Category: Rock

The Subterraneans - Honeyrider - All Systems Go! (CD, Album)

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  1. The combination of Auerbach and Hamman takes the new album away from the Southern roots sound of Sweany's previous releases and into the classic Rust Belt rock of the 70s. Hot on the heels of his acclaimed album ""CMon CMere"", Ohio native Patrick Sweany returns with a new set of rock n' soul numbers on ""Every Hour Is A Dollar Spent"".
  2. Florida's Honeyrider are one of the more widely buzzed about bands in the indie underground. Their first two releases on legendary UK label Damaged Goods Records—All Systems Go! () and Splashdown ()—are infectious pop gems that won the group praise in publications such as the NME and Rolling Stone.
  3. As a follow-up to Honeyrider's fabulous debut on Orange Sky Records, Sunshine Skyway, here comes the long-awaited US release of All Systems Go!, with 5 bonus live tracks, 'Pleasure Beach', 'The Subterraneans', 'Sweeter Than Sunshine', 'Coolest Girl In School', 'Hello Tokyo', recorded at the International Pop Overthrow Festival in NYC in December
  4. Dec 13,  · "Gaz" Strickland has been a member of all the following bands: Hated Youth - Angry Inches Whirl Honeyrider present Helen Love The Loons Doll Parts present The Spears present The Plastic Stars present DISCOGRAPHY Honeyrider (San Diego, CA/Clearwater, FL) Albums: All Systems Go!, CD/LP (Damaged Goods) UK All Systems Go!, CD .
  5. Stream All Systems Go! by Honeyrider and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample)/5(2).
  6. Honeyrider are originally from San Diego in the USA but are now based in sunny Florida. they sound like a cross between the Beach Boys and the Jesus and Mary Chain. They have done two albums for us 'All Systems Go' in and 'Splashdown' in
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of All Systems Go! on Discogs.
  8. Honeyrider is a group originally from San Diego and they (at least on this album) dabble in a surf rock sound reminiscent of early Beach Boys. I wish I could drool all over myself about this album like every other review I spied about it, but to be honest listening to the 12 original tracks here in one sitting was just too taxing to keep my.

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