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King Kurt - Slammers! album flac

  • Performer: King Kurt
  • Album: Slammers!
  • FLAC: 1521 mb | MP3: 1666 mb
  • Released: 1985
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Psychobilly, Punk, Rockabilly
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 938
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King Kurt - Slammers! album flac

Tracklist

Slammers
Screamin' Abdabs
Ape Hour

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BUYIT 235 King Kurt Slammers! ‎(12", Single) Stiff Records BUYIT 235 UK 1985
P BUY 235 King Kurt Slammers ‎(7", Pic) Stiff Records P BUY 235 UK 1985
BUY 235 King Kurt Slammers ‎(7", Single) Stiff Records BUY 235 UK 1985


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On its original 1986 release (one of the last LPs released on Stiff Records as the pioneering punk era label was shutting its doors), King Kurt's second album was officially untitled and most often referred to as "King Kurt's second album. To the band and its fervent fans, however, the album was always known as Big Cock, and the CD reissues restored that name (referring, of course, to the noble rooster towering majestically over the band on the album's cover) to its proper place.