8 thoughts on “ Say Yes - Comet Gain - Sneaky (CD)

  1. Comet Gain The Gettin Ready E.P. A1: Baby's Alright A2: The Shining Path B1: Charlie B2: White Noise: Wiiija UK: WIJ 46V: 16 Oct 7" 0: Comet Gain SAY YES! To International Socialism A1: Say Yes! A2: California B1: Hideaway B2: Sunsets At Her Window: Wiiija UK: WIJ 50V: 6 May EP: 1: Comet Gain A1: Strength B1: A Film By.
  2. Mar 15,  · From their Say Yes! (To International Socialism) EP. 🌈 Israel Kamakawiwo'ole 'Over The Rainbow' & 'What A Wonderful World' Medley 🌈 - Duration: .
  3. Comet Gain was started in David Feck's bedroom in Oxford, United Kingdom in Then there was a couple of EP's, 'Baby's Allright'/'Charlie' and 'Say Yes'/'Hideaway' - two angry shouty rockers and two northern soul infatuated pop songs and a scuppered album, "Sneaky' (which came out with only Feck's songs) which some people said was quite.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Comet Gain - Sneaky at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Comet Gain collection/5(6).
  5. The new version of Comet Gain cut the raucous album Tigertown Pictures, which was released by Kill Rock Stars in America and Fortuna Pop in the U.K. Evans, Taylor, and Slade proved to be a solid lineup, and with the addition of bassist Kay Ishikawa, the band released two more albums for Kill Rock Stars, 's Realistes (which featured a.
  6. Members of Comet Gain have collaborated with members of tourmates Crystal Stilts and others as Cinema Red and Blue, a long-term side project which released a single and an eponymous album in A follow up EP was released in October In a new Comet Gain line-up, with James Hornsey of The Clientele replacing both Ishikawa and Slade.
  7. Comet Gain's first release was two tracks on Wiiija compilation EP Some Hearts Paid To Lie in , alongside three riot grrrl bands. Following an EP on Soul Static Sound in , Comet Gain signed with Wiiija and released debut album Casino Classics and a further EP in Genres: Indie pop.
  8. Comet Gain - Strength, Hideaway & The Kids at the Club London-based indie pop & rock band, formed in Oxford in by David Feck and Phil Sutton. In , they released the debut album "The Casino Classics" on Wiiija Records.

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