2:17). Tree 'n' Sven Orbit the Planet (4:22). Bob Forrest - vocals. Chris Handsone - guitar.
Thelonious Monster: Stormy Weather Bob Forrest wasn't taking Monk's name in vain after all-any Orange County punk who gives it up to Lena Horne and Tracy Chapman has a healthy yen for the Aryan Nation shitlist. Best song's about the Forrests' white flight ("They said it wasn't a question of race/It's just property values"), and the relationship stuff beats Paul Westerberg's-"So What if I Did" with its John Doe guitars, the hopeless "Real Kinda Hatred.
|So What If I Did||3:47|
|Oh (No Sense At All)||3:17|
|Lena Horne Still Sings Stormy Weather||2:26|
|For My Lover||2:31|
|Real Kinda Hatred||3:37|
|Sammy Hagar Weekend||3:00|
|You Better Run||2:47|
|See That My Grave Is Kept Clean||3:30|
|Lookin' To The West||2:49|
|Low Boy (Butterflies Are Free)||2:47|
|Key To Life...Tonite||3:02|
|Walk On Water||2:15|
|Tree 'N' Sven Orbit The Planet||4:22|
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