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Heard this on satelite radio. The chorus goes "I've got all the time in the world, I'll spend it waitin' on you".

 

Has a very Child Play-ish sound to it, almost could have been on Long Way no problem.

 

Any help would be appreciated!

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That's the one, thanks! I'm going to have to pick this up. I know Wes always liked them and I didn't but I must have had them confused with someone else or my tastes have changed. Sounds a lot like J. Solinger too. Great tune...hope their cd's are as good as this song!

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You can't go wrong with ANY Junkyard releases. Sixes and Sevens holds up to the S/T, which is in fact quintescential!

 

If you like "All THe Time In THe World" you will like em all.

 

 

The Shut Up We're Trying To Practice is a nice live release and Tried But True is a neat lil' EP.

 

If you can locate the 2 guitarist released compilations, I think they are called Joker and Aces or something like that. These have some good tunes and some alt takes. BE FOREWARNED: that these releases are heavily booted and I think even the originals were artist made cdr's and then as rumor is told the member of the band selling these pulled a Lonnie and took the money and ran...

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You can't go wrong with ANY Junkyard releases. Sixes and Sevens holds up to the S/T, which is in fact quintescential!

 

If you like "All THe Time In THe World" you will like em all.

 

 

The Shut Up We're Trying To Practice is a nice live release and Tried But True is a neat lil' EP.

 

If you can locate the 2 guitarist released compilations, I think they are called Joker and Aces or something like that. These have some good tunes and some alt takes. BE FOREWARNED: that these releases are heavily booted and I think even the originals were artist made cdr's and then as rumor is told the member of the band selling these pulled a Lonnie and took the money and ran...

 

Lonnie...Ehh...that's a name I haven't heard in a while!

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You can't go wrong with ANY Junkyard releases. Sixes and Sevens holds up to the S/T, which is in fact quintescential!

 

If you like "All THe Time In THe World" you will like em all.

 

 

The Shut Up We're Trying To Practice is a nice live release and Tried But True is a neat lil' EP.

 

If you can locate the 2 guitarist released compilations, I think they are called Joker and Aces or something like that. These have some good tunes and some alt takes. BE FOREWARNED: that these releases are heavily booted and I think even the originals were artist made cdr's and then as rumor is told the member of the band selling these pulled a Lonnie and took the money and ran...

 

Lonnie...Ehh...that's a name I haven't heard in a while!

 

Yea I guess I should have not mentioned the name, I am sure many people are still burning up inside over his shenanigans...

 

On topic: Just spun that Tried But True EP and be damned if it isn't awesome and appears to be getting a bit pricey...

 

Big thanks again to Gary for hooking me up with this one a long while back. :beerbang:

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You can't go wrong with ANY Junkyard releases. Sixes and Sevens holds up to the S/T, which is in fact quintescential!

 

If you like "All THe Time In THe World" you will like em all.

 

 

The Shut Up We're Trying To Practice is a nice live release and Tried But True is a neat lil' EP.

 

If you can locate the 2 guitarist released compilations, I think they are called Joker and Aces or something like that. These have some good tunes and some alt takes. BE FOREWARNED: that these releases are heavily booted and I think even the originals were artist made cdr's and then as rumor is told the member of the band selling these pulled a Lonnie and took the money and ran...

 

Lonnie...Ehh...that's a name I haven't heard in a while!

 

Yea I guess I should have not mentioned the name, I am sure many people are still burning up inside over his shenanigans...

 

On topic: Just spun that Tried But True EP and be damned if it isn't awesome and appears to be getting a bit pricey...

 

Big thanks again to Gary for hooking me up with this one a long while back. :beerbang:

 

Yeah, you should give it to me for $1 :)

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You can the get the debut for peanuts and it's fucking awesome. The follow up that this song came from was really good and a little more classic rock sounding and not as sleazy GNR sounding as the debut but it still had many great songs including the song in question as well as one of my fav ballads in "Slipping Away". I've been needing to upgrade Sixes, Sevens and Nines to CD for years but it was getting a little pricey the last time I checked.

 

"Hollywood"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Orh6JEjtliE

 

"Slippin Away"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iX88E1bloY

 

"Misery Loves Company"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCh4Av2UHHE

 

"Simple Man"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRy9RLcoaSk&feature=related

 

"Blooze"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWC_CNXYG04

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Need to check prices, but Geffen re-issued the S/T and Sixes and Sevens recently in that "Goldline" series...

 

 

Sure thing Jared it is yours pal! :nyanya:

 

 

Probably my favorite Junkyard cut, but as mentioned earlier, this band is solid through and through.

:party421:

 

Hands Off!

 

 

Hands Off live 1989:

 

 

 

Here is the S/T on Evilbay and its the Jap verion with "Halleluah I love Her So" as a bonus track!

http://cgi.ebay.com/JUNKYARD-s-t-JPN-CD-BIG-BOYS-MINOR-THREAT-/270753387703?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item3f0a28d4b7

 

And through the band you can get Joker and XXX and Put It On Ten. I thought we threaded this before and someone bought these to verify if they were cdr's or not?

http://www.junkyardblooze.com/store.html#

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Need to check prices, but Geffen re-issued the S/T and Sixes and Sevens recently in that "Goldline" series...

 

 

Sure thing Jared it is yours pal! :nyanya:

 

 

Probably my favorite Junkyard cut, but as mentioned earlier, this band is solid through and through.

:party421:

 

Hands Off!

 

 

Hands Off live 1989:

 

 

 

Here is the S/T on Evilbay and its the Jap verion with "Halleluah I love Her So" as a bonus track!

http://cgi.ebay.com/JUNKYARD-s-t-JPN-CD-BIG-BOYS-MINOR-THREAT-/270753387703?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item3f0a28d4b7

 

And through the band you can get Joker and XXX and Put It On Ten. I thought we threaded this before and someone bought these to verify if they were cdr's or not?

http://www.junkyardblooze.com/store.html#

 

Yes, can anyone verify that? I would love to buy them directly from the band but not as a cd-r.

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Need to check prices, but Geffen re-issued the S/T and Sixes and Sevens recently in that "Goldline" series...

 

 

Sure thing Jared it is yours pal! :nyanya:

 

 

Probably my favorite Junkyard cut, but as mentioned earlier, this band is solid through and through.

:party421:

 

Hands Off!

 

 

Hands Off live 1989:

 

 

 

Here is the S/T on Evilbay and its the Jap verion with "Halleluah I love Her So" as a bonus track!

http://cgi.ebay.com/JUNKYARD-s-t-JPN-CD-BIG-BOYS-MINOR-THREAT-/270753387703?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item3f0a28d4b7

 

And through the band you can get Joker and XXX and Put It On Ten. I thought we threaded this before and someone bought these to verify if they were cdr's or not?

http://www.junkyardblooze.com/store.html#

 

Yeah, I wish I could grab that Junkyard cd but I had an "issue" with Mr. DDT. Which is stupid because I have spent a lot of money with him over the last 5-7 yers. That's the way it goes...

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