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Kidnapped - Mekons* - Honky Tonkin (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Kidnapped - Mekons* - Honky Tonkin (CD, Album)

  1. Magore says:
    It's one of the best albums by maybe the best rock'n'roll band out there. In theory, Honky Tonkin' is one of the Mekons' famed cowpunk records, and the country strains certainly show through. However, this record shows the Mekons gravitating towards the more punk/folk hybrid of "Curse of the Mekons", "Journey to the End of Night", and "OOOH!".4/5(6).
  2. Jurg says:
    about. More than any band that came out of late-'70s England, the Mekons (the name taken from the popular sci-fi comic Dan Dare) have perhaps the most devoted fans of any band even remotely connected to punk rock.
  3. Gura says:
    The Mekons Honky Tonkin', an Album by Mekons. Released 7 April on Twin/Tone (catalog no. TTR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Alt-Country, Post-Punk.
  4. Aracage says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dolby Cassette release of Honky Tonkin' on Discogs.
  5. Gugal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Honky Tonkin' on Discogs/5(2).
  6. Tojabei says:
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  8. Tuzshura says:
    The third album from what could be called the Mekons' "soused socialist hillbilly-punks from Leeds" period, 's Honky Tonkin' built on the country-influenced musical and lyrical themes of Fear and Whiskey and The Edge of the World, where the boozy ambience of classic Nashville sounds found a sympathetic ear among this pack of political and emotional thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo: $
  9. Mezijinn says:
    The third album from what could be called the Mekons ' "soused socialist hillbilly-punks from Leeds" period, 's Honky Tonkin' built on the country-influenced musical and lyrical themes of Fear and Whiskey and The Edge of the World, where the boozy ambience of classic Nashville sounds found a sympathetic ear among this pack of political and emotional underdogs.

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