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Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go album FLAC

  • Performer: Scooby Don't
  • Title: Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOC XM VOX MP1 APE WAV AU
  • Released: 1995
  • Style: Punk
  • MP3 album: 1982 mb
  • FLAC album: 1725 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go album FLAC

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Boris the Sprinkler released eight full-length albums over the period 1994-2000, including 1994's 8 Testicled Pogo Machine (which included a vocal cameo by Wesley Willis on its first track), 1998's End of the Century (which covered the Ramones album of the same name in its entirety), and two albums for Go-Kart In 2013, Nørb published The Annot. True Grit, Poodle Party, Do the Mimi (split with the Meatmen) (Bulge Records).

Shipping to Russian Federation. SCOOBY DON'T, BORIS THE SPRINKLER Split 7 Lenny Kravitz 45 Punk NM 1st press. BORIS THE SPRINKLER 8 Testicled Pogo Machine (CD 1997) Punk Album. BORIS THE SPRINKLER - 2 CDs Punk Rock Saucer to Saturn 8 Testicled Pogo Machine.

Scooby Don't: (Somebody Please Kill) Lenny Kravitz. Boris The Sprinkler: Ready Steady Go. Albums.

Boris the Sprinkler was a pop-punk band that formed in Green Bay, Wisconsin in 1992, known for their zaniness and abnormality. Their aesthetic seemed to borrow from Devo and The Dickies. They display a sci-fi bizarro style reminiscent of Buckaroo Banzai  . Boris the Sprinkler reformed to play Insubordination Fest in Baltimore, MD June 26 and 27, 2009.

5 is the fifth full-length studio album by American rock musician Lenny Kravitz, released on May 12, 1998, by Virgin Records. The album produced five singles released both in 1998 and 1999. The album featured such hits as "Fly Away" and "I Belong to You", which helped Kravitz to expand his success in Europe. The album won two Grammy Awards.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Scooby Don't (Somebody Please Kill) Lenny Kravitz
Written-By – Scooby Don't
B Boris The Sprinkler Ready Steady Go
Art Direction – Peter WaggBass – Eric James*Cover [Color Prints] – Gill Galvin*Design, Photography By – Gered MankowitzDrums – Paul #2Engineer – Alan WinstanleyGuitar, Vocals – Paul #1Management – Stewart JosephProducer – J. Simple*, Phil WainmanTypography – Geoff HalpinVocals – Norbie IdolWritten-By – Idol*, James*

Notes

No sleeve. With test press labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Scribed in runout, side A): JAW-006S U-40743 M-S
  • Matrix / Runout (Scribed in runout, side B): JAW-006B U-40743 M-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JAW 006 Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go ‎(7", RP) Just Add Water JAW 006 US 1995
JAW 006 Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go ‎(7", Ltd) Just Add Water JAW 006 US 1995
JAW 006 Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go ‎(7") Just Add Water JAW 006 US 1995
JAW 006 Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler Scooby Don't / Boris The Sprinkler - Somebody Please Kill Lenny Kravitz / Ready Steady Go ‎(7", Ltd, Gre) Just Add Water JAW 006 US 1995


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