Pagans - Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? FLAC album
1 Street Where Nobody Lives 2 Real World (1979) 3 Don't Leave Me Alone 4 Haven't Got The Time 5 Eyes Of Satan 6 She's A Cadaver 7 Give Up 8 Boy Can I Dance Good 9 What's This Shit Called Love? 10 Dead End America 11 I Juvenile 12 I Don't Understand 13 Not Now, No Way 14 Six And Change.
Off the album War of the Superbikes (1987) classic album.
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Their song "What's This Shit Called Love?" was covered by the Meatmen on their 1985 album War of the Superbikes. In 2001, Crypt issued two other compilation CDs: Shit Street and The Pink Albu. lus!. Mike Hudson, Metoff, Allee and Richey held one-off reunion performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in 2003, and in Chicago in 2005. Smith, who also played in Cobra Verde and Einstein’s Secret Orchestra, died in October 2007.
The Buzzcocks, Ever Fallen in Love (with Someone You Shouldn’t’ve) The Buzzcocks are the grandaddies of high-speed heartache. If you are reading this list for ideas for a romantic playlist for a green-haired cutie, Love Battery, or truthfully, a lot of other songs by The Buzzcocks would be a better idea than this one. Still, this is the most beloved romantic song in their discography. One of the most melodic and memorable songs on the album, For Want Of is wildly poetic, with lyrics that sketch the difficulty of letting the past go in sharp lines. The drums pound like a panicking heart and the riffs fold into each other like endlessly crashing waves, which creates a strong musical analogy for drowning in emotion. It’s then you realize he’s asking, What’s this shit called love? because he might really need to know.
One character asks: "What does it do?" Another replies: "It doesn’t do anything . But when pressed, nobody can find it in the place they remember. It’s a maddeningly tantalizing cultural mystery, and it’s made even weirder by the fact that there are at least two plausible sources - but chances are, you’ve never encountered either. The first, which seems to have been discovered around 2008, is probably the most widely accepted. It’s a TV series called Burke’s Law, which ran from 1963 to 1966.
What is life without love? What's life without dreams? What's life without goals? . nigga make it what they hating to see Never complacent I be on the chase for the cream Cash rules everything but you facing a king Let's step up to this parliament, every fucking bar legit I know you in denial like an alcoholic father is Hold up let me pause a bit, nobody is as raw as this Word to Jesus
This funny thing called love. That's why I ask the Lord in Heaven above. Вот почему я вопрошаю у Господа Бога: What is this thing called love? Что это за вещь, называемая любовью? What is this thing called love? Что это за вещь, называемая любовью? This funny, funny, funny thing called love. Эта странная-странная вещь, называемая любовью? Who can solve this mystery?
|A||Street Where Nobody Lives||1:43|
|B||What's This Shit Called Love?||2:48|
- Mastered At – Nashville Record Productions – NR9666
- Bass – Tim Allee
- Cover [Design] – Dromette*
- Drums – Brian Morgan
- Engineer – Paul Hamann
- Guitar – Tommy Metoff*
- Lead Vocals – Mike Hudson
- Producer – Johnny Dromette
NotesOriginal pink label Drome vinyl in later orange-on-yellow sleeves, stamped numbering on back out of 100 made (some non-standard numbers such as "666" exist).
Skip Groff of Limp Records : "The Pagans, on Drome, put out a great 45 with "What's This Shit Called Love"? I loved the record, and one day while ordering some stuff for the store through them, the owner mentioned he had 100 original 45s left, but no more picture sleeves. I bought all 100 and he sent me the artwork, which I printed up as a limited edition numbered of 100, different color picture sleeve... It was a Limp release, though it says it nowhere on the sleeve, and obviously not the record either."
Another 1987 edition of 200 exists with black-on-gold sleeve with a Treehouse logo on the back: (Pagans - Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love?).
Recorded at Suma, Ohio in March of 1978.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Label Matrix): NR9666-1
- Matrix / Runout (B Label Matrix): NR9666-2
- Matrix / Runout (A Runout Etching): DR1-A SUMAMB NR-9666-1 "THE STREET WHERE NOBODY LIVES"
- Matrix / Runout (B Runout Etching): DR1-B SUMAMB "WHAT'S THIS SHIT CALLED LOVE"? NR-9666-2
|DR1||Pagans||Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? (7")||Drome||DR1||US||1978|
|DR014||Pagans||Streets Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? (7", M/Print, RE)||Danger Records||DR014||France||2016|
|DR 014||Pagans||Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? (7", Single, TP)||Danger Records||DR 014||France||2016|
|DR1, none||Pagans||Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? (7", Ltd, Num)||Drome, Treehouse Records||DR1, none||US||1987|
|DR1||Pagans||Street Where Nobody Lives / What's This Shit Called Love? (7", RE)||Nudrome||DR1||US||1994|