The Fiendz, Totowa, New Jersey. Since 1987 - Fiendz Forever. The Fiendz play The Stanhope House in Stanhope, NJ. w/ The Dickies, The Queers, The Accelerators & Stillwells. 29 May at 17:45 ·. Wact (Remake), by The Fiendz. 29 May at 17:28 ·. Next Fiendz Show: Tuesday June 12, 2018. 2 weeks from tonight!) The Fiendz play The Stanhope House in Stanhope, N. .
The album you are about to (potentially) download will likely reside in your MP3 player for some months to come. Totawa, NJ's Fiendz are a long-running trio who deliver infectious pop via pummeling power chords and the most indelible hooks this side of any given Parasites album. Lead Fiend, Jerry Jones possesses a timbre uncannily similar to Evan Dando, though I can't say that their second (and best) album, Wact, resembles any particular era of the Lemonheads, at least not overtly
Joe Darone, Jerry Jones.
The Fiendz - Wact (Remake) Compact Disc (CD) Black Pumpkin Records (1996) Includes unlimited streaming of Wact (Remake) via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days. Full Digital Discography. Remake of The Fiendz 1991 album Wact. originally released in 1996. released April 1, 2017. Jerry Jones - Lead Vocals & Guitar Jimmy - Bass & Backing Vocals Joe Darone - Drums & Backing Vocals. extra backing vocals by Tim Gilles. Produced by Tim Gilles & The Fiendz. Recorded at Big Blue Meenie Recording Studios - Utica, NY Mixed at Big Blue Meenie Recording Studios - Hackensack, NJ Mixed and Engineered by Tim Gilles assisted by Jason Kanter, Joe Mahoney & Jerry McLaughlin.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Fiendz, The - Wact. Photo of Fiendz, The - Wact. More albums of Fiendz, The: Wact. Dead End. Genre is Rock. This album was released on the label Forefront Records (2) (catalog number BP-9205-1). This album was released in 1991 year.
Absent Friends is the eighth studio album by The Divine Comedy. It was released by Parlophone in the UK on 29 March 2004 and by Nettwerk in the US on 4 May 2004. Two singles were released from the album in the UK: "Come Home Billy Bird", which features former Kenickie vocalist Lauren Laverne (now a BBC 6 Music DJ) on vocals, and the album's title track. Neil Hannon was the only member of The Divine Comedy by this point, as the band had split up shortly after the release of 2001's Regeneration.