Rocks: You'r So Boring, LP (Vinyl)
Rocks: You'r So Boring, LP (Vinyl)
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Rocks
You'r So Boring
  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
compilation of early tracks by the Australian Punk band, includes the complete 1978 "You'r So Boring" EP, German pressing
  • Dropkick
  • (BEHIND021)
  • 12 Tracks
  • EAN 5021456133154
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

"You'r So Boring" 7"EP 1978

A1

You'r So Boring

A2

Damn You

A3

Chaos

A4

Kick Her Out

A5

Too Bad

A6

Hangin' On

From The "Not So Humdrum" LP Compilation 1984

B1

Kamikaze Twist

B2

Migraine Headache

From The "Swingin' From The Trees" LP Compilation 1987

B3

Mental Blank

Never-Released 7"

B4

Suburban Soldiers

B5

Zero

Rehearsal @ The Posters Estate, 1977

B6

Sewer Side

Credits

Remastered by
  • Harry Williamson

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