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  • Dorg says:
    Can't Do Without It: Just Walk That Little Girl Home Written-By – Pomus* Mink De Ville* Desperate Days TSP Luxembourg: Unknown: Sell This Version: ARC Mink DeVille: Desperate Days ‎ (CD, Unofficial) Archivio: ARC Italy: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review4/5(1).
  • Visar says:
    Jun 18,  · Recorde Live at the Hot Point Festival, Lausanne/Switzerland, September 3, Back cover: Barcode: 4 THE SWINGIN' PIG TSP Collect 'em all!/5(6).
  • Grojora says:
    Desperate Days, a Bootleg of songs by Mink DeVille. Released in (catalog no. ARC; CD). Featured peformers: Willy DeVille (vocals, guitar), Kenny Margolis (keyboards), Louis Cortelezzi (saxophone), Ricky Borgia (guitar), Joey Vasta (bass), Thommy Price (drums).4/5(1).
  • Zulkijar says:
    Recorded as MINK DEVILLE. CABRETTA. TRACK LIST: Venus Of Avenue D Little Girl One Way Street Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl Gunslinger Can't Do Without It Cadillac Walk Spanish Stroll She's So Tough Party Girls. RETURN TO MAGENTA. TRACK LIST: Guardian Angel Soul Twist "A" Train Lady Rolene Desperate Days Just Your Friends Steady Drivin' Man.
  • Tagar says:
    Tracks: Cadillac Walk, Can’t do without it. Various Artists – Joepie’s Top 30 Of 2xLP (EMI, 4C /02) released 77, Belgium Tracks: Spanish stroll. Various Artists – CAP-FM: What’s In-Store For You #3 LP (Capitol, SPRO ) released 77 Tracks: Spanish stroll.
  • Kar says:
    Mink DeVille (–86) was a rock band known for its association with early punk rock bands at New York's CBGB nightclub and for being a showcase for the music of Willy band recorded six albums in the years to Except for frontman Willy DeVille, the original members of the band played only on the first two albums (Cabretta and Return to Magenta).
  • Tegul says:
    May 20,  · Why not the cd "Coup de Grace/Where Angels Fear to Tread" (2-for-1 with two bonus tracks) on Raven Records RVCD - MINK DEVILLE (75) The cd has a DR value of See my update: Album details - Dynamic Range Database.
  • Vukinos says:
    One of the most formidable and intimidating was Mink DeVille. And despite critical acclaim, one of the most overlooked. Front- man William Borsey Jr. aka Willy DeVille was an anomaly on the scene with his Do Wop conk and his pimped out suits and Gutter Gypsy persona. Lyrically, and vocally he was more Springsteen than Stiv Bators or The Ramones/5(26).
  • Vudonris says:
    DeVille I feel like a stranger in my hometown Nobody wants to change the place from around Put your hands in your pockets and keep moving around You'll get in trouble if you stand here too long. Those desperate days, those were desperate days.

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