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8 thoughts on “ Too Much Violence - The Clean - Modern Rock (CD, Album)

  1. Modern Rock is the second studio album by New Zealand group The Clean, originally released in Track "Too Much Violence" "Phluke" "Do Your Thing" "Ginger Ale" Personnel The Clean. David Kilgour – sang and played guitars, keyboards, percussion, and .
  2. A pure classic in rock history, starts off in classic AC/DC fashion continues with timeless hard rock vocals, and that classic guitar riff that people who don't even though what this song is knows, this is definitely a top ten pick for rock songs, without a doubt (although stairway is definitely better than this).
  3. Editorial Reviews. Originally released in , 'Modern Rock' was The Clean's second studio album. Now being re-issued, the album, with its slightly tongue-in-cheek title, is an elaborate set of songs that sees the band further experimenting with their fuzz-drenched pop. From the swirling keyboard echoes on 'Outside the Cage', the spacious vocals on 'Something I Need' through to the off-kilter melodies of 5/5(3).
  4. Jun 22,  · Released in , the album contained music used in the soundtrack of the West of Memphis documentary, directed by Amy Berg and produced by Fran Walsh and Peter Jackson. Some of the proceeds were.
  5. While part of the Clean's undeniable charm is its overall familiarity -- every new album, when it appears, feeling like another pleasant greeting from an old friend -- it's a familiarity that doesn't breed contempt. The archly titled Modern Rock, slyly digging at the tag often applied to the band's music in earlier years, a la "college rock," finds the trio merrily making its way through 7/
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on Modern Rock and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. Janak, E. & Pescara-Kovach, L. (). Applications in the classroom: Four decades, three songs, too much violence: Using popular culture media analysis to prepare preservice teachers for dealing with school violence. Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy. 4(1).

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