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Rabbit - Too Much Rock 'n' Roll mp3 track

MP3 1406 mb. | FLAC 1654 mb. | WMA 1692 mb.

Performer: Rabbit
Title: Too Much Rock 'n' Roll
Country: Australia
Released: 1976
Style: Hard Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: ADX WMA MPC AAC MP2 ADX AA

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Too Much Rock 'n' Roll (Introduction)
Written By – M. Tinson
A2 Higher Than A Kite
Written By – Hinds-Evans
A3 Go Down Screamin'
Written By – M. Tinson
A4 Bad Girls
Written By – Hinds-Evans
A5 Shakin' All Over
Written By – F. Heath
A6 Too Much Rock 'n' Roll
Written By – M. Tinson
B1 Heartbeat
Written By – M. Tinson
B2 I Like To Hear My Music
Written By – Hinds-Evans
B3 Shake That Thing
Written By – P. Screen
B4 Wildfire
Written By – L. & D. Van Easton
B5 Keep On
Written By – M. Tinson

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Australian Record Company Limited

Credits

  • Producer – Peter Dawkins

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SBP 234866 Rabbit Too Much Rock 'n' Roll ‎(LP) CBS SBP 234866 Australia 1976
81786, CBS 81786 Rabbit Too Much Rock 'n' Roll ‎(LP, Album) CBS, CBS 81786, CBS 81786 Europe 1976
25AP 525 Rabbit Too Much Rock 'n' Roll ‎(LP, Promo) CBS/Sony Inc. 25AP 525 Japan 1976


Ahead of their second album, Too Much Rock n Roll (October 1976), they issued two more singles, "Wildfire" (May) and the title track (August) – both appeared on top 100 of the Kent Music Report Singles Chart Tinson and Screen left the band early in 1977; Barry Lytten joined as drummer and Tinson was not replaced. A cover version of Paul Revere & the Raiders' 1969 hit, "Let Me", was released by Rabbit as a single in July 1977.

Too much rock'n'roll, not enough clothes. This is a record with Dave Evans, the first AC/DC singer (pre-Bon) and despite the horrible cover it's pretty cool. Tom Lymberopoulos 5 months ago Anyone got the first 1975 album of Rabbit please upload. Tom Lymberopoulos 5 months ago Pretty cool record Rabbit Too Much Rock N Roll. rock dog 6 months ago Good band!! Crappy audio but thats expected with a album this ol. eems as though ive heard some of these tracks before somewhere. tv/watch?v RGTZVPd0Vy4. Otto Veblin 2 years ago I can totally see executives thinking this might be the next Sweet with a dash of Slade. FrothNinja 2 years ago Can't find the other album on YouTube :-(Thanks for posting this.

01 - Rabbit - Higher Than A Kite w. Intro. 02 - Rabbit - Go Down Screamin'. 03 - Rabbit - Bad Girls. 04 - Rabbit - Shakin' All Over. 05 - Rabbit - Too Much Rock 'n' Roll. 06 - Rabbit - Heartbeat. 07 - Rabbit - I Like To Hear My Music. 10 - Rabbit - Keep O. p3. rabbit - too much rock 'n' roll.

Too Much Rock'n'Roll (2017). From the album: The Heavy Crawls (s/t).

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VA - Only Rock-n-Roll (42). Формат: MP3, tracks, 192kbps Год выпуска: 2011 Страна: All World Жанр: Rock-n-Roll Продолжительность: 01:08:01 Описание: 01. Rabbit-Too Much Rock'n'roll Intro 02. The Answer-No Questions Asked 03. Bonafide-Hard Livin' Man 04. Zero Nine-Totally Stoned 05. Dirty Penny-no. 1 06. Bullet-Rambling Man 07. Jackyl-Redneck Punk 08.

Greaseball and CB: One Rock 'n' Roll too many One night's sleep too few Too much ringing that bell Takes its toll out of you. Greaseball: The sound's too loud. CB: The light's too bright. Greaseball: My chains are too heavy And my pants are too tight. out of you One Rock 'n' Roll too many I can't take no more. Greaseball: Whaddya say? CB: I can't hear nothing.

It additionally contains original LP tracks and rare associated recordings, plus 2015 . and stereo mixes by Steven Wilson. Also included: flat transfers of the original album as well as a host of rare associated recordings including previously unreleased material.

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