The Wrong Road - The Go-Betweens - 1978-1990 (CD)
Label: Beggars Banquet - TKCB-70511 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Indie Rock
A trader in furs living in exile Boy, what a kook, look at that passport Stale bread and paper without privilege If you live here learn the language When the rain hit the roof With the sound of a finished kiss Like a lip lifted from a lip I took the wrong road 'round A.
The Wrong Road Lyrics: A trader in furs living in exile / Boy what a kook / Look at that passport / Stale bread and paper without privilege / If you live here learn the language / When the rain.
· Not quite as comprehensive or well-chosen as the earlier (and now out-of-print) retrospective, Bellavista Terrace is nevertheless a fine introduction to the Go-Betweens' enduring brilliance. As Robert Forster's liner notes point out with painful accuracy, this track compilation could scarcely be called a greatest-hits collection as none of the band's singles actually charted, a.
16 Lovers Lane Bellavista Terrace: The Best of The Go-Betweens. Tallulah 78 'til 79 The Lost Album Send Me A Lullaby Spring Hill Fair Oceans Apart Bright Yellow Bright Orange The Wrong Road: $ 4: To Reach Me: $ 5: Twin Layers Of Lightning: $ 6.
The Go-Betweens were an Australian indie rock band formed in Brisbane, Queensland, in The band was co-founded and led by singer-songwriters and guitarists Robert Forster and Grant McLennan, who were its only constant members throughout its r Lindy Morrison joined the band in , and its lineup would later expand to include bass guitarist Robert Vickers and multi.
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