8 thoughts on “ Much More Than A Hero - Real Cool Killers - Illusions (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Buck, the singer, commited suicide 2 weeks later the official split of the Real Cool Killers. 1st Line-up () Pascal Roussel a.k.a. Buck (Guitar, Vocals) Stéphane Vallon (Bass) Joël Caron (Drums) 2nd Line-up (, first 7" single) Pascal Roussel a.k.a. Buck (Guitar, Vocals) Stéphane Vallon (Bass) Joël Caron (Drums) Serge Pantel (Guitar).
  2. Jul 31,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hero on Discogs. Label: PAN (2) - 87 IT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock/5(3).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hero on Discogs. Label: Vertigo - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Denmark • Genre: Rock • /5(5).
  4. Real Cool Killers «Illusions» LP (Survival – SUR , Belgique) Just for fun / The knife / Daddy’s foot steps / Judgement say / Myrtle Gordon ; Illusion / Much more than a hero .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hero on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SRM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Hero - Hero (, Vinyl /5(8).
  6. referencing Hero, LP, Album, 87 IT OK, here we go: this album is my favourite record ever. Great songs with dark lyrics, full of childhood terrors, surreal situations, human suffering, and poetic descriptions of nature and life.
  7. Collecting some of the best examples of using old songs in the new movies of the late '90s, Movie Killers includes classics like "Green Onions" (from Get Shorty), "Mannish Boy" (Goodfellas), "Blue Velvet" (Blue Velvet), "The 'In' Crowd" (Casino) and "Oye Como Va" (Carlito's Way). The films of Quentin Tarantino account for six tracks -- from Pulp Fiction comes "Let's Stay Together," "Son of a.
  8. Oct 18,  · Every single track on this album holds up for me; there’s not a single bad song. The only warning I’ll give to The Killers fans is that the overall vibe of the album is pretty different from previous ones, so don’t expect the upbeat pop-y Day and Age or super-produced almost club-ish Hot Fuss.

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