9 thoughts on “ Suburban Lawns - Suburban Lawns (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. May 03,  · This album kinda reminds me of The Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Reactor (in fact I cross referenced this LP on my review of it). The glaring difference being that the majority of tracks on Suburban Lawns are enjoyable regardless of lead vocalist, whereas the male vocal tracks on Reactor are passable at best/5().
  2. Sep 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Transparent/Blue White Splatter Vinyl release of Suburban Lawns on Discogs. Label: Futurismo - FUTURISMO N°,Futurismo - FUTNO12 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered Green Transparent/Blue White Splatter • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New /5(19).
  3. Limited gm transparent grass green with aqua blue and white splatter colored vinyl LP pressing including digital download. Includes new artwork and unseen photos, and huge foldout poster. Turn your lawn sprinklers to the maximum 'cause your gonna need cooling down when you hear the Suburban Lawns are available again!/5(24).
  4. Apr 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Janitor on Discogs. Label: Suburban Industrial - • Format: Vinyl 45 RPM, 7 Suburban Lawns - Janitor (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(43).
  5. Apr 28,  · Suburban Lawns, an Album by Suburban Lawns. Released 22 September on I.R.S. (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk, New Wave. Featured peformers: John McBurney (guitar), Chuck Roast (drums), EJ Emmons (producer), Troy Mathisen (producer), Suburban Lawns (executive producer, design), Carl Grasso (art direction), Charles Wharton (photography), /5(18).
  6. Sep 25,  · SUBURBAN LAWNS 'S/T' REDUX Out of print since , SUBURBAN LAWNS debut album finally gets reissued! This slice of Calafornian New Wave is everything it should be: subversive, artistic, humorous and aligned to the timeless sensibilities of pop. Lovingly repackaged, this lost masterpiece features the off-kilter classic 'Janitor'.
  7. Suburban Lawns were the embodiment of everything that new wave was supposed to be: subversive, artistic, humorous and aligned to the timeless sensibilities of pop. Their S/T LP is something of a lost masterpiece with its tales of computer dating, religion vs. Superficiality and alien spotting excursions, a cocktail of unique subject matter /5(25).
  8. After Suburban Lawns folded, Whitney and Ranson formed a new, short-lived band called The Lawns, while McLane attended Berklee College of Music, where she studied piano. In McLane recorded a solo album, Salon de Musique. She also played the role of Peggy Dillman in Demme's comedy movie Something Wild.
  9. Between and , Suburban Lawns gigged frequently on the West Coast new wave circuit, and put out two successful indie singles ("Gidget Goes to Hell" and "Janitor") before they cut their self-titled debut album for I.R.S. Records in On vinyl, Suburban Lawns sound unrelentingly "clever" and a bit too self-consciously quirky for their.

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