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Trouble - The Flying Lizards - The Flying Lizards (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Top Ten - The Flying Lizards on AllMusic -
  2. 1 hour ago · On front sleeve: "2 Albums, Singles, Bonus Tracks " On back sleeve: "The two albums and singles released by Virgin Records of The Flying Lizards, David Cunningham's nexus of art, punk, experimenta, using 'Pop' music as his medium.".
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  4. The Flying Lizards were an experimental English new wave band, formed in They are best known for their eccentric cover version of Barrett Strong's "Money" featuring Deborah Evans-Stickland on lead vocals, which reached the UK and US record charts in They followed with their self-titled album that year, reaching number 60 in the UK albums chart.
  5. The Flying Lizards is the self-titled debut album by The Flying Lizards and was released on the Virgin Records label. Preceded by two surprise hit singles, the .
  6. It was a magical moment worth the trouble. It's too bad that this album is so rare now. The songs will be in my head for fifty years. I enjoy this album more than their other album ("The Flying Lizards") The covers are so different from the originals that they are essentially different songs.5/5(4).
  7. The Flying Lizards, an Album by The Flying Lizards. Released in February on Virgin (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Experimental Rock, Post-Punk.
  8. The Flying Lizards: Discography: The Flying Lizards LP. The Flying Lizards LP (US version) (US) Virgin Records, Inc. (VA) - Produced by David Cunningham Side A 01) Der Song von Mandelay [] [Bertold Brecht/Kurt Weill] (the UK version titles this song 'Mandelay Song') 02) Her Story [] [General / Strike / Goldman / Solomon / Cunningham / Evans].
  9. This is a quirky album by the Flying Lizards. It appeared during the punk explosion of the late '70s/early '80s, but it's NOT punk. It's impossible to characterize, really. There are ballads, dreamy soundscapes, pop tunes, etc/5(15).

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