Laughing Hyenas ‎– Hard Times + Crawl/Covers 2Lp

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Tilgjengelighet: 3
Artikkelnummer: 686
Leverandør: Border
Label -Third Man Records ‎– TMR473, Third Man Records ‎– TMR474, Touch And Go ‎– TMR473, Touch And Go ‎– TMR474
Format  -Vinyl, LP, Album, EP Compilation, Reissue
Released -2018
Style -Rock n roll,blues, punk
Country -US


Tracklist

Hard Times
A1Just Can't Win
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
A2Hard Time Blues
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
A3You're So Cool
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
A4Stay
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
B1Slump
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
B2Home Of The Blues
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
B3Each Dawn I Die
Written-By – Douglas*, Cash*, McAlpin*

B4Shine
Written-By – Laughing Hyenas
Crawl
C1Crawl
C2Living In Darkness
C3Walk
C4Girl
Covers
D1Solid Gold Hell
Written-By – Salmon*
D2I Want You Right Now
Written-By – Frechter*, Page*
D3Under My Thumb
Written-By – Jagger/Richards*
D4Serves Me Right To Suffer
Written-By – John Lee Hooker

Laughing Hyenas were an American alternative rock band based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, that existed from 1985 to 1995. The band was formed by vocalist John Brannon (ex-Negative Approach), guitarist Larissa Stolarchuk (ex-L-Seven), bassist Kevin Monroe, and drummer Mike Danner. Danner would quickly be replaced by Jim Kimball. Both Stolarchuk and Monroe, who were new to their respective instruments when the band formed, would adopt the surname "Strickland" during their time in the band. This line-up remained intact through the band's first 5 years, recording 3 LPs. Monroe and Kimball the departed to form the band Mule while Brannon and Stolarchuk added bassist Kevin Reis and drummer Todd Swalla (ex-Necros (2)). This line-up released the 1992 EP "Crawl". Ron Sakowski (ex-Necros (2)) would replace Reis on the band's final LP, 1995 "Hard Times". Brannon would would go on to form Easy Action (2) and later re-launch Negative Approach (with both groups featuring contributions from Ron Sakowski). Larissa Stolarchuk passed away in October of 2006.