9 thoughts on “ Dont You Just Know It - The Sonics - Boom (CD, Album) ”

  1. Kigalkree says:
    Don't You Just Know It Written-By – Smith*, Vincent* 6: Jenny Jenny Written-By – Johnson*, Penniman* 7: He's Waitin' Written-By – G. Roslie* 8: Louie Louie Written-By – R. Berry* 9: Since I Fell For You Written-By – B. Johnson* Hitch Hike Written-By – Paul*, Gaye*, Stevenson* It's Alright /5(3).
  2. Yozshushicage says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Card sleeve CD release of Boom on Discogs/5(26).
  3. Fenrinris says:
    The second album by The Sonics is a clear example of the Sophomore Slump. With their first album a likely candidate for the perfect example of what Rock ‘n’ Roll sounds like, if you were explaining it to someone who9 had never heard it; ‘Boom’ is a distinct step (two steps based on my ranking) down. The reason is simple: song selection/5(34).
  4. Melrajas says:
    rows · Watch the video for Don't You Just Know It from The Sonics's Boom for free, and .
  5. Dourn says:
    The Sonics' second album is every bit as explosive and influential as their debut outing, loaded with gritty Northwest rock & roll. Sandwiched in between the abrasive classics of "Cinderella" and "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" (with the Wailers on backing vocals), the funk sass of "The Hustler" and "Shot Down," the demonic "He's Waitin'," and the sledgehammer, inside-out version of Price: $
  6. Gasida says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Boom on Discogs.
  7. Mudal says:
    UK track CD album - Originally released as Etiquette LP in , it is every bit as explosive and influential as their debut 'Here Are The Sonics'. Big Beat. Track Listings/5(13).
  8. Dubei says:
    Jan 08,  · The Sonics: Boom ‎ (CD, Album, Mono, RE) Norton Records (2) CNW US: A lot moreso than the digital files O have which don’t do this album justice. The vocals are in front which sometimes obscures the rest of the music and the overall sound is pretty raw. I just got a copy of Boom and both sides are Side B! I've never heard /5().
  9. Mazujinn says:
    We follow or recent reissue of “Here Are The Sonics!” with a g black vinyl replica of “Boom”, the band’s second album. Originally released in on Etiquette Records in wonderful mono, “Boom” still does much more than merely deliver on the promise of their debut.

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