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8 thoughts on “ Plastic Jesus - The Goldcoast Singers* - Here They Are! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Plastic Jesus by The Goldcoast Singers (Ed Rush & George Cromarty) We're here to pick and sing And we hope we bring a television light antenna. Imagine, friends, the envy of your neighbors when they come in to watch Mitch Miller at your house, and they see the en-tire Holy Family, sitting on top of your television set, with their halos.
  2. Jamie from Chicago, Il This was also covered by Jello Biafra (with Mojo Nixon) on their album "Prairie Home Invasion." Sam from Philippi, Wv Billy Idol also did a cover of the song "Plastic Jesus" on his album "Devil's PLayground." It's by far one of the most incumbusing versions as it includes the classic Goldcoast Singers verses as well.
  3. Plastic Jesus, an album by The Goldcoast Singers on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. A Monastery for Blindfolded Mystics Plastic Jesus and the Third Eye Blind as if aliens arrived on earth and play to earthlings their truly cosmic symphonies – I mean the album is really spaced out. The tunes show lush and diverse beats and harmonies often turn into sonic avalanches.
  5. Comprised of former members of Bad Religion and Ill Repute, the unfortunately monikered Jackass winds up being as absurd as it is effective on its country- and punk-fostered debut, Plastic cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.coinfong two pop covers that are less novelty than they are knock 'em dead, frontman Toby Emery leads his co-conspirators through charming, stripped-down piss takes on Madonna's "Music" and the.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Here They Are! on Discogs. Label: World Pacific Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk4/5(1).
  7. "Plastic Jesus" is an American folk song written by Ed Rush and George Cromarty in They recorded it as a humorous ad spoof in as The Goldcoast Singers on World Pacific Records' Here They Are! The Goldcoast Singers (wp).
  8. The Goldcoast Singers, Plastic Jesus (): THE GOLDCOAST SINGERS often go to church socials in order to relax, sometimes they are called upon to sing .

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