Cardboard Room - Math the Band - Dont Worry (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Don't Worry. London, UK. Indie rock band from Essex/London, UK. Specialist Subject Records. All the good stuff via the links below!
  2. LST Math The Band "Don't Worry" tape. LST Blanket Truth / Dana Jewell "Split" tape. LST Various Artists "Ukulele, Mekulele, Wekulele" tape. LST Andrew Mello / Weakness "What I Say Isn't What I Mean / Weakness" tape. LST Pangea "Jelly Jam" tape. LST Antarctica Takes It! "Constellations" tape. LST Sundance Kids "Tell the.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Don't Worry - Math the Band on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Don't Worry - Math the Band on AllMusic - Cardboard Room. Math the Band. Math the Band. Spotify Amazon: 8.
  4. Overall, the album takes a much more original sound, leaving behind the clear Atom And His Package influence on Banned The Math, and the Andrew W.K. inclusion on Don't Worry and Get Real (to some extent). The duo present a much more original sound here, which seems to do them well on all accounts.
  5. Play Don't Worry is the second album by English guitarist and singer Mick Ronson, recorded in and released in January after his several projects in the early seventies together with David Bowie, Lou Reed and the band the Spiders from curdlesusacmegajurelafuchtidis.coinfo contains mainly covers arranged by Ronson for his own sound, covering everyone from Pure Prairie League, The Velvet Underground and Little Richard.
  6. Currently, Math the Band is gearing up to release their second full-length album Don t Worry in June , this time supported by up-and-coming indie/electo label: Slanty Shanty Records (ANAVAN, Mose Giganticus, CAW! CAW!, The Emotron) based out of Los Angeles/5(2).
  7. Anyway, 'Play Don't Worry' is not quite as good as his debut solo album, 'Slaughter On Tenth Avenue'. It begins very strongly, with the should-have-been-a-hit 'Billy Porter', a snappy piece of Glam Pop, followed by his cover of the Pure Prairie League's 'Angel No 9' - Ronson's lead guitar screams out of the speakers, and his impassioned vocal /5(51).
  8. Sep 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Vinyl Theatre: Don't Worry (Audio) YouTube Vinyl Theatre: Done With These Days (Audio) - Duration: Vinyl Theatre 10, views.

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