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8 thoughts on “ Breaking All The Rules - Girlschool - Play Dirty / Screaming Blue Murder (CD, Album)

  1. Screaming Blue Murder Lyrics: Action screams like screaming blue murder / Action screams when there's something to say / Action screams when there's no words to tell it / Action screams when you.
  2. But, as if by instinct, they soon slip into the old familiar rockers like "Play Dirty" and "Breakout". With Jimmy Lea and Noddy Holder behind the production desk it's hardly surprising the band's sound sometimes slips into 70s stompers ("Breaking All The Rules" - "Rock Me Shock Me"). Play Dirty is Girlschool growing older suitably disgracefully.
  3. Third album from the queens of New Wave of British Heavy Metal. There was a lineup change when bassist Enid Williams was replaced by The Killjoy’s Ghislaine 'Gil' Weston. The album features one of the Girlschool's heaviest tracks to date, the title "Screaming Blue Murder". The song boasts a raging chorus and vicious guitar riffs.
  4. From: hair metal again Date: January 15, at first comment?disapointing by the crowd as this one is a great hard rock release and GIRLSCHOOL a great hard rock band!as always this has plain,straight hard rockin tunes with a dirty sound but always melodic and powerful!all the songs are cool and the girls manage to sound fresh once again!"going under","play dirty","surrender" are.
  5. Breaking All the Rules: Tush (new version) It Turns Your Head Around Screaming Blue Murder. The Very Best of Rock Welcome to Hell. Metal Killers Kollection Metal Gods, Volume 2. The Hard Rock Collection. Loud and Proud. St Valentine's Day Massacre. % Ladies of Rock. Screaming Blue Murder / Play Dirty. Running Wild.
  6. The Collection is a double CD compilation album of the all-female British heavy metal band mangwoodjeteadosenpiconsohademo.xyzinfo album was released in by Renaissance Records, under licence from Castle Communications, and reissued in by Sanctuary Records, of which Castle had become a subsidiary. Castle was the owner of Girlschool back catalogue, acquired from Bronze and GWR.
  7. Breaking all the Rules Play Dirty Burning in the Heat Rock me Shock me Surrender Breakout (Knob in the Media) Re-released on CD in and again on February 18th, by Sanctuary Records with the following bonus tracks: Rock N Roll Don't Call It Love (New Version) Tush (New Version) Like It Like That.

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