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8 thoughts on “ A Little More For Little You - The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives (CD, Album)

  1. Malarn
    Jul 19,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Tyrannosaurus Hives by The Hives Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Vobar
    Listen free to The Hives – Tyrannosaurus Hives (Abra Cadaver, Two-Timing Touch and Broken Bones and more). 12 tracks (). Tyrannosaurus Hives is the third full-length album by The Hives, released on July 20, It is their first album since Veni Vidi Vicious from Allusion to Randy Fitzsimmons: If the front cover of the album is removed from the case and lined up with the back.
  3. Vukazahn
    Song information for A Little More for Little You - The Hives on AllMusic. Song information for A Little More for Little You - The Hives on AllMusic The Hives. Tyrannosaurus Hives. Interscope:
  4. Nikazahn
    Tyrannosaurus Hives, an Album by The Hives. Released 20 July on Interscope (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Garage Rock Revival. Featured peformers: Howlin' Pelle (vocals), Randy Fitzsimmons (songwriter), Magnus Larnhed (sequencing), The Hives (sequencing, producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, aka_text artwork role_id aka_text), Pelle Gunnerfeldt (recording .
  5. Mugrel
    "Tyrannosaurus Hives" is a half-hour rock maelstrom that commences with the crashing force of a tornado and ends just as abruptly. Raw and refined, it hearkens back to days of yore, but The Hives are more than The Stooges with a new coat of paint; they are modern in /5.
  6. Tojarisar
    Album Tyrannosaurus Hives. Can't get a lot for a little You keep trying, ended up in the middle A Little More For Little You 6. B Is For Brutus.
  7. Faell
    Jul 18,  · "Tyrannosaurus Hives is the biggest party of the year and you're all invited-- even you, Pangaea." A fine opener! Give me the pulitzer, Mr. Pulitzer, because I am the fucking prize!
  8. Malar
    The more i listen to the hives the more I love them, the rhythms and lyrics are infectious, and the performances impressive. Very few bands of the Oughties rock as hard as the Hives. If you're sick of wuss rock, get this album and believe in rock and roll again/5().

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