Though The Psyclone Rangers' debut was a rence-per-second explosion of 1960s garage rock funneled through the '70s and '80s, the follow-up The Devil May Care follows a more direct line to the ears. The band instead offers lyrics centered more upon feeling than culture. Again, the music is post-punk garage band raucousness as played from the garage at Graceland, but a few more songs branch out into more experimental angles.
The Psyclone Rangers - Firenze. Опубликовано: 31 мар. 2017 г. Track 3 from their 1995 album The Devil May Care.
Read about Mono Town from The Psyclone Rangers's The Devil May Care and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Psyclone Rangers. The Psyclone Rangers came together in the mid 80s in Allentown, Pennsylvania. They recorded 3 albums and were working on their fourth when they packed it in due to lack of interest. If they owe you money, they apologize and hope you understand.
Psyclone is the eighth studio album for Australian rock singer Jimmy Barnes, It was released in Australia by Mushroom Records and peaked at on the ARIA chart. Barnes said in 2010: When I made Psyclone, I was at the height of my alcoholism and addiction, he recalls. I was literally staring into the abyss". All tracks written by Barnes, except track 3 (written by: Jimmy Barnes, Guy Davies, Michael Hegerty /Jeff Neill ).
Gigs seen live by. 2 people have seen The Psyclone Rangers live. Last updated: 28 Apr 2019, 07:49 Etc/UTC. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
The Psyclone Rangers. Lyrics for top songs by The Psyclone Rangers. Why the Hell Did I Die? The Psyclone Rangers. You're Not Edie Sedgewick.
The Psyclone Rangers were one of the premier bands in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania during the decade known as the 1990s. Concert Archives users have seen Psyclone Rangers 1 time. The Reverand Horton Heat with Psyclone Rangers and Flint Rubble Bubble Cakes at the Euclid Tavern (May The Reverend Horton Heat, Psyclone Rangers, Flint Rubble Bubble Cakes.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Ain't Goin Down||1:52|
Mellotron – Ian Caple
|6||The Awe Song||3:53|
|7||Why The Hell Did I Die?||2:50|
Written-By – Jonathan Richman
Guitar [Additional Guitar Damage] – Wayne Hamilton Written-By – Jonathan Valania, Wayne Hamilton
Organ [Booker T.'s Hammond Organ] – Ian Caple
- Distributed By – Virgin France S.A. – 724384044022
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – World Domination Music Group
- Copyright (c) – World Domination Music Group
- Recorded At – Ardent Studios
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- A&R – Dave Allen
- Bass, Backing Vocals [Add Vocals] – P.R. Behler
- Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals [Add Vocals] – James Knerr*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jeffrey Reed*
- Guitar, Backing Vocals [Add Vocals] – Scot Dantzer
- Illustration – Dan Clowes*
- Layout – Kristin Thomson
- Management – Debbie Gordon
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Photography By – Carol Frace
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Ian Caple
- Vocals, Mellotron [Additional Mellotron] – Jonathan Valania
- Written-By – The Psyclone Rangers (tracks: 1 to 7, 11, 98)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724384044022
|WD0025-2||The Psyclone Rangers||The Devil May Care (CD, Album)||World Domination Recordings||WD0025-2||US||1995|
|WDOM015CD||The Psyclone Rangers||The Devil May Care (CD, Album)||World Domination Recordings||WDOM015CD||Germany||1995|
|TNSD 0097||The Psyclone Rangers||The Devil May Care (CD, Album, Club)||True North||TNSD 0097||Canada||1995|