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New York Wakes - Horslips - Aliens (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. New York Wakes Said we never should have let them go but we let them go To find a living in the foreign places where the crazy faces made them feel so low A thousand promises we meant to keep but we could not keep We built a city out of junkyard alleys and landscape valleys, where dead men sleep. Ah, but you were a playboy; you could always.
  2. Horslips drew on their distinctly Irish roots, and were capable of playing straight folk material when the moment called for it, but weren't afraid to turn up loud and hard, in the best art-rock style, on the right songs. Aliens was originally released in , a seminal album in the bands history.
  3. Cover of Hamish Henderson's song by the Glasgow band The Wakes. John MacLean was a Scottish schoolteacher and revolutionary socialist. From 'The Red and the Green' album.
  4. Wake Up In New York Lyrics: Wake up in New York / Put a comb through your hair / Don't you ever want to lie down / When there's no one else around / I want to say this to you / I know I hurt you.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Horslips - Aliens at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Horslips collection/5().
  6. New York Dolls, New York Dolls Second Ave. (at St. Marks Place), East Village Like Kiss, the New York Dolls were a hometown band whose members wore heavy makeup. On the back cover of their debut album, though, the Dolls chose a fresh-faced look that would capture their glam-chic nature.
  7. Horslips - New York Wakes Lyrics. Said we never should have let them go But we let them go To find a living in the foreign places where the crazy faces made them feel so low.

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