Guns is the self-titled debut studio album by American hard rock band . The album is the only . Guns release to feature drummer Nickey "Beat" Alexander, who was replaced by Steve Riley before it was released. One More Reason", "Sex Action" and "Electric Gypsy" were released as the three singles from the album.
The Guns are a Welsh four-piece rock and powerpop band from Abertillery, Wales. The current line-up consists of Alex Wiltshire (vocals and guitar), Adam Turner (lead guitar), Tom Coburn (bass guitar) and Chris 'Stix' Davies (drums). The band have stated that they would like to remain independent and have turned down numerous record deals as a result of that. As of 2012, The Guns have released two EPs, and two albums.
More albums from Guns. WAYN (Where Are You Now).
Album Name Ban the Guns. Erscheinungsdatum 2002. Musik GenreHeavy Metal. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 2. The Gun. 3. Me and Miss Grace. 4. Vote for Me. 5. As Long As I Remember. 8. Here We Go. 9. Another Day. 10. Les Sucettes. 11. Is There Another Life. 12. Shake the Ground.
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Guns is the debut album of the band . This album was released in 1988. Following the success of the second album, Cocked & Loaded, this album reached gold status in the U. .
guns album covers, . The album includes several remakes, including "Hollywood Tease" previously done by singer Phil Lewis's old band Girl, and "Shoot for Thrills" previously done by bass guitarist Kelly Nickels's old band Sweet Pain. Torme, which was one of Lewis's pre-LA Guns bands, had previously recorded a song titled "Sex Action", but they are two different songs with the same title The LA Guns song of this name was featured on the NBC show Parks and Recreation in the episode "Tom's Divorce".
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