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The Blasters — Trouble Bound (live)
Album: Trouble Bound
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Released: 2002
Length: 3:33
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Ho hum...the perfect rating and description. At least with Elvis this would have been original.
Ewwwwwwwwww!!! :razz:
ThePoose wrote:
Now slide on into the Proclaimers for some Scottish blues!
... Yes Please? ...
Now slide on into the Proclaimers for some Scottish blues!
I have this album. A bit hit/miss but the Blasters stuff is great. Still one of my favorite movies of all time. Jimmy2000 wrote:
dewhead wrote:
I first heard the Blaster's in the movie "Streets of Fire" which came out in 1984. They were the band in a bar scene in the movie. Can't remember which song they were playing but I remember liking it enough to watch the credits and find out who they were and to go get a couple of their albums. Streets of Fire - great movie! The song was "One Bad Stud", and they also did "Blue Shadows". Great tunes, and well used in the flick. I remember the close up of the lead singer - sweating like a pig and either bald or with a bad combover, I believe. Bad, stiff acting, but it worked because it was supposed to be like a comic book. Thanks for the association. I never would have noticed the connection!
It's Paaartyyyy-tiiiiime!!! Why could not ever be New Year's Eve??? :guitarist: :drunk: :bounce: :drummer: :dance: :clap: :boohoo: :hungry: :hug: :eyes: :drunk: :hearteyes: :kiss:
Hot Damn!!!
From Sonny Landreth to The Blasters! Great stuff!
This like a drunken uncle mixin it up with the house band at your wedding
dewhead wrote:
I first heard the Blaster's in the movie "Streets of Fire" which came out in 1984. They were the band in a bar scene in the movie. Can't remember which song they were playing but I remember liking it enough to watch the credits and find out who they were and to go get a couple of their albums. Streets of Fire - great movie! The song was "One Bad Stud", and they also did "Blue Shadows". Great tunes, and well used in the flick. I remember the close up of the lead singer - sweating like a pig and either bald or with a bad combover, I believe. Bad, stiff acting, but it worked because it was supposed to be like a comic book. Thanks for the association. I never would have noticed the connection!
Never saw the Blasters live but had the fortune to see Dave Alvin, Mojo Nixon and Country Dick Montana perform as the Pleasure Barons. Start with some Blasters, add some Mojo with a pinch of Beat Farmers. Shake well. Serve smokin' hot. :devil_pimp:
I first heard the Blaster's in the movie "Streets of Fire" which came out in 1984. They were the band in a bar scene in the movie. Can't remember which song they were playing but I remember liking it enough to watch the credits and find out who they were and to go get a couple of their albums. They also had a song used in Miami Vice back when Miami Vice was a source of music from off the beaten path.
I am a huge Blasters fan, so I kept my memories of live shows to myself (that is, I didn't want to buy this album). But this track is great! *breaks down and puts it on his "to buy" list*