Category: Rock

9 thoughts on “ Fuk Yeh - The Vines - Vision Valley (CD, Album) ”

  1. The new album from The Vines is amazing! Vision Valley is more like the bands first album Highly Evolved, what I mean by that is that there is a lot harder songs on the album then the bands 2nd cd Winning Days (but still an amazing album!). But for those fans who like the acoustic stuff as well there is plenty of that on this album/5(22).
  2. Fuk Yeh tab by Vines at stoneshaperfelharimhelldweller.xyzinfo Band: The Vines Song: Fuk Yeh Album: Vision Valley Main Riff: *Palm mute in verse take off palm mute on chorus E.
  3. For the first time, the band has delivered a double album containing 22 songs. He co-produced disc one with regarded Australian tape loving rearog producer Paul McKercher (You Am I) and then he assumes full control over the production duties for the second disc. release, the sixth album from the Australian Alt-Rock band.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Vision Valley on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - CDP 3 2 4 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Hard Rock, Indie Rock/5(14).
  5. "Don't Listen to the Radio" is a single from Australian rock band The Vines' third album Vision Valley. It was a minor hit in the UK and Australia, reaching positions of 66 and 46 on the countries' respective singles charts. It was featured on the soundtrack of the video game FlatOut 2, and was also used in the game Thrillville. Track listing.
  6. The Vines Lyrics "Fuk Yeh" Yeah ma ma my baby Yeah ma ma my girl Yeah ma ma my baby You'll never rule the earth This ain't the real world It ain't a fuckin' thing People are full of hurl album: "Vision Valley" () Anysound. Nothin's Comin' Candy Daze. Vision Valley.
  7. Vision Valley, an Album by The Vines. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. 3 2 7; CD). Genres: Garage Rock Revival, Garage Punk, Alternative Rock.
  8. With third album Vision Valley and after two years away from the limelight, The Vines will hopeto cement their reputation as a major force in punk rock, something that Winning Days failed to do. The first offering from Vision Valley was the arguably confusing GrossOut. Clocking in at just 78 seconds it was, for some, a strange singlerelease.

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