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There Is A Tear In My Beer

by Casino Steel

He was a former member of the legendary, London-based The Hollywood Brats, played with early punk band The Boys in the seventies, joined The Ramones (as Casino Ramone) for a few months around 1980, and later on made it big in Sweden & Norway.
Genre: Metal/Punk: New York Punk
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1. There´s a Tear In My Beer
2:42 album only
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2. I Was Barely Getting By
3:02 album only
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3. I´m So Lonesome I Could Cry
4:04 album only
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4. That´s All I Need To Hear
4:22 album only
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5. She Think I Still Care
2:53 album only
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6. Real Rain
3:44 album only
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7. Cold, Cold Heart
4:04 album only
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8. Oh Ramona
3:50 album only
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9. What a Wonderful World
3:26 album only
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10. I´m Unable To Toe The Line
2:24 album only
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11. Ballad Of The Sad Café
5:57 album only
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12. Baby, That´s Cold
4:02 album only
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13. I Wish I Could Come Home
3:04 album only
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14. Heroine
3:59 album only

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Album Notes
* He was a former member of the legendary, London-based The Hollywood Brats.
Their album ”Grown Up Wrong” is by many considered the most influential and important rock-album of the early 70´s. Without whom´etc.

* He was also a member of The Boys, by many considered The Beatles of Punk, because of their catchy songs and clever harmonies.

* He had a brief guest-appearance with The Ramones, before topping the charts in Scandinavia with his compadre Gary Holton.

He was a former member of the legendary, London-based The Hollywood Brats,
played with early punk band The Boys in the seventies, joined The Ramones (as Casino Ramone) for a few months around 1980, and later on made it big in Sweden & Norway together with the English actor and singer Gary Holton (Heavy Metal Kids).

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