8 thoughts on You Gonna Get It - Coachwhips - Bangers Vs. Fuckers (CD, Album)

  1. Nizshura   Akinosho
    Bangers vs. Fuckers, an Album by Coachwhips. Released 9 December on Narnack (catalog no. NCK; CD). Genres: Garage Punk. Featured peformers: Jeremy Harris (photography), Donny Newenhouse (recording engineer), Weasel Walter (recording engineer), John Dwyer (vocals, guitar), Val-Tronic (keyboards), Mat Hartman (drums).
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  2. Kigagore   Taugal
    Bangers Vs. Fuckers (CD) Coachwhips Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine (CD) Coachwhips Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine (LP) Coachwhips You Gonna Get It. Coachwhips 2. Extinguish Me. Coachwhips 3. I Knew Her, She New Me. Coachwhips.
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  3. Malagor   Kajimi
    While the band had got back together last year for reunion gigs, there seemingly aren't any plans to get Coachwhips back on stage any time soon. Bangers Vs. Fuckers: 1. You Gonna Get It 2.
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  4. Micage   Zolorn
    Nov 04,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Bangers vs Fuckers by Coachwhips Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. You Gonna Get It: 2. Extinguish Me: 3. I Knew Her, She Knew Me: 4. Purse Peekin: 5. Dance Floor: album. Bangers vs Fuckers Coachwhips. 11 songs (18 minutes.
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  5. Kektilar   Moogule
    Fuckers on Discogs. Label: Narnack Records - NCK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Red vinyl • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Lo-Fi, Indie Rock Coachwhips - Bangers Vs/5(35).
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  6. Malami   Tojazilkree
    Coachwhips discography and songs: Music profile for Coachwhips, formed Genres: Garage Punk. Albums include Bangers vs. Fuckers, Get Yer Body Next Ta Mine, and Peanut Butter and Jelly Live at the Ginger Minge.
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  7. Faugore   Vukora
    Top Albums Double Death COACHWHIPS. CD: $ Get Yer Body Next Ta M COACHWHIPS. Bangers Vs. Fuckers COACHWHIPS. Vinyl: $ Peanut Butter & Jelly COACHWHIPS. CD: $ You Gonna Get It on Bangers Vs. Fuckers (Remastered) Listen Now $ In .
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  8. Majin   Gohn
    This has got to be one of the loudest albums ever recorded. Back in , Coachwhips, led by Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer, released this garage-rock maelstrom, beating the eardrums of the unsuspecting with mangled blues riffs, caveman beats, rinky-dink synths and hyper-distorted zbigoxsopassperreticomdurchmaldiscma.xyzinfo’s only grown in grimy majesty over time, as this reissue shows.
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