Category: Alternative

You Aint Got Me - Coney Hatch - Coney Hatch (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Comments

  1. Kazrabar says:
    Explore releases from Coney Hatch at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Coney Hatch at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Yojinn says:
    Having quickly made a name for themselves on the Canadian club circuit, Coney Hatch signed with fledgling Anthem Records in early and proceeded to record their freshman effort with no other than legendary singer/songwriter (and label boss) Kim Mitchell acting as producer. Not too shabby. In an era when rock radio thrived on a steady diet of Boston, Journey, and Foreigner (vocalist Carl.
  3. Fell says:
    To start with let me say, if you are looking for a good sampling of Coney Hatch you should try BEST OF THREE. To me the individual discs are better to have if you are already familiar with the bands works. I must admit, I picked up the bands first album in the early 80's simply because of the great cover art.
  4. Vudal says:
    El segundo mejor album de los Coney Hatch buenos temas como You Ain't Got Me, We Got the Night (par de TEMAZOS) Hey Operator, Devils Deck un estilo a Loverboy o Night Ranger de esa epoca pero claro un poco mas duros. este y el del 85 Recomendados.
  5. Zulkik says:
    Aug 09,  · Coney Hatch ~ You Ain't Got Me (LIVE) Hamilton Festival of Friends August 5, Original song from Coney Hatch's first album, Coney Hatch released in
  6. Vilkis says:
    Coney Hatch " Coney Hatch " Full Length Lp Release Devil's Deck, You Ain't Got Me, Stand Up, No Sleep Tonight, Love Poison We Got The Night, Hey Operator, I'll Do /5(27).
  7. Baktilar says:
    We Got the Night: Love Poison: No Sleep Tonight: Stand Up: You Ain't Got Me: Where I Draw the Line Sin After Sin (Demo) Burning Love: State Line: He's a Champion: Coney Hatch Fantasy: Coming to Get You: Girl from Last Night's Dream: Wrong Side of Town: She's Gone: This Ain't Love.
  8. Voodooramar says:
    Coney Hatch, Coney Hatch's first album, was released in A video for the song "Devil's Deck" was produced. The album was re-issued by British label Rock Candy Records in , including 3 bonus tracks and liner notes by former Kerrang! writer Howard Johnson. Aldo Nova covered the song "Hey Operator" on his solo album Subject.5/5(2).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *