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8 thoughts on “ Joe Public - The Rutles - Archaeology (CD, Album)

  1. Label: EMI Gold - 3 2 1,EMI Gold - • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Parody The Rutles - Archaeology (, CD) | Discogs4/5(12).
  2. Archaeology, an Album by The Rutles. Released 29 October on Virgin (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Musical Parody.
  3. The Rutles is a pop group from London, England. A spoof of the massively popular and influential rock group The Beatles, The Rutles was the brainchild of Neil Innes, former member of The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, and ex-Monty Python member Eric pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo four official members of The Rutles were Dirk McQuickly (Eric Idle), Ron Nasty (Neil Innes), Stig O'Hara (Ricky Fataar) and Barry Wom (John.
  4. Product Description. The brainchild of Neil Innes of Bonzo Dog Band and Monty Python's Eric Idle, The Rutles became a hit with Beatles fans around the world following the NBC broadcast of the hilarious "rockumentary" satire All You Need Is Cash (the album received a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Recording that year). on the heels of the Beatles Anthology 3, this new album of 16 rare Reviews:
  5. "Archaeology 2" was an album released by Rutle Corps. in It is the second of a triple-released set. It included mostly original tunes, but with some new tunes. Track Listing Edit "Real Lunch" "No It Isn't" "I'm Up" "You've Got To Hide Your Lunch Away" "If You've Got Rutles" "That Means Nothing" "Left-Overs" "It's Only Lunch" "I Don't Mind.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Archaeology - The Rutles on AllMusic - - It had to happen -- if the Beatles were going to 8/
  7. Archaeology. The Rutles. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app The Rutles. Joe Public The Rutles. Shangri-La The Rutles. Don't Know Why The Rutles. Back In '64 The Rutles. Other Albums by The Rutles.
  8. Joe Public is a song by Stig O'Hara featured on the groundbreaking Semi-Automatic.. The S.I.D. theory Edit. Many people believe "Joe Public" is one of the many clues about Stig's demise and his replacement by a lookalike called Ftig - this is the first song written by the lead guitarist after his supposed death, and the verse "My name is Joe Public - I'm sure you all know me" is supposed.

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