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Francis Harold And The Holograms - Who Said These Were Happy Times flac
Performer: Francis Harold And The Holograms
Title: Who Said These Were Happy Times
Label: Going Underground Records, Square Wave Records
Country: US
Released: 2010
Style: Garage Rock, Hardcore, Punk
Cat: RNLD-17, SWR-62
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1116 mb | MP3 size: 2003 mb | WMA size: 2145 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Black Boots, Red Shirt, Little Boys
2Chain 10
3Why Are You So Afraid?
4I See It All
5Intro/Nightmare
6Glitter Girls
7Did You Hear...

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RNLD-17, SWR-62Francis Harold And The Holograms Who Said These Were Happy Times ‎(LP, Album, Red)Going Underground Records, Square Wave RecordsRNLD-17, SWR-62US2010
RNLD-17, SWR-62Francis Harold And The Holograms Who Said These Were Happy Times ‎(LP, Album, Yel)Going Underground Records, Square Wave RecordsRNLD-17, SWR-62US2010
RNLD-17, SWR-62Francis Harold And The Holograms Who Said These Were Happy Times ‎(LP, Album, RP, Gre)Going Underground Records, Square Wave RecordsRNLD-17, SWR-62US2010
RNLD-17, SWR-62Francis Harold And The Holograms Who Said These Were Happy Times ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, W/Lbl)Going Underground Records, Square Wave RecordsRNLD-17, SWR-62US2009
AGIT001CDFrancis Harold And The Holograms Who Said These Were Happy Times ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Agitated RecordsAGIT001CDUS2010

Notes

Recorded at The Meat Locker.

2nd press. 150 copies on Blue (this) and 150 copies on Green vinyl.

Video

Album

Francis Harold, The Holograms. Mirror Of Fear. MARTIN GARRIX LIVE THE ETHER Amsterdam RAI 2019 - Продолжительность: 2:06:06 Martin Garrix Recommended for you. Play album. 4 more. Francis Harold & The Holograms. 1,466 listeners. Francis Harold and The Holograms. HAROLD,FRANCIS & THE HOL Artist Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Who Said These Were Happy Times. Please retry. New from. Used from. MP3 Music, July 20, 2010. Album 2010 9 Songs. Alternative 2010. The Holograms, Francis Harold 20-07-2010. Kokonaiskesto:50 min. Intro - Nightmare. The Holograms. Glitter Girls. Francis Harold. Chain 10. Black Boots, Red Shirt, Little Boys. I See It All. Not these guys thats for sure. Starting with the quite frankly horrifying and downright evil Nightmare, Francis Harold & The Holograms present an altogether bleaker take on noisy garage rock riffing. Bathed in reverb and a muddy lo-fi sound, this is all about screeching feedback and simple guitar lines punctuated by the unrecognisable screams of someone obviously very angry about something or other. Each song is preceded by an electronic buzz as the instruments prepare to emit an almighty thrashy, punk-rock racket. Black Boots, Red Shirt, Little Boys is a particular highlight with its. Francis harold & the holograms - who said these were happy times CD AGIT001CD released july 2010. English UK Русский Українська Suomi Español. Carlton Melton band page. They are here on our little island. Go and see them. 15 Feb ITA Treviso Altro Quando 16 Feb ITA Torino Magazzino Sul Po 17 Feb ITA Fidenza Parma Arci Taun 19 Feb FR Paris Instant Chavires 20 Feb UK London The Shacklewell Arms 21 Feb UK Todmorden Golden Lyon 22 Feb UK Glasgow Nice n Sleazy 23 Feb UK Manchester Soup Kitchen 24 Feb UK Brighton Hope & Ruin 25 Feb UK Salisbury The. Artist: Francis Harold & The Holograms. Label: Agitated. Release date: 21 Jun. Warning: this album may cause irritability, fatigue, and clinical depression. You know that scene in Total Recall when Arnold Schwarzeneggers eyes start bulging out of his face this record has a similar effect, albeit on the ears. Arizona death-noise-punks, Francis Harold & The Holograms knock your balance out from the off, then they proceed to induce projectile vomiting, chest pumping sweat-outs, and nightmarish musical hallucinations. Nasty and confrontational, the band revels in their twisted sonic deme. Francis Harold & The Holograms hail from Bisbee, Arizona but listening to any of the songs contained herein lends no geographic distinction to its members. If anything, Francis sounds like Mark E. Smith trapped in a chest freezer suffering a manic episode that Carrie Fisher would find distressing. Chain 10' sees the band affect a sinister bass hook that underpins a wash of discordance. Guitars pick out all the wrong notes severely amidst shrieking feedback, bending and twisting the strings to simulate a banshee that just stubbed its toe. As the album progresses the songs seem to