9 thoughts on “ The Smithereens - Green Thoughts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Green Thoughts on Discogs. Label: Enigma Records (3) - C,Capitol Records - C,Enigma/Capitol Records - C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock/5(6).
  2. Green Thoughts is The Smithereen's second LP, and it's clearly amazing and defining of the alternative rock scene of the 80's. Like "Especially For You", the album really shines on its songwriting and cohesiveness. Pat DiNizio continues to tell us every sad story about love, so it's definitely for those who are heartbroken and pensive/5(25).
  3. Apr 23,  · From the album "Green Thoughts" released on March 16, Jim Babjak – guitar Dennis Diken – drums Pat DiNizio – vocals, guitar Mike Mesaros – bass guitar.
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  5. Green Thoughts, an Album by The Smithereens. Released 16 March on Capitol (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD). Genres: Power Pop, Alternative Rock.
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  7. Apr 30,  · 's Green Thoughts is easily the second greatest album in The Smithereens discography/5(15).
  8. Green Thoughts is as good a pop rock album as you're ever likely to hear and, off the back of it, I've just ordered 11, The Smithereens' follow-up. On the strength of the mathematical equation above I'll get around to listening to it in which, apparently, is only six weeks away.
  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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