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Noddy Goes To Sweden - Brand X (3) - Do They Hurt? (Cassette, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Noddy Goes To Sweden - Brand X (3) - Do They Hurt? (Cassette, Album)

  1. Sajind
    Brand X, Ok so on all the other BRAND X DISCS I have been more than kind saying how great they are. How they put together some great fusion Jazz etc., and all that is true and I wont renege on any of that however now I have gone thru 3 discs and a rather nasty pattern is beginning to show up here/5(24).
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  3. Nikot
    That’s how I stumbled upon Brand X, I heard the blinding drum fill that kicks off Brand X’s canon in Nuclear Burn was I skimming through the rest of the album, seeing if the rest of the material was of a similar quality. Turns out it was. ~ Do They Hurt? () Noddy Goes to Sweden () Voidarama () Act of Will (4.
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  4. Fenriramar
    Do They Hurt? () is an album by British jazz fusion group Brand X. The tracks on this album are outtakes from the Product sessions. ("Noddy Goes to Sweden" was a B-side from Product.).
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  5. Shaktiran
    Side A Side B Original Sound recording made by Charisma Records Ltd. As the playing time of the two sides may be of unequal length, please wind the tape on to the end before turning over/5(3).
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  6. Mikacage
    Do they hurt from was in Brand X career their final let's say good record, even has some memorable and quite mediocre arrangements in same time. I personaly like this album, of course not as much as thir first two excellent works, but this is a decent album in my view.
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  7. Nanos
    Brand X is guilty of going through the motions on Do They Hurt? At this juncture in Brand X's career, John Goodsall and Percy Jones are the principal forces, with Phil Collins, Morris Pert, and Robin Lumley reduced to a couple of cameos. Peter Robinson, who adopts Lumley's role of providing dreamy keyboards, and drummer Mike Clarke pick up the slack well enough, though John Giblin appears only 4/
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  8. Faegami
    Right from the opening notes of the ultra-funky Noddy Goes To Sweden's jazz-funk, one can feel that this is going to be a difficult task to sit through the album's entirety, Not only is the drumming and rhythmic pattern of Noddy are irritating, but the track is plagued by spoken words in the background/5(14).
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