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9 thoughts on “ I Want What You Got - The Plimsouls - The Plimsouls...Plus (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Dom says:
    The Plimsouls ‎– The Plimsouls Plus Label: Rhino Records (2) ‎– R2 Format: CD, Album I Want What You Got Written-By – Peter Case: 8: Nickels And Dimes Written-By – Peter Case: 9: Tracks 1 to 11 were released in on "The Plimsouls" album. Tracks 12 to 20 are labeled as Bonus Tracks/5(36).
  2. Netaxe says:
    The Plimsouls Plus, an Album by The Plimsouls. Released 15 September on Rhino (catalog no. R2 ; CD). Genres: Power Pop/5(4).
  3. Zologor says:
    The Plimsouls ‎– The Plimsouls Plus Etichetta: Rhino Records (2) ‎– R2 Formato: CD I Want What You Got Written-By – Peter Case: 8: Nickels And Dimes Written-By – Peter Case: 9: Tracks 1 to 11 were released in on "The Plimsouls" album. Tracks 12 /5(35).
  4. Maudal says:
    The Plimsouls is the debut studio album by American power pop band The Plimsouls, released in by record label Planet. The album reached # on the Billboard albums chart. Track listing "Lost Time" () "Now" () "In This Town" () "Zero Hour" () "Women" () "Hush, Hush" () "I Want What You Got" () "Nickels and Dimes Genre: Power pop.
  5. Totaxe says:
    Apr 05,  · The Plimsouls, an Album by The Plimsouls. Released in on Planet (catalog no. P; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop. Featured peformers: Peter Case (lead vocals, guitar), David Pahoa (bass, backing vocals), Lou Ramirez (drums), Eddie Muñoz (lead guitar), Doug Richardson (tenor saxophone), Jackie Kelso (baritone saxophone), Harold Battiste (horn arrangements), Danny /5(10).
  6. Moshakar says:
    The Plimsouls were in the right place and time -- Los Angeles, just after the Knack took skinny-tie power pop national -- to score a major record deal almost upon forming. With the instant credibility conferred by leader Peter Case's membership in the legendary punk-pop Nerves (whose "Hanging on the Telephone" Blondie had taken to the charts), the Plimsouls were expected to become a very big deal.
  7. Gojas says:
    The Plimsouls debut was a polished rocking affair, eleven solid songs with nine written by singer Peter Case (and other band members) plus two covers. There wasn't a single dud on the original album's listing, and both "Now" and "Zero Hour" (here also in its original Ep recording as a "plus" track) were released as singles.5/5(18).
  8. Zologrel says:
    A re-recorded version of the song is also included on the Speed soundtrack album. Reunion. Case has continued with a solo career since the band's mids breakup. In , The Plimsouls, without Ramirez, reunited for a few shows and some recording sessions, resulting in a little-heard reunion album called Kool Trash.
  9. Gardakree says:
    Jan 15,  · Formed in Los Angeles in , the Plimsouls merged roots, retro and guitar rock with a ramshackle punk aesthetic. At a time when rock music was shifting gears, the Plimsouls' brand of soul-punk -- a modern take on '60s soul, British Invasion and garage rock sounds -- fit right in with the '80s post-punk American guitar band movement.

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