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8 thoughts on “ The Fight - The dBs - Stands For Decibels (Cassette, Album)
  1. Nagar says:
    4. Fireworks and It's Alright - two post-dB's Stamey solo albums. I prefer the first one, which is a little more introspective, but both are excellent. 5. Sneakers - Racket - very hard to find, this is a pre-Wild Tom Tom CD with Stamey and Mitch Easter. Sounds like the dB's and Let's Active very cool. Includes an early dB's song or two/5(21).
  2. Dijar says:
    The dB's were one of the acts in the early '80s that would be a cornerstone for several pop/rock bands of the '90s and frostbrewjojolemaverad.xyzinfo they never truly got the acclaim or recognition they deserved. Nonetheless, the Paisley Pop Label has assembled a wide array of artists to pay tribute to the band and, more importantly, their lovely pop gems, with Stand-Ins for Decibels: A Tribute to the Db's.
  3. Grobar says:
    "Stands for Decibels" was recorded in and first appeared in It's mannered music, very self-conscious, and somewhat speedier and more brittle than its obvious model, Big Star. The intricate overlay of guitars, the nimble drumming, the whole way that the /5(9).
  4. Mogis says:
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Stands for deciBels and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  5. Bami says:
    Jan 21,  · On Stands for deciBels, Holsapple writes the more straight-ahead tunes-- the flawless "Big Brown Eyes," or the 50s-angst number "The Fight." Stamey, meanwhile, contributes the .
  6. Yozshuzshura says:
    Find The dB's bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Influential Southern jangle pop band whose music.
  7. Arashira says:
    Dec 19,  · Stands for Decibels is one of those lost gems that, more than likely, I would have never found simply because I would not be inclined to follow the musical thread through R.E.M. to .
  8. Mudal says:
    IF YOU ENJOY THIS ONE, be sure to check out the earlier post of The dB's debut album, Stands for deciBels REVISITED. ROB SEZ: Instead of posting the widely-circulated demos set from , I decided to cherry pick a few of them and add some live tracks to create a “ Like This REVISITED” comp.

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