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Album Name Collision Course. Rhythm Collision - Travis Cut - Vanilla Pod.
Rhythm Collision was a 3-piece punk rock band from California. They released numerous records on Dr. Strange, Does Everyone Stare, and Fueled By Ramen. Their debut LP was called Pressure (1991) and was followed by Now in 1993. Clobberer in 1995, a live album called Cruch Time in 1996, and a CD of b-sides, comp and 7" tracks called Collision Course were also released during the 90s. In 2001, they released a new album called All Bombs Away. Not much has been heard since, and they may have broken up. Their albums usually depict a cartoony iconic angry girl smashing or punching things.
Find the song lyrics for Rhythm Collision - Top Tracks. Rhythm Collision - Now (Full album 1992). Rhythm Collision - Happy like a Clam. x. Čeština Deutsch Eλληνικά English English (UK) Español Français हिन्दी Italiano 日本語 한국어 Nederlands Polski Português Русский язык Türkçe 中文.
B6. After Hours (Oh Yeah). Clobberer! (LP, Album).
The album really came together by a series of fortunate events, before we knew it we were back in the studio for The Great Day of Vocals – Segs, Ngoni (aka Delbert McKay, Misty’s guitarist, vocalist), gifted lyricist Aynzli Jones, Brixton lyrics man Tenor Fly and Rob Love, frontman with Alabama 3 all turned up, tuned in and came up with the goods. From (unplanned) conception to completion, it’s fair to say that the record has emerged out of numerous collaborations with many talented people, organist Seamus Beaghen, singer/dancer Molara and guitarist Leigh Heggarty and always with the formidable rhythm section of Dave Ruffy and Segs at its heart; both are justifiably proud of the finished product. And this is me again).
If an album becomes too long to fit onto a single vinyl record or CD, it may be released as a double album where two vinyl LPs or compact discs are packaged together in a single case, or a triple album containing three LPs or compact discs. Recording artists who have an extensive back catalogue may re-release several CDs in one single box with a unified design, often containing one or more albums (in this scenario, these releases can sometimes be referred to as a "two (or three)-fer"), or a compilation of previously unreleased recordings.
|DSR 32||Rhythm Collision||Too Long (7", Blu)||Dr. Strange Records||DSR 32||US||1995|
|DSR 32||Rhythm Collision||Too Long (7")||Dr. Strange Records||DSR 32||US||1995|
|DSR 32||Rhythm Collision||Too Long (7", Pur)||Dr. Strange Records||DSR 32||US||1995|
|DSR 32||Rhythm Collision||Too Long (7", TP, W/Lbl)||Dr. Strange Records||DSR 32||US||1995|
|DSR 32||Rhythm Collision||Too Long (7", Yel)||Dr. Strange Records||DSR 32||US||1995|