Homonculous - The Meanies - 10% Weird (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Voodooshakar says:
    The Meanies are an indie Australian punk rock band, formed in by D.D. Meanie on lead guitar, Link Meanie on vocals and guitar, Ringo Meanie on drums, an.
  2. Kajijinn says:
    Poison City's limited edition double LP re-issue includes the '10% Weird' album re-mastered at WWSM, NY with a second LP that includes 11 B-Side tracks from the album singles. All packaged in a deluxe gatefold jacket with coloured vinyl! One time only pressing of copies! Comes with MP3 download.
  3. Bram says:
    Aug 27,  · Australian rock icons The Meanies will be hitting the road this year, celebrating 30 years together, and 25 years since the release of the legendary 10% Weird. No matter how you look at it, The Meanies are a perfect example of one of the most influential yet underrated rock bands on the Aussie scene.. Forming back in , the group had moved to the live stage by , and released their first.
  4. Tygoran says:
    7" ep live 10th March Sydney, 4trax - 10% Weird/Paranoid/Scum/It's Okay. clear vinyl ltd. 20? copies rel. Bootlegcity rec. Reply See 3 replies Notify me Helpful Lists Add to List.
  5. Grozahn says:
    The Meanies discography and songs: Music profile for The Meanies, formed Genres: Punk Rock. Albums include Fuse / Box: The Alternative Tribute, Just Because We Love You, and Right Here: A Go-Betweens Tribute.
  6. Gardaktilar says:
    May 18,  · Wednesday, May 18, The Meanies - 10% Weird Posted by.
  7. Dourn says:
    To hail 25 years since the release of their influential LP 10% Weird and a whopping 30 years as a band, Australian punk titans The Meanies have summoned the band back into Australia from all over the world to embark on a huge national tour, bringing acts like Tumbleweed, Civic, Glitoris and Dicklord along for the ride.
  8. Kektilar says:
    Aussie punk-rock champions The Meanies have reached an impressive number of milestones this year. The band’s seminal album, 10% Weird, is turning 25 this year, and the group itself has entered its thirties. To celebrate, they’ve announced a huge list of national tour dates, including a Cup Day matinee at the Corner Hotel.

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