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  • Well go on, I’ll be damned mother said I kicked off long before I could walk, She said that I swore and I cursed long before I could talk, For I’ve an infliction, a terrible thing, Fists of fury and a tongue with a sting, Seems such a shame but it kept us entertained now, What’s more to say? Not for a dollar a day, it’s not my job or my.
  • Oct 21,  · The new album Good to Go, while far from the standard set in , isn't bad- in places it's actually bloody good, if inconsistent. Goldmine Jamjar is a return to the Terrorvision .
  • The band used Bradford as a base after the name change to Terrorvision, by which time the band members had left home and all moved there. The re-release of their second single, "My House" (from the album Formaldehyde), in January proved to be Terrorvision's breakthrough to UK Singles Chart success, and preceded by months the release of.
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  • The band signed to a smaller label, Papillon and put out a fifth studio album, Good to Go, in The record, like all their others, was also credited to 'Total Vegas', the band's own independent imprint. A number of singles followed, but the band was unable to replicate their previous kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfog: Goldmine Jamjar.
  • Terrorvision's barkingly brilliant album Regular Urban Survivors (loud rock music with big luminous tunes in it; scientists were baffled) arrived in the aftermath of all that moping, stoop-shouldered grunge stuff and was as welcome as a sunlamp in a mine shaft. Wisely, on Good to Go, the boys have desisted from tampering with their cunningly maintained riff-laden rock equilibrium of mirth and /5(8).