|1||You Taste Like The Tropics||1:32|
|3||Too Many Creeps||4:02|
|99-02||Bush Tetras||Too Many Creeps (7", Sil)||99 Records||99-02||US||1980|
|none||Bush Tetras||Too Many Creeps (7", W/Lbl)||99 Records||none||US||1980|
|99-02||Bush Tetras||Too Many Creeps (7", Yel)||99 Records||99-02||US||1980|
This version has purple labels with silver text. See here another version with silver/grey labels: Bush Tetras - Too Many Creeps.
B2 is called "(You Taste Like) The Tropics" on the label.
℗ & © 1980 Bush Tetrasongs (ASCAP)
Printed in U.S.A.
Too Many Creeps. Bush Tetras. BUSH TETRAS rituals 1981 - Продолжительность: 3: amazing post-punk band from Manhattan, who played the clubs in the early 1980s. Guitarist Pat Place had helped start the No Wave band The Contortions the video for Too Many Creeps from Bush Tetras's Boom in the Night for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Bush Tetras are a rock band from New York City. Forming in 1979, they were very popular in the New York club scene in the early 1980s, but never had much mainstream success. Their music read more. Their music combined dance rhythms and dissonant rock-gui read more. Released 1980. Too Many Creeps Tracklist. Too Many Creeps Lyrics. Snakes Crawl Lyrics. About Too Many Creeps. Too Many Creeps Q&A. More Bush Tetras albums. Very Very Happy. Bush Tetras: Are an American post-punk band from New York City, formed in 1979. They are best known for the 1980 song Too Many Creeps, which exemplified the band's sound of jagged rhythms, slicing guitars, and sniping vocals. Although they did not achieve mainstream success, the Bush Tetras were influential and popular in the Manhattan club scene and college radio in the early 1980s. New York's post-punk revival of the 2000s was accompanied by a resurgence of interest in the genre, with the Tetras' influence heard in many of that scene's bands. Album 1980 2 Songs. Too Many Creeps 7 - Single Bush Tetras. Too Many Creeps EP. New York's post-punk revival of the 2000s was accompanied by a resurgence of interest in the genre, with the Tetras. Bush Tetras, New York, New York. BTs: Pat Place, Val Opielski, Dee Pop, Cynthia Sley New EP Take The Fall On. New York's Bush Tetras had a no wave link, via guitarist Pat Place's association with James Chance, but the band's sound was neither frantic nor disjointed enough to be properly categorized with those bands. They played scrappy post-punk, with fellow. read more. top albums. similar to. bushtetras Albums