The Original Sins - Suburban Primitive FLAC album
Suburban Primitive is the ninth and final studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, which was released in 1997 through Blood Red Vinyl & Discs. The album features the return of Dave Ferrara, the band's original drummer
Big Soul is the debut studio album of The Original Sins, released in 1987 by Bar/None Records.
Studio album by. The Original Sins. Suburban Primitive is the ninth and final studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, which was released in 1997 through Blood Red Vinyl & Discs. The album features the return of Dave Ferrara, the band's original drummer. The album was released on 10" vinyl and CD formats. The photograph shown on the front cover was provided by John Terlesky's parents. The band broke up in 1998, only a couple of months after the album's release
Move is the fourth studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, released in early 1992 through Psonik Records. The album was intended to be a break into mainstream music for the band, but the record sold poorly among its initial release. but most of the production was actually done by John Keane.
Suburban Primitive (1997). Bethlehem is the eighth studio album by garage rock band The Original Sins, released in 1996 through Bar/None Records. The album shows a change in tone for the band, focusing much more on pop music and psychedelic rock than the energetic garage punk fury from previous releases Contents.
This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 93/126 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Primitive. Album starts at 116BPM, ends at BPM (-116), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Suburban Tribe.
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The Original Sins were a garage rock band that formed in 1987 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The group were known for combining the musical stylings of punk rock, psychedelic rock, and even pop music with their songs. The band released a total of nine full-length studio albums across their entire career before they band broke up in early 1998. The Original Sins c. 1992. Seth would stay with the band until he left for school before the production of Suburban Primitive, in which Ferrara came back to perform drums. The band would continue releasing records with Baer, such as Out There (1992) and Acidbubblepunk (1994) 1996 saw the release of Bethlehem, which was released through Bar/None Records, who released their debut album in 1987.
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|1||Kill The Buddha||2:48|
|2||Making Up For Lost Time||3:22|
|3||Ain't Got Me Down||3:00|
|4||Easier Done Than Said||3:00|
|7||Like You Like It||3:03|
|8||Song With No Words||4:02|
|10||Wanna Be You||4:56|
|BRLP10005||The Original Sins||Suburban Primitive (10")||Blood Red Vinyl & Discs||BRLP10005||US||1997|