Category: Classic Rock

Nothing - Peter Searcy - Could You Please And Thank You (CD, Album)

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  1. Could You Please And Thank You, an album by Peter Searcy on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. Compact disc. Lyrics on insert. Description: 1 audio disc: digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Furniture --Losing light fast --Broken --Hateful --Ceiling stars --Invent --Nothing --Could you please and thank you --Movie star life --Bored --Living (last day on earth). Responsibility: Peter Searcy.
  3. Mar 04,  · Peter Searcy - Could You Please And Thank You (Time Bomb, ) As Jeff Koyen once put it, I'm pretty sure I bought this out of some fucked-up loyalty to Squirrel Bait. I suppose if I had ever heard Big Wheel (Searcy's post-Squirrel Bait band that Koyen was referring to), I would've saved myself the two bucks I spent on it.
  4. Happy Nowhere is the debut studio album by the American rock band Dog's Eye View. The album is best known for its lead single, "Everything Falls Apart", which achieved considerable airplay and chart success in and The album was released at select retail locations in October /5(1).
  5. From ear X-tacy's ceiling hung a trio of cardboard reproductions of the cover of his CD. Under them Peter Searcy and his band were ready to begin the in-store performance to celebrate the release of Could You Please And Thank You on its official street date. They had crowded their equipment into the store's lower level where tall arched windows.
  6. Mar 16,  · Searcy, who lives in Louisville, is on the road to support his new album, Could You Please and Thank You, and was in town just over a month ago on a brief promo tour.
  7. Oct 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Losing Light Fast · Peter Searcy Could You Please And Thank You ℗ The Bicycle Music Company Released on: Composer Lyricist: Peter.
  8. It turned out that the label had invested a substantial amount of money in supporting Peter Searcy 's Could You Please and Thank You, and the album had performed so poorly that the label was almost completely bankrupt. Not only could they not support Sunny Day Real Estate overseas, they could no longer fund the band at all.