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Idiot Box - The Damned - Music For Pleasure (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 19,  · The Damned: Music For Pleasure ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, Promo, RE, Pap) Imperial Records (13) TECI UK: Sell This Version: TECI The Damned: idiot box and problem child, anyway again this japan edition was only printed once in february and did not sell well and never went back into print in japan and is quite hard to find /5().
  2. Apr 06,  · WMG (on behalf of Sanctuary Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., ARESA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, CMRRA, LatinAutor, and 3 Music .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Music For Pleasure on Discogs/5(3).
  4. Music for Pleasure, an Album by The Damned. Released in on Stiff (catalog no. COU/B/SEEZ 05; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock.
  5. Jan 03,  · The Damned; Album Problem Child; Writers BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., ARESA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, LatinAutor, and 4 Music Rights Societies The DamnedIdiot Box. - Duration: 5.
  6. The Damned's second album Music For Pleasure was produced by Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason after the band's attempts to lure Syd Barrett from his reclusion failed. Music For Pleasure featured new guitarist Lu Edmunds, as well as guest saxophonist Lol Coxhill/5(24).
  7. The 3rd release by The Damned and still before they went down a darker road, this album holds true the late 70's english punk sound. A must have for any classic punk afficionado.I personally don't like it as much as their first, but its far better than their 2nd, Machine Gun Ettiquate/5(24).
  8. Damned, The Music For Pleasure Idiot Box I can't turn you off I just try and laugh you off Tumbling you maybe are But you sure ain't rock n roll (chorus) People standing in the rain Just to see a dream of him Supersonic, oh come back soon Cos all we got is a marquee moon Billy singer don't waste my time Just turn on to "whats my line".
  9. Music for Pleasure (taken from a budget comp. disc) was the title of the album. The songs were supposed to be psychedelic in nature but they turned out resembling Stooges' sound alikes. James was a huge fan of the late band and he even added a saxaphone (Lol Coxhill) on one of the tracks (You Know) giving the album an even more Stooges' sound/5(18).
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