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8 thoughts on “ I Dont Want To Go This Way - Mick Farren - Vampires Stole My Lunch Money (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mona: The Carnivorous Circus, an Album by Mick Farren. Released in March on Transatlantic (catalog no. TRA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Paul Buckmaster (cello), Mick Farren (vocals, electronics, producer), John Gustafson (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Steve Hammond (guitar, vocals), Raul (aka_text {conga drums} role_id aka_text.
  2. Written-By – Larry Wallis, Mick Farren: A3: I Don't Want To Go This Way Written-By – Larry Wallis, Mick Farren: A4: I Want To Drink Written-By – Larry Wallis, Mick Farren: A5: Son Of A Millionaire Written-By – Larry Wallis, Mick Farren: A6: Zombie Line Written-By – Larry Wallis, Mick Farren: B1: Bela Lugosi Written-By – Colquhoun /5(31).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mick Farren - Vampires Stole My Lunch Money at Discogs. Complete your Mick Farren collection/5(50).
  4. Jan 09,  · Mick Farren - Vampires Stole My Lunch Money () Trouble Coming Every Day (Zappa) Half Price Drinks (Farren, Wallis) I Don't Want to Go This Way (Farren, Wallis) I Want a Drink (Farren, Wallis) Son of a Millionaire (Farren, Wallis) Zombie Line (Farren, Wallis) Bela Lugosi (Farren, Coloquhoun) People Call You Crazy (Farren, Coloquhoun).
  5. Oct 28,  · (MICK FARREN)-VAMPIRES STOLE MY LUNCH MONEY Trouble Coming Every Day/02 Half Price Drinks/03 Don't Want To Go This Way/04 I Want a Drink/05 Son of a Millionaire/06 Zombie Line/07 Bela Lugosi/08 People Call You Crazy/09 Fast Eddie/10 Let Me In Damn You/11 (I Know From) Self Destruction/12 Drunk In the Morning.
  6. Sensationalist coverage in the (Mick Farren edited) International Times solidified their rebel reputation.[4] Polydor Records commissioned the group to record a single, "The Snake" / "Do It", and were happy enough with the results to offer the group an album contract. The debut album Never Never Land was released in
  7. Mick Farren was trying to make a point though with this old joke, and it was a poignant one; his liner notes continued: “Maybe there was a utopian time when musicians could expect to support their survival by playing rock & roll, but I don’t recall so much as meeting anybody who could remember such a golden age. Even cats with record deals.
  8. out of 5 stars Mick Farren - 'Vampire Stole My Lunch Money' (Captain Trip) 3 1/2 stars Reviewed in the United States on June 24, Originally released in , 'Vampires ' was the Deviant's frontman Mick Farren's second solo outing/5(6).

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