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9 thoughts on “ Make Hay - Pere Ubu - New Picnic Time (CD, Album)

  1. Pere Ubu is an American rock group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in Despite a variety of long-term and recurring band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. They released their debut album The Modern Dance in and followed with several more LPs before disbanding in Thomas reformed the group in , continuing to record and tour.
  2. It was not surprising that after Dub Housing, Pere Ubu couldn't get a record released in the U.S. New Picnic Time originally surfaced on Chrysalis as a British import, but when Rough Trade made it available domestically, U.S. fans could take solace in that the band had finally hooked up with a label more sympathetic to their decidedly unique approach to music.
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of New Picnic Time on Discogs.5/5(1).
  6. Aug 20,  · Song Make Hay; Artist Pere Ubu; Album New Picnic Time; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] FUGA Aggregation (on behalf of Fire Records); ARESA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, BMI - Broadcast Music.
  7. Lyrics to Make Hay by Pere Ubu from the New Picnic Time album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  8. Over warped instruments, split into elementals and then strung back together with little more than crazy glue, bad intentions and David Thomas’ unkeyed squeals, The Fabulous Sequel ushered in Pere Ubu’s third LP New Picnic Time, a short distorted collection of garbled punk from some dim cobwebbed corner of the genre’s cellar.

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