Cool It Reba

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Cool It Reba - Money Fall Out The Sky Money Fall Out The Sky
Pop Used - LP HNEP 3302 Hannibal
Rare 1982 Original Four Track EP. Clean Cut Out Hole. Cover Has Slight Sticker Tears. “New York City's Cool It Reba Was Part Of The Downtown Post Punk / No Wave Scene In The Early 1980s. They Combined Elements Of James Brown Funk, Television's Guitar Interplay And David Byrne's Lyrical Paranoia To A Danceable Beat. The Band Took Their Name From A Catch Phrase That Soupy Sales Often Said On His Show. Formed In The Autumn Of 1981 By Vocalist/Guitarist David Hansen, Who Was Previously A Member Of Rhode Island's The Young Adults, And Drummer Kevin Tooley Who Was In The Mundanes. The Line-Up Was Completed By John Fredericks On Lead Guitar And Bassist Baker Rorick (Who Later Played In The Baxters, The Scarecrows And Purple K'nif). They Regularly Played Such Venues As CBGB's, The Peppermint Lounge, The Mudd Club And Danceteria NYC. After Only Their Fourth Gig They Signed To Hannibal Records In 1982. Shortly Thereafter, They Released The Joe Boyd-Produced Money Fall Out The Sky EP. Containing Such Songs As "I Saw Snakes", "Out Where The Buses Don't Run" And The Title Track, It Was Met With Critical Acclaim, Making Many Critics' Annual Top-Ten Lists. The Band Then Played Alongside The Likes Of Billy Idol, John Cale And R.E.M.. Label Restaffing And Losing Key Members Led To The Ultimate Break Up Of The Band In The Summer Of 1984. Half Of The Band Later Played Together In The Band Steve Mcqueen. Although Only Releasing One Record During Their Existence, Many Bootlegs Of Their Live Shows And Unreleased Studio Recordings Have Circulated.” - Wikipedia... more details
 
Cool It Reba - Money Fall Out The Sky Money Fall Out The Sky
Pop Used - LP HNEP 3302 Hannibal
Rare 1982 Original Four Track EP Still In Shrink Wrap. “New York City's Cool It Reba Was Part Of The Downtown Post Punk / No Wave Scene In The Early 1980s. They Combined Elements Of James Brown Funk, Television's Guitar Interplay And David Byrne's Lyrical Paranoia To A Danceable Beat. The Band Took Their Name From A Catch Phrase That Soupy Sales Often Said On His Show. Formed In The Autumn Of 1981 By Vocalist/Guitarist David Hansen, Who Was Previously A Member Of Rhode Island's The Young Adults, And Drummer Kevin Tooley Who Was In The Mundanes. The Line-Up Was Completed By John Fredericks On Lead Guitar And Bassist Baker Rorick (Who Later Played In The Baxters, The Scarecrows And Purple K'nif). They Regularly Played Such Venues As CBGB's, The Peppermint Lounge, The Mudd Club And Danceteria NYC. After Only Their Fourth Gig They Signed To Hannibal Records In 1982. Shortly Thereafter, They Released The Joe Boyd-Produced Money Fall Out The Sky EP. Containing Such Songs As "I Saw Snakes", "Out Where The Buses Don't Run" And The Title Track, It Was Met With Critical Acclaim, Making Many Critics' Annual Top-Ten Lists. The Band Then Played Alongside The Likes Of Billy Idol, John Cale And R.E.M.. Label Restaffing And Losing Key Members Led To The Ultimate Break Up Of The Band In The Summer Of 1984. Half Of The Band Later Played Together In The Band Steve Mcqueen. Although Only Releasing One Record During Their Existence, Many Bootlegs Of Their Live Shows And Unreleased Studio Recordings Have Circulated.” - Wikipedia... more details
 

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