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8 thoughts on “ Bomber (Headgirl) - Girlschool - The Bronze Years

  • Kazikasa
    31.03.2020 at 02:26
    4. Motörhead - Bomber 5. Girlschool - Emergency 6. Girlschool - Yeah Right 1. "Please Don't Touch" originally done by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in Personnel (Headgirl): Lemmy & Kelly Johnson - Vocals Lemmy & Enid Williams - Bass Kim McAuliffe - Rhythm Guitar Eddie Clarke & Kelly Johnson - Lead Guitar Denise Dufort - Drums 2. Reply
  • Vihn
    03.04.2020 at 03:12
    Typically delivered to United States in business days after shipment. This item is on backorder and is estimated to ship in 8 weeks. Learn more about backorders. Reply
  • Zutaxe
    29.03.2020 at 20:32
    Girlschool are a British rock band that formed in the new wave of British heavy metal scene in , frequently associated with contemporaries Motörhead. They are the longest-running all-female rock band, still active after almost 40 britpop.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfo: Rock, hard rock, heavy metal, biker metal. Reply
  • Shaktizuru
    30.03.2020 at 11:17
    Kelly Johnson, formerly of Girlschool and also guitarist with Headgirl, died on 15 July , aged 49, after suffering from cancer of the spine for six years. Reply
  • Brasho
    29.03.2020 at 17:40
    This collection gathers up everything that legendary female rockers recorded for the seminal Bronze Records label including all four albums and various non-album EP and singles tracks.. Demolition hit #28 in the UK album charts, Hit N Run reached #5, Screaming Blue Murder charted at #27 and the final Bronze album Play Dirty (produced by Slade's. Reply
  • Vushura
    30.03.2020 at 06:22
    St. Valentine's Day Massacre () [Split] by Motörhead / Girlschool. Labels: Bronze Records. Genres: Heavy Metal. Songs: Headgirl - Please Don't Touch (Johnny Kidd & The Pirates cover), Motörhead - Emergency (Girlschool cover), Girlschool - Bomber (Motörhead cover). Members: Lemmy Kilmister, Fast Eddie Clarke, Kim McAuliffe, Kelly Johnson, Enid Williams, Denise Dufort. Reply
  • Mem
    06.04.2020 at 10:03
    May 10,  · The Very Best of Girlschool Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Sanctuary); SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., EMI Music Publishing, and 2 . Reply
  • Fenrir
    06.04.2020 at 12:00
    It's the cover design. They have split the words up and not left a space between the two bands names. So it becomes "motor headgirl school". It should be pointed out that it's very subtle in the way it's done, so you can miss it. Was "Emergency" a Girlschool record, previously recorded by them? Like Girlschool singing the Motorhead track "Bomber". Reply

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