Dramarama - The Days Of Wayne And Roses (The Trash Tapes) mp3 flac
- Album: The Days Of Wayne And Roses (The Trash Tapes)
- MP3: 1953 mb | FLAC: 1847 mb
- Released: 1992
- Style: Alternative Rock
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 223
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The evolution and combined efforts prompted the emergence of the DPW (a local parody named in honor of their home town Department of Public Works) and re-incarnation, "The F&cks". In 1982, the band released its first single, "You Drive Me", attracting some national attention. In 1984, Dramarama released their first EP, Comedy, a self-funded five-track debut that garnered both critical and cult praise in the unexpected location of France. As such, Dramarama issued its first full-length release, 1985's Cinéma Vérité on France's New Rose Records. Everybody Dies released: 2005. The Best of Dramarama: 18 Big Ones released: 1996. Hi-Fi Sci-Fi released: 1993. The Days of Wayne and Roses (The Trash Tapes) released: 1992. Box Office Bomb released: 1991. Vinyl released: 1991.
Not On Label (Dramarama Self-released) – none. Country: US. Released: 1992. Fan club only released limited to 1000 copies. Track 17 which was left untitled for this release was taken from the Promo only Single What Are We Gonna Do? and titled "7 Minutes (More Or Less)".
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Days of Wine and Roses (The Trash Tapes).
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Dramarama is a Los Angeles, California-based alternative rock/power pop band. The band was formed in New Jersey in 1982 and disbanded in 1994. The band formally reunited in 2003 following an appearance on VH1's Bands Reunited reality show. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Days of Wine and Roses (The Trash Tapes) Album.
The band then signed with Chameleon distributor Elektra and released 1991's Vinyl. Backed by a major label for the first time, Dramarama started getting nationwide airplay with the singles "Haven't Got A Clue" (which was also on a CD included with the Sega CD video game system in the United States) and "What Are We Gonna Do?". It included the band's earliest recordings together, as well as songs that were dropped from their early albums, a couple of live performances, and one song exclusive (at the time) to the disc.
The Days of Wayne and Roses (The Trash Tapes). 15. Train Going Backwards.
|1||A Fine Example||2:14|
|2||If Looks Could Kill||3:01|
|3||Want Her To Stay||4:00|
|5||Some Crazy Dame||3:45|
|7||Worse Than Being By Myself||5:14|
|8||It's Still Warm||6:26|
|9||Hitchhiking (w/ Willie Loco)||3:11|
|10||Pumps On A Hill||0:47|
|11||Would You Like||4:39|
|13||Last Cigarette (w/ Wes)||4:37|
|14||I've Got Spies||4:06|
|15||Train Going Backwards||4:55|
NotesFan club only released limited to 1000 copies.
Track 17 which was left untitled for this release was taken from the Promo only Single What Are We Gonna Do? and titled "7 Minutes (More Or Less)".