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With 'Greetings From Knowhere', the eighth studio album by The Members, JC Carroll, Chris Payne and Nigel Bennett with drummer Nick Cash have made something fantastic. What sets The Members apart is a refusal to roll out the obligatory cliches and a willingness to push the envelope with challenging songwriting and innovative instrumental ideas. The album, features vignettes of Psychobilly (in the excellent 'In The time B4 the Smart Phone'), 1960s spy film surf music, crazy Balkan reggae and some tasty guitar playing from Nigel Bennett and JC Carroll. Supersession player and Members mate Guy Pratt adds immaculate bass playing to the title track and a Santana style Reggaeton jam called 'Don't Lie to Me. 'Time Bomb' is a wonderful piece of country-punk that would not be out of place on a Ramones album, though this is not an album for hard-core punk fans. With a sleeve designed by New Wave art Legend Malcolm 'Images and Co' Garrett MBE. , this is an album for people that love quality tunage, humour, variety, and can appreciate The Members originality and uncompromising uniqueness. The Boys from Knowhere have definitely come home!
With 'Greetings From Knowhere', the eighth studio album by The Members, JC Carroll, Chris Payne and Nigel Bennett with drummer Nick Cash have made something fantastic. What sets The Members apart is a refusal to roll out the obligatory cliches and a willingness to push the envelope with challenging songwriting and innovative instrumental ideas. The album, features vignettes of Psychobilly (in the excellent 'In The time B4 the Smart Phone'), 1960s spy film surf music, crazy Balkan reggae and some tasty guitar playing from Nigel Bennett and JC Carroll. Supersession player and Members mate Guy Pratt adds immaculate bass playing to the title track and a Santana style Reggaeton jam called 'Don't Lie to Me. 'Time Bomb' is a wonderful piece of country-punk that would not be out of place on a Ramones album, though this is not an album for hard-core punk fans. With a sleeve designed by New Wave art Legend Malcolm 'Images and Co' Garrett MBE. , this is an album for people that love quality tunage, humour, variety, and can appreciate The Members originality and uncompromising uniqueness. The Boys from Knowhere have definitely come home!
5051565221763
Members - Greetings From Knowhere

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 06/07/2024
UPC: 5051565221763

Greetings From Knowhere
Artist: Members
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The Boy from Knowhere
2. The I Don't Care Song
3. No More A;E
4. Don't Lie to Me
5. Beautiful Song (On a Cheap Guitar) Part 1
6. In the Time B4 the Smartphone
7. Vive L'amour (Instrumental)
8. Time Bomb
9. It's Cold Out There / 1
10. Here We Go) Looby Lou

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With 'Greetings From Knowhere', the eighth studio album by The Members, JC Carroll, Chris Payne and Nigel Bennett with drummer Nick Cash have made something fantastic. What sets The Members apart is a refusal to roll out the obligatory cliches and a willingness to push the envelope with challenging songwriting and innovative instrumental ideas. The album, features vignettes of Psychobilly (in the excellent 'In The time B4 the Smart Phone'), 1960s spy film surf music, crazy Balkan reggae and some tasty guitar playing from Nigel Bennett and JC Carroll. Supersession player and Members mate Guy Pratt adds immaculate bass playing to the title track and a Santana style Reggaeton jam called 'Don't Lie to Me. 'Time Bomb' is a wonderful piece of country-punk that would not be out of place on a Ramones album, though this is not an album for hard-core punk fans. With a sleeve designed by New Wave art Legend Malcolm 'Images and Co' Garrett MBE. , this is an album for people that love quality tunage, humour, variety, and can appreciate The Members originality and uncompromising uniqueness. The Boys from Knowhere have definitely come home!
        
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