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    Gulkis

    6 years ago

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    Cheree is a song by the synth punk band Suicide, written by its members Martin Rev and Alan Vega. It was released as a single in by Bronze Records. Since its initial release, it has been covered by a number of artists, most notably by? and the Mysterians on their album More Action.
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    Kashura

    6 years ago

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    Cheree This song is by Suicide and appears on the album Suicide () on the album Suicide: Alan Vega & Martin Rev ().
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    Vuzragore

    6 years ago

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    Re-mastered red vinyl with extensive sleeve notes and 12" art print. Mute / BMG announce the definitive reissue of Suicide’s genuinely classic and highly influential eponymous debut album. As part of the Art Of The Album series, the album has been re-mastered in and .
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    Manris

    6 years ago

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    In fact, they are soundboard recordings. They reflect the extreme nature of a Suicide concert experience and the audience reaction to them. Their "sets" were usually between 20 and 25 minutes and featured a medley of "tunes" -- "Ghostrider," "Rocket USA," "Frankie Teardrop," "Cheree," and a cover of? & the Mysterians' "96 Tears." The final.
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    Telabar

    6 years ago

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    Johnny Lyrics: John John John Johnny / Johnny / He’s cruising the night looking for love / He’s looking so mean he’s feeling so tough / Johnny / John John John Johnny / He’s looking so.
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    Digul

    6 years ago

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    Jan 18,  · At the time, researchers found that to year-old youths saw a % increase in suicide rates in April following the show's release -- after accounting for ongoing trends, according to.
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    Maucage

    6 years ago

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    10 rows · May 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Suicide - /5().
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    Diramar

    6 years ago

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    The second disc contains live versions of Dominic Christ, Johnny, Cheree, Devastation, Jukebox Baby 96, Girl, Surrender and Harlem. It perhaps better reflects the awesome power of Suicide at their best, and makes this CD an essential purchase for fans. But A Way Of Life does not represent the best of this great pioneering band/5(12).