Deserters - Deserters album flac
|No Time For Talking||3:15|
|Boys In Berlin||3:45|
|Raining Over France||2:35|
|Take It Away||3:24|
|ST-12164||Deserters||Deserters (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-12164||Canada||1981|
|4XT-12164||Deserters||Deserters (Cass, Album)||Capitol Records||4XT-12164||US||1981|
|1A 062-400027||Deserters||Deserters (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, EMI||1A 062-400027||Europe||1981|
|ST-12164||Deserters||Deserters (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-12164||US||1981|
Deserters is an album by British folk music group Oysterband, released in 1992. All That Way for This" (Telfer, Jones) - 4:19. The Deserter" (Telfer, Prosser, Jones) - 5:08. Angels of the River" (Telfer, Jones) - 5:08. We Could Leave Right Now" (Telfer, Prosser) - 3:22. Elena's Shoes" (Burgess, Telfer, Prosser, Jones) - 4:56. Granite Years" (Telfer, Jones) - 4:20. Diamond for a Dime" (Telfer, Prosser, Jones) - 4:07. Never Left" (Prosser, Jones) - 3:46. Ship Sets Sail" (Telfer, Jones) - 3:26.
Get information about Reethe from Balos Jacken and the deserters in Dustwallow Marsh. A level 35 Dustwallow Marsh Quest. The latest information and scouting reports I have received indicate that a group of deserters has squatted in our abandoned tower at Lost Point, southeast of the inn. The local lieutenant seems to be Balos Jacken. See if you can get some information out of him.
Deserters is an album by British folk music group Oysterband, released in 1992.
Deserters" was the album that truly placed this band on the map, and even though it's not their best (I would have trouble placing it anywhere above fifth in ranking), it could be argued that this album is by far the most important.
Album Name Deserters. Data de aparición 1992. Labels Rykodisc Cooking Vinyl. Estilo MusicalFolk Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. All the Way for This. 3. Angels of the River.
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While Shouting is a rocking, hot-blooded outing that often brings to mind the exuberance of the Pogues, Deserters is much more subtle and restrained but equally substantial. Both sides of the Oyster Band (which shouldn't be confused with the heavy metal/hard-rock act Blue Oyster Cult) are equally appealing, and while introspective gems like "Elena's Shoes," "Diamond for a Dime," and "All That Way for This" might lack the immediacy of songs from The Shouting End of Life, they're no less impressive.
Update: you probably know deserters is on an indefinite hiatus. Wasn't working out, we'll leave it at that. On a more positive note, we have all been working on different projects. More info on that as it develops. Pat has a thrash band with his brother Tom called "Bombscare" and they will be releasing new material soon heck them out.