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Performer: The Astronauts
Album: Typically English Day
Country: UK
Released: 2013
Style: Indie Rock, Folk Rock
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Astronauts - Typically English Day. Live at the Hope & Anchor - 19/12/18. When we needed the sleeve notes for the re-release of the 'Let The Tribe Increase' album, there was only one man we would turn to. Thank you Alistair from the bottom of my heart. We are all going to miss you xxx.

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The Astronauts were an American rock and roll band, who had a minor hit in 1963 with "Baja" and remained successful for several years, especially in Japan. the) Trashmen, the premier landlocked Midwestern surf group of the '60s. For most of their career, the band members were Rich Fifield, Jon "Storm" Patterson, Bob Demmon, Dennis Lindsey, and Jim Gallagher.

Under the stress of juggling school and touring, Corey and Chris parted ways with Astronauts. Needing a guitar player and a singer, Steven and Simon found Mike Tash and Jacob Kolbinski to play. A 2 song demo was recorded, entitled "Boneshaker". The new line up of Astronauts played many shows but the original fire was not there. Astronauts soon fizzled out and new bands were started. 1) Anarcho-punk band.

Along with Minnesota's Trashmen, the Astronauts (from Colorado) were the premier landlocked Midwestern surf group of the '60s. They recorded numerous singles and albums and achieved vast regional popularity. ead Full Biography. Surfin' with the Astro. he Astronauts. See Full Discography.

An astronaut or cosmonaut is a person who goes into outer space. The Soviet Union and countries that it was friends with used the word cosmonaut. Western countries including the United States said astronaut. Astronauts are also called "taikonauts" in China or "spationaute" in France. The first person to go into space was a Russian from the Soviet Union. His name was Yuri Gagarin. This happened on April 12, 1961.


Typically English Day
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MAD21 The Astronauts Typically English Day ‎(7") All The Madmen Records MAD21 UK 2013
MAD21 The Astronauts Typically English Day ‎(7", Single, Ltd, Num, Yel) All The Madmen Records MAD21 UK 2013

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