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9 thoughts on “ Graffiti - Throwing Muses - The Real Ramona (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The thing with " The Real Ramona " is that even though it's clearly a first - class pop and rock release, still it has remained largely unheard. That's so unfair for a record as good as this one - a record that all people who like good music can enjoy and not just fans of the Throwing Muses /5(17).
  2. The Real Ramona, an Album by Throwing Muses. Released 12 March on Sire (catalog no. 9 ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock.
  3. The Throwing Muses released this album in It was a shattering accomplishment then and its impact continues to reverberate 30+ years later. Not to be overly hyperbolic, but this album is worthy of the tile Sergeant Pepper for Gen X. Listening to it now is as mind-blowing as when I first heard it in /5(9).
  4. Song information for Graffiti - Throwing Muses on AllMusic. Song information for Graffiti - Throwing Muses on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Throwing Muses. The Real Ramona. 4AD / Sire:
  5. The Real Ramona, an Album by Throwing Muses. Released in on Rough Trade [DEU] (catalog no. rtd ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock.
  6. Throwing Muses ReleaseProduct The Real Ramona Label 4AD Catalogue Number GADCD Release Date October 5,
  7. I can't wait to listen to the rest of the output produced by Throwing Muses and bandleader Kristin Hersh. If you're already a lover of bands like Pixies, The Replacements, or Minutemen, or just want to enjoy a quality "alternative" album from the past, "The Real Ramona" should be a natural progression for you. Now onto "University"!/5(31).
  8. Throwing Muses. Real Ramona LP (Item ) Sire, — Condition: Near Mint-Add to Watch List. Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album. Related searches. Throwing Muses Sire Sire (label) Rock (CD, LP) LP, Vinyl record album. Santana Zebop. Columbia, Near Mint-.
  9. The Real Ramona marked a high point for the Throwing Muses, whose debut was the first-ever American recording issued on the hip British label 4AD. The quartet excels in two largely different veins, the first a glistening, poppy one with Hersh's unnervingly crisp voice edging the guitars, and the second a more frantic, revved-up version of the /5(17).

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