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  1. Kazilrajas Reply

    Sep 16,  · @ I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. If you like this album please buy it for the full experience. Line-up / Musicians Peter Newland.

  2. Muzshura Reply

    Fat Hed is clearly not for everyone, but there are some people who might really dig a ride on his "Night Train to Babble On." Since this one will probably be in cutout bins sooner rather than later, you must just want to take a risk on it, even if only for laughs.

  3. Shazahn Reply

    Get all the lyrics to songs by Fat Night and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.

  4. Zologul Reply

    Night Train To Babble On by Fat Hed, released 04 August 1. What Do We Need Today? 2. L.A. Mike! Live!nibislicamotucnamesynchtafochea.coinfo the blackyard! (skit) 3. Human Beam Earth Team 4. Need Some More 5. Night Train 6. Cosmic Beam 7. People (skit) (Nocturnal Ron) 8. Speakin' Out 9. Do What I Got To Do Originally Released on Dope Discs in Re-released by the Fat Hed in

  5. Faegar Reply

    Fat's S/T debut studio album from is a mix of bluesy hard rock and some psychedelic elements. The guitarwork is quite strong and that's the best thing this record has to offer. I find the songwriting to be pretty mediocre and especially the B-side of this album sounds kinda boring.

  6. Kazinos Reply

    Unfortunately there are no concert dates for Fat Night scheduled in Songkick is the first to know of new tour announcements and concert information, so if your favorite artists are not currently on tour, join Songkick to track Fat Night and get concert alerts when they play near you, like other Fat Night .

  7. Duzahn Reply

    Nov 01,  · Night Train To Babble On Fat Hed With a cartoon-like voice that sounds like a character out of a Fat Albert line-up, Fat Hed continues his satirical delivery on this second release.

  8. Vinris Reply

    Soundtrack to the Ron Howard classic Night Shift! This is an awesome soundtrack to an awesome movie. Re-live the adventures of Chuck, Bill and the girls at the Morgue. Ten amaxing tracks of 80's music. 1. Quarterflash - Night Shift 2. Burt Bacharach - Street Talk 3. Al Jarreau - Girls Know How 4. Pointer Sisters - The Love Too Good To Last /5(12).

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