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    Deep Black - The Smithereens - Green Thoughts (Cassette, Album)


    1. Mora

      Jan 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Green Thoughts · The Smithereens Green Thoughts ℗ Capitol Records Inc. Released on: Producer: Don Dixon Composer: Pat DiNizio Auto.
    2. Yozshuzil

      Ascolta Deep Black di The Smithereens da Green Thoughts. Deezer: musica in streaming gratuita. Scopri più di 56 milioni di brani, crea le tue playlist e condividi i tuoi brani preferiti con i tuoi amici.
    3. Jurisar

      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Green Thoughts on Discogs/5().
    4. Vikus

      Green Thoughts is The Smithereen's second LP, and it's clearly amazing and defining of the alternative rock scene of the 80's. Like "Especially For You", the album really shines on its songwriting and cohesiveness. Pat DiNizio continues to tell us every sad story about love, so it's definitely for those who are heartbroken and pensive/5(25).
    5. Shami

      This was the first Smithereens album I bought, actually it was a gift and it came with two tickets to their show. ‘Green Thoughts’ was the song I was in love with, or was it the melodic ‘Spellbound,’ no, I’m sure it was ‘House We Used to Live In.’ No matter, the whole album is exceptionally wonderful.
    6. Zulushura

      Produced by: Don Dixon THE SMITHEREENS toured relentlessly from May of ’86 to September of ’87 to promote their debut album Especially For You. After returning to the States, the band began work on a new album. Holed up in his NYC apartment, Pat DiNizio composed all of .
    7. Gagor

      Green Thoughts is the second studio album by The Smithereens, released in March by Enigma / Capitol Records. The single, "Only a Memory", reached No. 92 on the Billboard Hot and topped the Album Rock Tracks chart in
    8. Faenris

      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Green Thoughts on Discogs. Label: Enigma (4) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • /5(17).
    9. Kalabar

      Green Thoughts is as good a pop rock album as you're ever likely to hear and, off the back of it, I've just ordered 11, The Smithereens' follow-up. On the strength of the mathematical equation above I'll get around to listening to it in which, apparently, is only six weeks away.

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