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  1. Shakanos
    Mister Loveless are a 4-piece rock band founded in by high school friends, Rob Miller and Charlie Koliha in a sleepy suburb of San Francisco called, Walnut Creek. Loveless (as those familiar with the band refer to them) grew from an angular, post-punk act to a sonic territory, all their own when they enlisted long time friend, Sean Gaffney. Reply
  2. Mikarr
    Nov 02,  · Song facts “Love Is Strange” is the only song from Wings’s debut album, “Wild Life“, not written and credited to Paul & Linda McCartney. From Wikipedia: “Love is Strange” was a crossover hit by American rhythm and blues duet Mickey & Sylvia, which was released in late November by the Groove record label. The song was based on a guitar riff by Jody Williams. Reply
  3. Vikinos
    Oct 04,  · MISTER LOVELESS GROW UP This album, full of middle-of-the-road surf rock, redeems itself with a few mold-breaking, understated new wave tunes. Reply
  4. Faular
    Dec 26,  · Mister Loveless' sound is a nice mix of shoegaze and post-punk. The singer's droning voice sounds Ian Curtis inspired and many of the songs have pronounced JDish bass lines. A few songs break from this so the album is all over musically; the first track, Twiggy, is a surfy instrumental and Scatterplot is a guitar filled shoegazy song. Reply
  5. Sharg
    Grow Up and With four releases and a handful of tours behind it, Mister Loveless began writing and recording its first full-length album. The band recruited Duane M. Ramos, with whom it had already worked on Three Words, to engineer and produce the album. This time, however, it was recorded entirely in Mister Loveless’s home studio/rehearsal space, Shady Glen Studios, located in Miller’s . Reply
  6. Vudobar
    Jul 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Mister Loveless - Just Thoughts [OFFICIAL VIDEO] YouTube Mister Loveless - The Old Pain [OFFICIAL VIDEO] - Duration: Mister Loveless 12, views. Reply
  7. Mezizragore
    Sep 11,  · Ironically titled, Grow Up is a refreshing return-to-days of carefree, chunky electric guitars, battering post-punk percussion and bowing vocals. Nodding to the Futureheads and Henry Clay People, while singer Rob Miller aims yesteryear, where emotional juts are hung with unapologetic shredding (thanks for that, Morrissey).5/5(1). Reply
  8. Kesida
    The album comes to an abrupt end as Owens’ syncopation skills get a work out on "Dead Love", a song on which McKeown resorts to an acoustic guitar. This final track comes off as an extraordinary Page and Bonham-esque modern sharp-edged "Misty Mountain Hop." Just like Black Pistol Fire, this album is smokin'. You should definitely give it a shot. Reply

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