|1||Not Gonna Make It|
|5||No Trust Fund Blues|
|6||Don't Be Afraid|
|8||How I Feel|
|9||I Want You Back|
|11||Love Grows & Grows|
|YUM-2007||Thee Shams||Sign The Line (LP, Album)||Licorice Tree Records||YUM-2007||US||2005|
Band Name Thee Shams. Album Name Sign the Line. Erscheinungsdatum 2005. Labels Shake It Records. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Released in 2005 by Shake It Records on CD. Released in 2005 by Licorice Tree Records on LP. 1. Not Gonna Make It.
Thee Shams (pronounced The Shams) was a garage rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, consisting of Zachary Gabbard, Andrew Gabbard, Joey Sebaali, Chad Hardwick, Adam Wesley, Max Bender, and Keith Fox. They were signed to Mississippi's Fat Possum Records and also released records on Shake It Records and several other small labels. Many of Thee Sham's recordings were engineered by John Curley (of Afghan Whigs fame) at Ultrasuede Studios Thee Shams. Take Off (2001) - as "The Shams". Please Yourself (2004). Sign The Line (2005). You Got It/Your Lovin Man (2002) - 7" vinyl only.
Thee Shams (simply pronounced The Shams) bring a revival of the 1960's blues-grounded rock found in early Rolling Stones and, gulp, even Syd Barret-era Pink Floyd music. This is their second album. Sign The Line" (12 tracks, 43 mi. continues the line of their debut album, but even better.
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Thee Shams - Sign The Line (LP, Album). Licorice Tree Records. Buffalo Killers - Buffalo Killers (Album). The Upstairs Land (as Zak Gabbard) Rich Robinson - Flux (2xLP, Album). Circle Sound Records, Eagle Records, Universal.
The Sign is a 1993 album by Swedish pop group Ace of Base, released as the band's debut album in North America, Japan, and some Latin American countries by Arista Records. The Sign contains songs from Ace of Base's debut album, Happy Nation (1992) and the new songs "Don't Turn Around", "The Sign", and "Living in Danger" as well as revised versions of "Voulez-Vous Danser" and "Waiting for Magic"
Thee Shams (pronounced The Shams) was a garage rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio, consisting of Zachary Gabbard, Andrew Gabbard, Joey Sebaali, Chad Hardwick,Adam Wesley,Max Bender, and Keith Fo. Singles & EPs. Thee Shams/The Greenhornes split EP (2004) - 7" vinyl only. Out Of My Mind/Plastic Factory (2004) - 7" vinyl only. Sings Be Coming Home & More (2004) - 7" vinyl only. Many of Thee Sham's recordings were engineered by John Curley (of Afghan Whigs fame) at Ultrasuede Studios. This new direction could be heard in Thee Shams' final album, Sign the Line.