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9 thoughts on “ We Believe In You / New Age - The Rumour - Frogs Sprouts Clogs And Krauts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Frogs Sprouts Clogs And Krauts on Discogs. Label: Arista - AB • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Power Pop, Punk/5(17).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Frogs, Sprouts, Clogs & Krauts - The Rumour on AllMusic - - After signing to Stiff, the Rumour made a clear 6/
  3. They followed with Frogs Sprouts Clogs & Krauts for Stiff in and Purity of Essence in , and also worked extensively as one of Stiff's house bands, backing up Elvis Costello on "Watching the Detectives," as well as Carlene Carter, Rachel Sweet, Nick Lowe, and Dave Edmunds. By the end of , lack of real success on their own led to.
  4. LION PRODUCTIONS LP U.S.A. M-, EX: M-2 LP Set. Gatefold Cover. Gram Vinyl Pressings. $ R: Rough Diamond: Rough Diamond (featuring David Byron of Uriah Heep) ISLAND ILPS U.S.A. VG: VG: ROUGH DIAMOND on Front of Cover is Embossed. With The Original Inner Sleeve Which Has The Lyrics On It. $ R: Rough Trade.
  5. "Frogs Sprouts Clogs And Krauts" was the second of three albums for Graham Parker's back-up band. In a collection called "Not Just A Rumour, More A Way Of Life" was issued that includes almost all of this album (only "We Believe In You/New Age" was omitted), plus all but one song from their third album, "Purity Of Essence"/5(4).
  6. Nov 17,  · "Frogs Sprouts Clogs And Krauts" was the second of three albums for Graham Parker's back-up band. In a collection called "Not Just A Rumour, More A Way Of Life" was issued that includes almost all of this album (only "We Believe In You/New Age" was omitted), plus all but one song from their third album, "Purity Of Essence".
  7. As an album of new music, Frogs Sprouts Clogs and Krauts isn’t bad, but consider the works released in Squeezing Out Sparks, Look Sharp!, Labour of Lust, Armed Forces. Those albums are brilliant, and The Rumour, knowing they couldn’t outsmart the competition, might have done better to .
  8. This might be just that- new age jazz (looking at the tree on the cover) and the info organization on the back does not lead one to imagine it to be a pop album, despite the band name. Album Review: The Popguns released a new album with a new drummer in , and .

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