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Neon Blonde - Headlines FLAC
  • Performer Neon Blonde
  • Title Headlines
  • Date of release 12 Jul 2005
  • Country US
  • Style Abstract, Experimental
  • Label Dim Mak Records
  • Catalog number DM 084
  • Other formats CD, Maxi-Single
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2274 mb
  • Size FLAC 2831 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 855


1Savannah Nights
2Barbados Nights
4Headlines (Remix)
Remix – Jay Clark


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DM84Neon Blonde Headlines ‎(12")Dim Mak RecordsDM84US2005


  • EngineerJoel Brown, Mark Gajadhar


  • Barcode: 827091008421



They were based in Kirkland, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. The two expanded beyond The Blood Brothers' sound by utilizing a more electronic-based sound, which included electroclash and dance-punk. Neon Blonde's music drew from many genres including post-hardcore, and experimental rock influenced by their band The Blood Brothers and Velvet Underground's art rock, who have also teamed up with Blood. Album 2005 4 Songs. Headlines - EP Neon Blonde. the video for Headlines from Neon Blonde's Chandeliers in the Savannah for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar . Neon Blonde. Released 2005. Headlines Tracklist. Headlines Lyrics. Headlines Jay Clark remix Lyrics. About Headlines. Headlines Q&A. More Neon Blonde albums. Chandeliers in the Savannah. Neon Blonde is the alter ego of Blood Brothers vocalist Johnny Whitney and drummer Mark Gajadhar. Unlike the often frantic and frenzied songs of the duo's other band, Neon Blonde is a much more eclectic, dancing, and melodious venture, which touches on the art-rock tunes of Brian Eno and early David Bowie. Contains the first single from the Seattle band's upcoming Dim Mak album, Chandeliers In The Savanna, slated for a September 2005 release. For fans of The Blood Brothers, David Bowie, Prince, Freddie Mercury, Brian Eno. Track Listings. Disc: 1. This song is by Neon Blonde and appears on the album Chandeliers In The Savannah 2005. Another girl has turned up dead,Another teenage know the cops they couldn't give a shitBut the nightly news is all over itShe was just 16 never been out of Michigan. They say he tied her to his bedAnd lit the trailer park on fire. They found her body charred and wrecked in the ashes,Says the on the ground reporter with Gucci sunglassesAnd his hair sprayed perfect, his microphone so serious. is a studio album by John Zorn and Thurston Moore