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Saints And Sinners - Johnny & The Self Abusers* - Dead Or Alive - Pre Simple Minds (Vinyl)

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  1. Fenos says:
    Johnny and The Self Abusers Saints and Sinners / Dead Vandals () [Single] "Saints and Sinners" () [bonus] How better to close this album with this blast of pure pre-Simple Minds '77 punk? "Saints and Sinners" () [bonus].
  2. Kizuru says:
    Saints and Sinners / Dead Vandals, a Single by Johnny and The Self Abusers. Released 11 November on Chiswick (catalog no. NS 22; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Punk Rock.
  3. Mikacage says:
    Oct 31,  · Christians celebrate All Saints’ on 1 November and All Souls’ on 2 November. Halloween is considered a pagan holiday, but there are cultures that have similar practices, such as Mexico’s Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead (a cultural celebration that also inspired the animated movie, “Coco”).
  4. Marr says:
    History Roots and early years. The roots of Simple Minds are in the short-lived punk band Johnny & The Self-Abusers, founded on the South Side of Glasgow in early The band was conceived (initially as an imaginary band) by would-be Glasgow scene-maker Alan Cairnduff, although he left the job of organising the band to his friend John Milarky.
  5. Doubar says:
    Mar 19,  · Of course, the initial Chiswick 7” of “Johnny & The Self Abusers” would not be on a Virgin volume like X5, but since I scoff at lawyers, it kicks off my set. Here’s a list of what I included that was passed on in X5. Johnny & The Self Abusers: Saints + Sinners; Johnny & The Self Abusers: Dead Vandals; I Travel [7″ edit] Celebrate [7.
  6. Nagar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Saints And Sinners on Discogs. Label: Chiswick Records - NS 22 • Format: Vinyl 7 Johnny And The Self Abusers - Saints And Sinners (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(41).
  7. Samukus says:
    Jan 22,  · In at number 5 it’s ‘Saints & Sinners’ by Johnny & The Self Abusers! Stylus Magazine recently published a Top Ten Scottish Punk Singles compiled by their own staff. Johnny & The Self Abusers’ ‘Saints & Sinners’ made it to number 5 and the following short article was penned by Ryan Foley.
  8. Faezragore says:
    Johnny attempted to broaden his appeal by moving from power blues into a broader-based, FM friendly collection of songs on this album. This was the first JW vinyl album I ever bought as a 16 year old, having been blown away by the ferocity of his playing on hearing `Boney Moronie` on the John Peel show. Spine tingling/5(52).
  9. Mugami says:
    Two sources were used for this bootleg: two tracks were taken from the Saints And Sinners single, whilst the B-side featured two live songs from one of the band's Mars Bar appearances. The Mars Bar tracks sound slightly better quality than the cassette bootlegs of this concert. They're either from a different source or an earlier generation tape.

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