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The World We Know - The Smithereens - Green Thoughts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Smithereens are a powerpop/rock group from Carteret, New Jersey. The group formed in and consists of Pat DiNizio (lead singer/guitar), Jim Babjak (guitar), Mike Mesaros (bass), and Dennis Diken (drums). The group gained some notoriety when a single from its first album, Blood and Roses, was included on the soundtrack for and as the theme song of the Albert Pyun movie Dangerously.
  2. [C# B F# G#m G# E D#m] Chords for The Smithereens - Green Thoughts with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  3. Nov 16,  · The Smithereens play the title track of their second album at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick, NJ. The Smithereens - The World We Know - from Green Thoughts vinyl LP The Smithereens.
  4. In Memory Of A Summer Day by Constantine, released 1. Upon Your Rise 2. Morning/The Meandering Path 3. Spring 4. My Dear Alice 5. Slaying Of The Dragon 6. Far, Far, Far Away 7. Matilda Of The Meadow 8. Afternoon/In Memory Of A Summer Day 9. Along The Castle Wall Upon A Dream Rivers The Kingdom Must Fall "In Memory Of A Summer Day positively drips with golden sunlight.
  5. Album. Green Thoughts The Smithereens. Released March 22, The World We Know Lyrics. 5. Especially for You Lyrics. 6. Drown in My Own Tears Lyrics. 7. Deep Black.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Green Thoughts on Discogs/5(2).
  7. The Smithereens' excellent sophomore effort picks up where their debut, Especially for You, left off, with Pat DiNizio delivering another impressive batch of superbly constructed pop gems; tracks like "Only a Memory," "House We Used to Live In," and "Drown in My Own Tears" are immediately ingratiating -- instantly familiar, yet performed with more than enough energy and flair to sound new and 9/
  8. Other strong tracks include the mid-tempo rocker "The World We Know" and the title song. All told, Green Thoughts is another excellent album from the very underrated rock n' roll band that this is the Smithereens.(By John Alapick) The Smithereens were one of the top forgotten band of the s & Green Thoughts was a top notch album.
  9. Nov 13,  · This was the first Smithereens album I bought, actually it was a gift and it came with two tickets to their show. ‘Green Thoughts’ was the song I was in love with, or was it the melodic ‘Spellbound,’ no, I’m sure it was ‘House We Used to Live In.’ No matter, the whole album /5().

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