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This mini 10 album is plain good. The Happy Drivers, on a short distance that advantages them, deliver 6 songs : 2 covers (a raucous version of Tear It Up and a banjo led Crawdad Hole) and 4 solid originals. Since their previous release, they have hardened their sound.

Band Name Happy Drivers. Album Name Indians on the Road. Data de aparición 1988. Labels Gougnaf Mouvement. Estilo MusicalPunk-Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0.

Performer: Happy Drivers. Album: Indians On The Roads. Happy Drivers - Indians On The Roads MP3 version. Indians On The Roads ‎(12", MiniAlbum).

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Gougnaf Mouvement (catalog number GM 039). This album was released in 1988 year.

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GM 038. Happy Drivers. Indians On The Roads ‎(10", MiniAlbum).

Tracklist

Indians
I'm Not A Hero
Tear It Up
Nervous Man
Babe I'm Gonna Leave you
Crawdad Hole

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GM 038 Happy Drivers Indians On The Roads ‎(10", MiniAlbum) Gougnaf Mouvement GM 038 France 1988
GM 039 Happy Drivers Indians On The Roads ‎(Cass, Album) Gougnaf Mouvement GM 039 France 1988
KIX 4 U 2228 Happy Drivers Indians On The Roads ‎(12", MiniAlbum) Kix 4 U Records KIX 4 U 2228 Netherlands 1989
CLLP 64141 Happy Drivers Indians On The Road ‎(12", MiniAlbum, RE) Crazy Love Records CLLP 64141 Germany 2002
CLLP 64141 Happy Drivers Indians On The Roads ‎(12", MiniAlbum, RE, Whi) Crazy Love Records CLLP 64141 Germany 2002


Happy Drivers - Indians On The Roads FLAC album

Performer: Happy Drivers

Title: Indians On The Roads

Country: France

Date of release: 1988

Style: Psychobilly

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1482 mb

Size FLAC: 1538 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 326

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Shistus
This mini 10” album is plain good. The Happy Drivers, on a short distance that advantages them, deliver 6 songs : 2 covers (a raucous version of Tear It Up and a banjo led Crawdad Hole) and 4 solid originals. Since their previous release, they have hardened their sound. Not exactly psychobilly, but no longer 50’s rockabilly, they created their own brand of modern rockabilly. “Indians” features the appropriate drum beat, as you can imagine, and a citation of The Shadows’ Apache (of course). Next you have “I’m Not A Hero” a wild modern rockabilly that shows how tight the band was at that time. “Nervous Man” is nervous for sure, a really heavy number (strong guitar and raspy voice) that prefigures what will follow with “War” their third album. JC has really worked on his voice and you also hear that the band benefited of a real studio and enough time to work their sound. The fourth self penned number, “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” is simply perfect, a frantic rockabilly. With this 10” the Happy Drivers had a level rarely reached by French bands.More rockabilly and psychobilly reviews at www.jumpingfrom6to6.com
Shistus
This mini 10” album is plain good. The Happy Drivers, on a short distance that advantages them, deliver 6 songs : 2 covers (a raucous version of Tear It Up and a banjo led Crawdad Hole) and 4 solid originals. Since their previous release, they have hardened their sound. Not exactly psychobilly, but no longer 50’s rockabilly, they created their own brand of modern rockabilly. “Indians” features the appropriate drum beat, as you can imagine, and a citation of The Shadows’ Apache (of course). Next you have “I’m Not A Hero” a wild modern rockabilly that shows how tight the band was at that time. “Nervous Man” is nervous for sure, a really heavy number (strong guitar and raspy voice) that prefigures what will follow with “War” their third album. JC has really worked on his voice and you also hear that the band benefited of a real studio and enough time to work their sound. The fourth self penned number, “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” is simply perfect, a frantic rockabilly. With this 10” the Happy Drivers had a level rarely reached by French bands.More rockabilly and psychobilly reviews at www.jumpingfrom6to6.com