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9 thoughts on “ Nasty - Kevin Coyne - Marjory Razorblade (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Marjory Razorblade, an Album by Kevin Coyne. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. CDVM ; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Rock.
  2. Get all the lyrics to songs on Marjory Razorblade and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  3. Nasty Lyrics: Coyne / I've taken out your dog, your pet rabbit and your frog / I've opened all your mail, you realise you could go to jail / You can scream and scream and scream / But you still.
  4. Marjory Razorblade Lyrics: Coyne / Marjory Razorblade is as keen and sharp as can be / Will always settle my problems for me / She will sort out all my dusty neighbours / Cut a swatch right.
  5. Marjory Razorblade by Kevin Coyne (track 1) Marlene by Kevin Coyne (track 2) Mummy by Kevin Coyne (track 13) Nasty by Kevin Coyne (track 7) Old Soldier by Kevin Coyne (track 5) Talking to No-One by Kevin Coyne (track 3 Album Packaging: Jewel Case Status: Official Language: English Script: Latin Data Quality.
  6. Artist: Kevin Coyne Album: Marjory Razorblade Released: Style: Rock Format: MP3 Kbps Size: + Mb. CD1: 01 – Marjory Razorblade 02 – Marlene 03 – Talking to No One 04 – Eastbourne Ladies 05 – Old Soldier 06 – I Want My Crown 07 – Nasty 08 – Lonesome Valley 09 – House on the Hill 10 – Cheat Me 11 – Jackie and Edna.
  7. Kevin Coyne bridged the gap between the singer/songwriters of the late's and the punk-folk storytellers of the new-wave era, his playing style being raw and the tone of his voice being snarly, but stretched the scope of his music a bit too much on the double-album Marjory Razorblade, the length not justified either by the songwriting quality or the astuteness of the lyrics, despite the.
  8. Kevin Coyne (born 27 January in Derby, UK; died in his adopted home of Nuremberg, Germany, on 2 December ) was an English musician, singer, composer, film-maker, and a writer of lyrics, stories and poems. His uncompromising attitude towards showbiz fame and fortune always left him in a position of "outsider", a position he relished.

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