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Lost Awakening - Tear Gas - Piggy Go Getter (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 13,  · Piggy Go Getter was the first album by Tear Gas. The album was released in
  2. 12 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tear Gas - Piggy Go Getter at Discogs. Complete your Tear Gas collection/5(56).
  3. Digitally remastered edition of the debut album by Tear Gas. Formed in Glasgow at the close of the s, the band featured Eddie Campbell (keyboards), Zal Cleminson (guitar), Chris Glen (bass, vocals), Gilson Lavis (drums) and Andi Mulvey (vocals).5/5(2).
  4. Piggy Go Getter, an Album by Tear Gas. Released in October on Famous (catalog no. SFMA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Chris Glen (bass), Wullie Munro (drums), Zal Cleminson (guitar), Eddie Campbell (keyboards), David Batchelor (vocals), Tony Chapman (producer).
  5. Jun 02,  · Piggy Go Getter was the first album by Tear Gas. The album was released in Track listings 1. Lost Awakening 2. Your Woman's Gone And Left You 3. Night Girl 4. Nothing Can Change Your Mind 5. Living For Today 6. Big House 7. Mirrors Of Sorrow 8. Look What Else Is Happenin' 9. I'm Fallin' Far Behind Witches Come Today Personnel * David.
  6. Jul 02,  · (Esoteric/Cherry Red - CD) There’s not many album titles better than grizhalnamorsibumiwalonmopechand.xyzinfo, on the (admittedly rare) occasions Piggy Go Getter turned up in used vinyl emporiums throughout the early seventies, as many people snagged it on the strength of its title as did so for Tear Gas’s other claim to fame - with a touch of reorganization, but no.
  7. Tear Gas - Piggy Go Getter ( uk, excellent progressive rock with psych folk shades, original Vinyl release) Lost Awakening - 2. Your Woman's Gone and Left You - Nell has made available this album - special limited edition CD) I cordially greet, Adam. April 1, at PM.
  8. Piggy Go Getter is a hard rock music album recording by TEAR GAS released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
  9. Mulvey and Lavis were soon replaced respectively by keyboard player and vocalist David Batchelor, and Richard "Wullie" Monro. This line-up recorded Piggy Go Getter at Regent Sound studios in London in The album was a fine progressive rock record which gained a release both in the UK and the USA (adorned in an elaborate gatefold sleeve).

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