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Herbs - Nuclear Waste / French Letter Album

Herbs - Nuclear Waste / French Letter Album

  • Performer: Herbs
  • Genre: Reggae
  • Title: Nuclear Waste / French Letter
  • Released: 1985
  • Style: Reggae-Pop
  • Label: Warrior
  • Catalog: WAR 1014
  • Country: New Zealand
  • MP3 version size: 1361 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1157 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 341

Tracklist

1Nuclear Waste
2French Letter

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HAWK MX 04Herbs Nuclear Waste ‎(12", Ltd)Hawk RecordsHAWK MX 04Sweden1985
WAR 01014Herbs Nuclear Waste ‎(12", Ltd)WarriorWAR 01014New Zealand1985
HAWK 1111Herbs Nuclear Waste ‎(7")Hawk RecordsHAWK 1111Scandinavia1985

Video

Album

French Letter. Herbs - Nuclear Waste - Продолжительность: 4:26 Sunshine Sound 536 459. The Best of Al Green - Greatest Hits Full Album Stream - Продолжительность: 35:26 Al Green video for Herbs' Nuclear Waste, from 1985's 'Long Ago' album. Personnel at the time were as follows: - Willie Hona - GuitarsVocals - Dilworth Waste - Dave Dobbyn, Herbs. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Текст песни Herbs French Letter. Can you see yourself, under a coconut tree, Wanting for nothing, or maybe a cooler breeze, Where all things romantic, in the south pacific. tests, are making nuclear tests, are making nuclear tests Oh yes, no nukes hah ahhhhhhh Nuclear mis energy, nuclear, nuclear, free yo yo yo yo yo Is there nothing at all who can appease your greed, Could you please leave the air we breath Why is it something we've done You all seem to forget About nuclear fallout and the long term. Watch the video for French Letter from Herbs's Pasifika: The Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Herbs is a multi-cultural New Zealand reggae group led by singer-guitarist Dilworth Karaka, the only constant member, that, since its foundation in 1979, has featured Samoans, Tongans, Cook Islanders and Maori members. The band was the 11th inductee into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame. Although their last album of new material was released in 1990, Herbs still perform in New Zealand and Australia. The band produced a stream of reggae hits with some of the NZ's top talent. French letter'. Herbs are considered pioneers of the Pacific reggae sound. During the 1980s and early 1990s they had 10 Top 20 hits. One of these, 'Slice of heaven' with Dave Dobbyn from the Footrot Flats movie soundtrack, reached number one on both the New Zealand and Australian charts. Herbs' music was described as infectiously upbeat, and it often carried a political message. Their 1982 hit 'French letter', questioning French nuclear testing in the South Pacific, came to express the country's anti-nuclear stance. It spent 11 weeks on the charts,. French letter. Album Sensitive to a Smile. French letter Lyrics. Can you see yourself, under a coconut tree Wanting for nothing, or maybe a cooler breeze Where all things romantic, in the south pacific And the only peace is the spit on a feast, your feast yeah. Do you know what makes the ocean glow Do you know what makes the ocean glow When unwelcome guests, are making nuclear tests Are making nuclear tests, are making nuclear tests Are making nuclear tests. Oh yes, no nukes hah ahhhhhhh Nuclear mis energy, nuclear, nuclear Nuclear free yeah Nuclear free yeah Nuclear free yeah. Nuclear free yeah Nuclear free yeah Nuclear free yeah. Herbs - Nuclear Waste. Promo video for Herbs' Nuclear Waste, from 1985's 'Long Ago' album. Personnel at the time were as follows: - Willie Hona - GuitarsVocals - Dilworth Karaka -. Nuclear Waste, French Letter Single. 4 versões. Vender esta versão. Herbs-Nuclear Waste 4:26. Herbs-No Nukes 4:12. Herbs - sensitive to a smile 4:25. Herbs-Rust In Dust 3:26. Herbs - Long Ago 3:41. Herbs Whats Be Happen 4:10. Herbs-Jah Son 6:19. Can you see yourself, under a coconut tree. Wanting for nothing, or maybe a cooler breeze. Mururoa, was the site of extensive nuclear testing by France between 1966 and 1996, as well as the site of numerous protests by various vessels, including the Rainbow Warrior, later bombed and sunk in Auckland harbour by French saboteurs. Mururoa was established as a nuclear test site by France in September 1962