Youth Coup - Holly And The Italians - The Right To Be Italian (CD, Album)


  1. Holly and The Italians sono/erano la creatura di Holly Beth Vincent nata a Chicago che sul finire degli anni settanta grazie all' esplosione del punk si avvicinò al mondo del rock e formò Holly and The Italians a Londra con il batterista Steve Young e il bassista Mark Sidwick.
  2. Youth Coup By Holly & The Italians. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Youth Coup. Featured on The Right To Be Italian. More by Holly & The Italians. Tell That Girl To Shut Up. Rhythm On The Radio - Oval Records Singles More Holly & The Italians.
  3. HOLLY AND THE ITALIANS - The Right to Be Italian (Vinyl) - destchaltihicokerorithedowardi.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in /5(18).
  4. The Right To Be Italian () I Wanna Go Home Baby Gets It All Youth Coup Just Young Miles Away Tell That Girl To Shut Up Just For Tonight Do You Say Love Means To A Den Rock Against Romance Additional information Related artists: Holly Beth Vincent External links (return to top of page) Look this artist up at: MySpace • Amazon • destchaltihicokerorithedowardi.coinfo • AllMusic Discogs: Holly and the Italians.
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  7. Holly and the Italians' debut album The Right to Be Italian had a troubled and long production and was a commercial failure, which led to the band's dissolution at the end of .
  8. Jul 25,  · The release was abetted with three B-sides and an alternate version of “Miles Away” from the 7″ A-side. The group as such split after this one album, leaving Holly Beth Vincent to go solo for her followup project, which was an album named “Holly + The Italians” but otherwise a very different kettle of fish/5(30).

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