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Death Valley 69

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  1. Death Valley '69 This song is by Sonic Youth and appears on the album Bad Moon Rising () and on the live album Hold That Tiger (). Coming down Sadie, I love this Now, now, now Death Valley '69 You're right You're right You're right You're right You're right (you were right) I was on the wrong track We're deep in the valley How deep in the gulley And .
  2. Death Valley '69/Brave Men Run (In My Family) by Sonic Youth, released 01 December 1. Death Valley '69 (with Lydia Lunch) 2. Brave Men Run (In My Family) Produced by Sonic Youth with help from Clint Ruin Recorded in NYC in July at Wharton's Studio w/ Wharton himself engineering for Expressway To Yr. Skull Additional Assistance: John Erskine Cover Painting: Vesuv, Gerhard.
  3. Jan 24,  · Death Valley 69 is one of my favorite SY songs. Here it is cut on an entire side, 45 RPM by Porky this should blow my mind! It was underwhelming just sounds sort of muffled to me. Maybe this one is not a good pressing/5().
  4. Lyrics to 'Death Valley '69 [Thurston]' by Sonic Youth. Coming downSadie I love itNow now nowDeath Valley '
  5. “Death Valley ‘69” is the eight track on Sonic Youth’s album Bad Moon Rising, following “Justice is Might”. It was the main single released from the album. The song prominently features.
  6. "Death Valley '69" taken from the LP Bad Moon Rising "I Dreamed I Dream" taken from the LP Sonic Youth "Inhuman" taken from the LP Confusion Is Sex "Brother James" taken from the mini-LP Kill Yr. Idols "Satan Is Boring" recorded at the Bad Moon Rising sessions, but not previously released in any form/5(31).
  7. Death Valley '69 is a video for the Sonic Youth song of the same name. The song origionally appeared on the "Bad Moon Rising" album from way back in , at about the same time as Kern was making those Super 8 gross-out masterpieces starring the lovely "Lung Leg" - I swear I'm not making this up - who later graced the cover of the SY album "EVOL."/10().
  8. Death Valley '69 You're right You're right You're right You're right [You were right] I was on the wrong track We're deep in the valley How deep in the gulley And now in the canyon Way out in the yonder She started to holler She started to holler I didn't wanna I didn't wanna I didn't wanna I didn't wanna But she started to holler So I had to.
  9. Sep 13,  · Death Valley '69 from the same year's Bad Moon Rising LP is one of the most appreciated songs of Sonic Youth's pre-Steve Shelley output, and even then still held as a career highlight. Kim Gordon cracks a simple, desolate bass line for Thurston Moore and guest Lydia Lunch to duet over, with the former's dry delivery complemented by the latter's /5(4).

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