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I Can Only Give You Everything - Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 Thoughts to “ I Can Only Give You Everything - Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Kazim
    Buy Destiny Street Repaired (CD) by Richard Hell & The Voidoids (CD). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S. Amoeba Music. Home; [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Richard Hell & The Voidoids Blank Generation [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) I Can Only Give You Everything. Richard Hell & The Voidoids 8. Ignore That Door.
  2. Zulkinos
    Blank Generation () Love Comes in Spurts Liars Beware New Pleasure Betrayal Takes Two Down at the Rock and Roll Club Who Says? Blank Generation Walking on the Water The Plan Another World Bonus tracks on CD reissue I'm Your Man All the Way Destiny Street () The Kid with the Replaceable Head You Gotta Move Going, Going, Gone Lowest Common Dominator Downtown at Dawn Time I Can Only Give.
  3. Moogujas
    Hell revived the band in with the album Destiny Street, and while successful, the Voidoids again faded into a period of quiet. During the 80’s Hell continued to write poetry and began to.
  4. Nasida
    The band was named "the Voidoids" after a novel Hell had been writing. [5] Musically, Hell drew inspiration from acts such as Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, protopunk band the Stooges and fellow New Yorker group the Velvet Underground, a group with a reputation for heroin -fueled rock and roll with poetic lyrics. [6].
  5. Shagar
    Artist: Album: Format: Availability - H - Richard Hell & The Voidoids: Blank Generation ( Gram) LP () Limited (3) Richard Hell & The Voidoids: Destiny Street.
  6. Kimi
    Richard Hell was (from what I have gathered) in the depths of his heroin addiction while recording this album, and just didn't really care about it. Except for a few highlights, like "I can only give you everything" or "Destiny Street" it is a weak album for only true fans to enjoy/5(3).
  7. Mazujar
    Because, children, Richard Hell & The Voidoids could swing, and it certainly wasn’t the rhythm section, with future Ramone Mark Bell on drums and Hell on bass, that did it. You see, for an album heralded as a classic punk record from that first generation of CBGB bands, Blank Generation sure was funky, and Lord, was this band tight.
  8. Yozil
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