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Dynamite Jet Saloon/Graveyard Import

4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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Audio CD, Import, December 15, 1998
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Debauchery
  2. I Don't Want You To Go
  3. How Come It Never Rains
  4. Last Bandit
  5. Medicine Man
  6. Gonna Get It Right
  7. Everything I Want
  8. Heartbreak
  9. Billy Two Rivers
  10. Wait Until I'm Dead
  11. Sometimes
  12. Kid From Kensington
  13. State I'm In
  14. I Think It's Love Again
  15. So Once I Was
  16. Comfort Of The Devil
  17. Saviour
  18. Errol Flynn
  19. Bullet Proof Poet
  20. When The Dream Has Gone
  21. Angel


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 15, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal/Demon
  • ASIN: B00000JSPL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #638,902 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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a strange hybrid of bluesy barroom rock and roll ala the stones and glam rock savvy, comparable to hanoi rocks, early guns and roses, and even the great and lovely new york dolls. lead singer tyla is a sad poet that begs to be heard. jason from rollins band loves this band, and so do i...
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listen up kiddies, when andy mccoy of hanoi rocks saw tyla and asked "are you in a band, because you should be" . a star was born. tyla went on to form the dogs damour. simply the best band of all time. hanoi was done smack was done, and these guys came in and stole the scene. I can remember the first gig in l.a. to the last gig in l.a. when tyla sliced his stomach open with a broken bottle at florentine gardens. I've seen every dogs and tyla solo gig in l.a. orange county, and san diego. yes I'm privaleged and I know what I speak. so go out and buy everything you can find because it doesnt get better than this
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It's been a while since I've heard it. I used to own it on vinyl (wish I still had that gem). The music and lyrics are totally unpolished but I always felt the sincerity. A really bluesy/trashy sound. Tyla's voice sounds smoke & boozey trashed but it has an endearing quality to it. It is remeniscent of Spike's (w/The London Quoirboys). No Julliard students here but they just mesh well and it's obvious they are birds of the same feather. Overall, a great record from that era and in the vein of Brit Blooooooze rock. Obviously not a record for everyone but I think it's a classic!!
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This band did not catch a break when "Dynamite" came out & even with all the great music they keep putting out still don't. They have lots of devoted fans that stick by them & if you buy this compilation you will see why. They are glam, rock & blues all mixed together with some good ole fun. Tyla's words are brutal but truthful. A poet with his demons bared for all to see & feel. Brilliant songs, you won't be disappointed.
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