Soulful - Seade - (Pêrf) (CD, Album)


Download Soulful - Seade - (Pêrf) (CD, Album)
1996
Label: Grass Records - 60150-13036-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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  1. Gogrel says:
    Seade - Perf - caduldacdnafibno.amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in I heard two of these songs on a free cd they were handing out at a record store back in the album was "grass of 96'" and had a compilation of artists on it. I finally found the rest of the album and its awesome.5/5(4).
  2. Dogami says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Perf - Seade on AllMusic - /
  3. Sataxe says:
    Seade (pronounced "shade") was a Baltimore, MD band from It was comprised of Jack Osiecki on guitars and vocals, Sean Truslow on bass, Ben Remo on Guitar, and Allen Kelly on drums. Before breaking up, they released one 7-track EP(-ish), Perf, on Grass Records. In , vocalist Jack Osiecki died of a severe asthma attack.
  4. Yozshugrel says:
    "Watered Eyes" appeared on the one and only release from Baltimore band Seade (pronounced "shade"), the Perf EP, released on Grass Records. Seade was part of the mids Baltimore indie scene alongside bands like Candy Machine and Liquor Bike, but took a more melodic straightforward rock approach, channeling Sugar-era Bob Mould a bit on.
  5. Arashigami says:
    Now this is what I like to call head music for the rest of us. Baltimore's seade (pronounced "shade") were yet another fantastic Grass Records signee that didn't have a prayer in gaining national prominence. Too lengthy to be deemed an ep, but just shy of full length status, (perf) commences with "Soulful" a billowy, amped-out piece that finds the band wandering around the sonically expansive.
  6. Tanris says:
    TNC, # Ghoti Hook: The Box (as Drew 'I Don't Have A Woman So I Got A Dog' Mazurek) Ghoti Hook - Banana Man ‎ (Cass, Album) Tooth & Nail Records, Tooth & Nail Records: TNC, #
  7. Faerr says:
    The Best of Marvin Sease is the first comprehensive collection of Sease's best bawdy, funky '70s soul, culled from his four albums for Polygram. Among the 15 tracks are the notorious "Candy Licker" and a single that had never been available on an album prior to this collection.
  8. Samugis says:
    SEADE – Perf () LOOMIS- You’re No Tiget () My Mudhoney and Pennywise CD’s were giving way to the spinning of Fastbacks, Mr.T Experience, and Sicko CD’s. The perfect band to bridge the gap between the two genres was San Francisco’s The Meices. With hooks as heavy as their guitars, the trio’s sounds was just as audibly.
  9. Samull says:
    The official website for Sade. Visit for news, music, photos, events and merchandise. Helen Folasade Adu CBE, known professionally as Sade Adu or simply Sade, is an English singer, songwriter, and actress. She is best known as the lead vocalist of the band Sade.

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