Category: Alternative


  1. Kigalmaran says:
    Discogs: CD, Album No リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  2. Akinomuro says:
    Apr 12,  · THE SPIDERS ALBUM No This LP is the best thing I've heard in a long time. Philips My favourite ever Japanese band is Carol. This is gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo first album Louisiana,from the amazing cover art to every single tracks attempt to recreate the Star Clubs famed Silver Beatles is a masterpiece but the first Japanese band I ever fell in.
  3. Mausida says:
    Album No. 1 (April ) Album No. 2 (May ) Daishingeki (soundtrack) () Album No. 3 (February ) The Spiders Meets The Savage (March ) Album No. 4 (September ) Album No. 5 (March ) Films. Friends (, Nikkatsu) Director: Nozomu Yanase. Highland Lady (, Nikkatsu) Director: Nozomu Yanase.
  4. Sajora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Album No.1 on Discogs. Label: Philips - PLP • Series: Group Sounds Original Collection • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Garage Rock3/5(1).
  5. Sara says:
    Album No. 1, an Album by The Spiders. Released 15 April on Philips (catalog no. SFL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Group Sounds.
  6. Shar says:
    A note: this is Teichiku's mini-LP sleeve reissue, which doesn't have an entire album's worth of bonus tracks found on the "standard" reissue. This is a *good thing*, because Spiders No. the other album on the standard twofer--is absolutely wretched, filled with uninspired cover versions, mostly of the Beatles and the Animals/5(3).
  7. Akinokora says:
    The Spiders [New Orleans] A: Mmm Mmm Baby B: The Real Thing: Imperial USA: X Sep 7" 0: The Spiders [New Orleans] A: She Keeps Me Wondering B: "21" Imperial USA: X Nov 7" 0: The Spiders [New Orleans] A: Lost And Bewildered B: That's Enough: Imperial USA: X Jan 7" 1: The Spiders [New Orleans] A: Am I The One B.
  8. Akikree says:
    Spider is one of those hybrid bands that didn't quite work -- they weren't mainstream pop/rock, new wave or hard rock -- and serious, self-conscious songs, coupled with a forced image, make for an overall forgettable album. Amanda Blue's hiccuping vocals predated Dale Bozzio's, but Bozzio's worked better with the new wave groove of Missing Persons; Blue's voice is quite pretty and reminiscent.

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