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Two Beads At The End - Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime (CD, Album)

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  1. Two Beads at the End; Do You Want New Wave or Do You Want the Truth? Don't Look Now; If What Makes a Man Start Fires? was a remarkable step forward from the Minutemen's promising debut album, The Punch Line, then Double Nickels on the Dime was a quantum leap into greatness, a sprawling song set that was as impressive as it was ambitious. 5/5(1).
  2. A double album containing 45 songs, Double Nickels on the Dime combines elements of punk rock, funk, country, spoken word and jazz, and references a variety of themes, from the Vietnam War and racism in America, to working-class experience and linguistics.
  3. Two Beads at the End 30 West Germany 31 You Need the Glory 32 Shit from an Old Notebook Minutemen, and this album as a standout, got my respect because they did not play within the lines of what was "supposed" to be punk rock, though they seemed to get lumped into the category. Ce «Double nickels on the dime» avait /5().
  4. Simply put, Double Nickels on the Dime was the finest album of the Minutemen's career, and one of the very best American rock albums of the s.
  5. Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime Album Lyrics; 1. One Reporter’s Opinion Lyrics: 2. Ain’t Talkin’ ’Bout Love Lyrics: 3. History Lesson Part 2 Lyrics: 4. Nature Without Man Lyrics: 5. History Lesson, Part II Lyrics: 6. Corona Lyrics: 7. D.'s Car Jam / Anxious Mo-Fo Lyrics: 8. Martin's Story Lyrics: 9. There Ain't Shit on T.V.
  6. Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime I wish this would be corrected and that the album would get released in a 2 disc set that restored the songs to the original order. 07 Two Beads At The End.m4a. 08 Do You Want New Wave Or Do .
  7. Recorded 11/83 & 4/84 at Radio Toyko in Venice, California The Minutemen thank Joe Baiza, John Rocknowski, and Dirk Vandenberg for their lead guitars in "Take 5, D.", Tom for his semi-hollow Gibson (used on some songs by D. Boon), Joe and Jack Brewer for the lyrics, Joe Carducci for his words plus guidance, Hank and Chuck for their words, Martin and Dirk for .
  8. Minutemen's Double Nickels on the Dime is a masterwork of American indie rock, a sprawling, song explosion of terse, revolutionary rock & roll. Rifling through a kind of lurching punk-funk, this San Pedro, California, trio poses philosophical questions, mocks love-song clichés and Michael Jackson, covers CCR and Van Halen, and gets drunk on /5().
  9. Editors’ Notes Double Nickels on the Dime serves as an affirmation of punk rock liberty from a band that believed in it more than any other. Spread over two records and a staggering 44 songs, the album’s girth spoofed the seventies excesses of Peter Frampton and Yes, yet it was also a verification of the band’s creative stamina.

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