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  1. Tojazahn says:
    I Have Been To Heaven And Back Hen's Teeth and other lost fragments of unpopular culture Vol. 1 The Mekons See Pt. 2, Reviews. I Have Been To Heaven And Back Andy Gill (no relation) from the Gang Of Four and Vicky Aspinall from the Raincoats dropped by while the Mekons were sleeping on top of each other under the mixing desk.
  2. JoJonos says:
    "The Mekons are some of the original punk era survivors. Led by Jon Langford, they evolved from a more angular punk sound to tales of American gothic as filtered through the haze of an English pub. At their best they trade off between Langford's world-weary rogue trader and Sally Timms' lonesome cowgirl.
  3. Shakagis says:
    The Mekons have brought poetry, sexiness, and panache to the theme of getting by and making do, an adult theme if there ever was one and an appropriate development from the anti-glam our self-determination of Given that the prevailing myth these days concerns the effort less acquisition of .
  4. Gora says:
    I Have Been To Heaven And Back and Where Were You? Hen's Teeth And Other Lost Fragments Of Popular Culture, Vol. 2 (both released , covering ). These are not so much collections of hits as collections of outtakes. Both have delightfully chaotic cover images snapped at live shows.
  5. Gutilar says:
    I Have Been to Heaven and Back: Hen's Teeth and Other Lost Fragments of Un-Popular Cul The Mekons Formed in the late s, they are one of the longest-running and most prolific of the first-wave British punk rock bands.
  6. Kesida says:
    Mekons. Lester Bangs once wrote, "The Mekons are the most revolutionary group in the history of rock 'n' roll," and although he wrote it tongue in cheek, that doesn't mean he was metalcore.mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.infoinfoghly uncompromising, creatively restless, at once witty and profoundly cynical, and seemingly incapable of repeating themselves, the Mekons are one of the few bands from the first wave of British punk who.
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  8. Kazibar says:
    Mekons* ‎– I Have Been To Heaven And Back: Hen's Teeth And Other Lost Fragments Of Unpopular Culture Vol. /5(7).

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