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  1. Gagami Reply

    Apr 30,  · The band continued for a couple more years after that, but I really think the band had finished its first era. To me the best line-up was the four-piece on Volcanic Rock and Only Want You for Your Body; that was the band at its best. I like ‘What’s Going On’, ‘United Nations’ but with that line-up, I think we’d taken it as far as we.

  2. Vusida Reply

    Volcanic Rock, an Album by Buffalo. Released in August on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Psych, Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Dave Tice (vocals), John Baxter (guitar), Peter Wells (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Jimmy Economou (drums), Spencer Lee (producer), Wahanui Wynyard (engineer).

  3. Golabar Reply

    Buffalo, Category: Artist, Albums: Buffalo, Average Rock 'N' Roller, Mother's Choice, Only Want You For Your Body, Volcanic Rock, Top Tracks: Freedom, Sunrise (Come My Way), Shylock, The Prophet, 'Til My Death, Biography: Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Buffalo's hard rock style from the s would ironically earn them their greatest success in the late '80s in countries .

  4. Samuzil Reply

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  5. Grokasa Reply

    Australian quartet Buffalo's third long-player in as many years, 's Only Want You for Your Body found them honing their songwriting into far more focused and compact heavy rock nuggets, in a natural progression from first album Dead Forever's oftentimes trippy, post-psych meanderings and second album Volcanic Rock's even mix of lengthy jams and piledriving .

  6. Zulkimi Reply

    Only Want You for Your Body is the third album by Australian proto- metal band Buffalo, recorded and originally released in on the Vertigo label. A far more structured and polished release than the previous album Volcanic Rock, Only Want You for Your Body was conversely a much harder and heavier release.

  7. Shaktishicage Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Volcanic Rock / Only Want You For Your Body on Discogs/5(5).

  8. Daitaur Reply

    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Buffalo - Volcanic Rock / Only Want You For Your Body at Discogs. Complete your Buffalo collection/5(14).

  9. Morr Reply

    Vertigo 'swirl' label. Came with poster. The album cover artwork is illustrated by J. Phillip Thomas. The artwork was designed as a vertically opening gatefold cover, with the top half of the cover (i.e. the front cover) depicting an androgynous human standing atop a volcanic mountain holding up a phallus-shaped rock, whilst the lower half of the cover (i.e. rear cover) depicted the base of.

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