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Compared To What - The Celibate Rifles - Heaven On A Stick (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Label: Hot Records (2) - ,Penguin - ,Festival Records - L • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Garage Rock The Celibate Rifles - Heaven On A Stick (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. Playing stripped-down, loud, and fast Ramones-inspired guitar rock, The Celibate Rifles were one of the earliest Australian punk bands to emerge during the post-Radio Birdman/Saints era. Taking their cues from these Aussie bands, along with the American hard rock of The Stooges, MC5, and Blue Oyster Cult, the Rifles were led by the twin-guitar attack of Kent Steedman and Dave Morris and the.
  3. Australia's Celibate Rifles, the band that almost single-handedly carried the torch of Detroit rock & roll into the '90s (and beyond?), have done the unthinkable: They've released an acoustic disc. Actually, it's not fully acoustic, but rather "on the quiet," as the title suggests. Here we have our heroes redoing eight of their older numbers and four electric cover versions of Australian rock.
  4. Another dispiriting sign was the release of Heaven on a Stick, which, despite a wonderful title, sounded tired and tossed off. Spaceman in a Satin Suit Fortunately, all this speculation turned out to be wrong, and in late the Rifles stormed back with Spaceman in a .
  5. Mar 18,  · On May 19, , The Celibate Rifles, X and Painters & Dockers played a gig at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne called 'Back to the Corner'. We were fortunate enough to capture the Rifles .
  6. Label: Festival Records - L • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered White • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Garage Rock The Celibate Rifles - Heaven On A Stick (, White, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(2).
  7. Heaven on a Stick, an Album by The Celibate Rifles. Released in March on Hot (catalog no. HOT; CD).
  8. The music is fantastic; this album is a classic. BUT: The MP3's are based on the reissue, meaning the original recording (which had an average dynamic range of 12db, or near vinyl quality) has been crushed down to a "modern" dynamic range of 6db. This means the original recording had more twice the variation in loud sounds to soft sounds/5(1).

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