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8 thoughts on “ Did You See Her? - Pink Military - Do Animals Believe In God? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Jun 02,  · On 5/6/80, they recorded a session for the John Peel radio show. Then came the excellent album 'Do Animals Believe In God?'. And then Pink Military were no more. Jayne continued the good work with Pink Industry (next time) who released several albums. 01 - Degenerated Man () 02 - I Cry () 03 - Did You See Her? () 04 - Wild West ().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Do Animals Believe In God? on Discogs.4/5(6).
  3. We are the world's largest buyer of Pink Military rare & collectable vinyl records, albums, 7", 12" & CD singles, CDs albums & memorabilia, and it's easy to sell your Pink Military Records to us.: So call free on 08(UK only) or +44 (0) or email [email protected]argladde.xyzinfo: We can send our dedicated courier service to collect from you or you can a bring your collection to our offices.
  4. Oct 21,  · "Did You See Her", "Degenerated Man" and "Do Animals Believe In God" were my favorites, but most of this was a hit rather than a miss. The album sounds sort of magical with the way the keyboards are used in places and the post-punky drums which turn up ever so often are quite welcome as it does add a bit of an edge/5(7).
  5. Jul 11,  · The album “Do Animals Believe in God?” was issued on Eric’s on 4th June of with the last single “Did You See Her?” later that same month. Ripped from a number of different sources over the years and presented here in one mahosive MP3 @ kbps folder. Pink Military.
  6. Jayne Casey's post-Big in Japan endeavor, Pink Military, was quickly snapped up by Virgin after critical accolades showered their single "Blood and Lipstick." Nearly a year later, and sporting a new rhythm section, Pink Military released the wonderfully moody Do Animals Believe in God?. The LP would become both their debut effort and swan guicocliazariwabalkorohargladde.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  7. Released 2 singles: Blood & Lipstick (), Did You See Her (). An LP the same year 'Do Animals Believe in God'. Originally called 'Pink Military Stands Alone'.
  8. Mar 27,  · After one more single, a drastic reworking of the Peel session songs 'Did You See Her?' and 'Everyday', the band split up in Casey went on to form Pink Industry, while Dempsey joined It's Immaterial and later the Mel-o-Tones, and Joyce played with The Durutti Column and later Simply Red.

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