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View Poll Results: Best Gun Club Album? (Listed In Order Of Release)
Fire Of Love (1981) 2 33.33%
Miami (1982) 2 33.33%
The Las Vegas Story (1984) 1 16.67%
Mother Juno (1987) 0 0%
Pastoral Hide & Seek (1990) 0 0%
Lucky Jim (1993) 1 16.67%
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Old 06-04-2009, 06:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know there is already a Gun Club thread somewhere on here but I thought ti would be good to have a poll on the best album. I know 'Miami' or 'Fire Of Love' are the two most popular ones but my favourite would have to be 'Lucky Jim'.
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I went Miami. Love Fire Of Love though.
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Miami. I have the tape with the Death Party EP, so that made my decision.
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Miami. I have the tape with the Death Party EP, so that made my decision.
Are there two versions of Death Party or something? I have one of them
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It's just the EP added on at the end of Side Two of the tape. Not a bad find, actually, and still in decent condition after all those plays.
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It's just the EP added on at the end of Side Two of the tape. Not a bad find, actually, and still in decent condition after all those plays.
Aha. Mine seems to be Death Party EP and then a lot of live recordings, including "Run Through The Jungle" "House On Highland Ave" and "Fire Of Love". With a piano accompanying. Is that the same?
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Aha. Mine seems to be Death Party EP and then a lot of live recordings, including "Run Through The Jungle" "House On Highland Ave" and "Fire Of Love". With a piano accompanying. Is that the same?
Mine's the Animal Records Cassette with Miami plus the 5 Death Party EP tracks produced by Jeffery Lee Pierce and Chris Stein (The later being the owner of Animal Records from 82-4...which, by the way also unleashed Iggy's Zombie Birdhouse album). Nothing live, just the Blank Tapes Studios tracks.
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Mine's the Animal Records Cassette with Miami plus the 5 Death Party EP tracks produced by Jeffery Lee Pierce and Chris Stein (The later being the owner of Animal Records from 82-4...which, by the way also unleashed Iggy's Zombie Birdhouse album). Nothing live, just the Blank Tapes Studios tracks.
Chris Stein? I'd forgotten that... but then, JLP was a big Blondie fan. And had Debbie on backing vox on Miami, apparently
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