Category: Rock

Celebrate The Bullet (Live) - The Selecter - On My Radio (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Celebrate The Bullet (Live) - The Selecter - On My Radio (CD)

  1. Dulkree says:
    The Selecter’s new studio album Daylight was released to critical acclaim in October Firing on all righteous cylinders Daylight is arguably their most urgent, politically engaged and purely uplifting music since the days of Too Much Pressure and Celebrate The Bullet.
  2. Dujora says:
    Provided to YouTube by Reservoir Media Management, Inc. Celebrate the Bullet · The Selecter Celebrate the Bullet ℗ Chrysalis Records Limited Released on:
  3. Douk says:
    Jun 11,  · the selecter - (the complete celebrate the bullet album) chrysalis - chr - mar - - chart position - uploaded on demand by subscribers - enjoy .
  4. Tebei says:
    The two tracks that I know best - '3 minute hero' and 'on my radio' stand out. 'Celebrate the bullet' was a new track to me and its a corker - not what I expected from this band. 'James Bond' skanks along in a predictable but fun style and 'too much pressure' bounces along quite reasonably/5(73).
  5. Fem says:
    CD Universe is your source for The Selecter's song On my radio MP3 download lyrics and much more. Indie Singles Collection /Greatest Hits Live Track List. Click on a song to view its lyrics 1 On My Radio '91 Lyrics Orange Street, James Bond, The Whisper, I Want Justice, Celebrate The Bullet, ON MY RADIO Lyrics.
  6. Danos says:
    Feb 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Reservoir Media Management, Inc. Celebrate the Bullet · The Selecter Celebrate the Bullet ℗ Chrysalis Records Limited Released on: Artist: The Selecter .
  7. Moogull says:
    I bought my baby a red radio He played it all a go-go a go-go He liked to dance to it down in the streets He said he loved me but he loved the beat But when I switch on I rotate the dial I could see it there driving him so wild I bought my baby a red radio He said he.
  8. Gutilar says:
    The new band released the singles "On My Radio", "Three Minute Hero" and "Missing Words", written by Davies. The Selecter's debut album,Too Much Pressure, was recorded at the end of and beginning of the new year, and was released in February by 2 Tone Records and Chrysalis Records.

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