Suburban Lawns Self Titled Album (1981)

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Name:Suburban Lawns Self Titled Album (1981)

Total Size: 53.45 MB

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01 Suburban Lawns - Flying Saucer Safari.mp3 (Size: 53.45 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 Suburban Lawns - Flying Saucer Safari.mp3

4.05 MB

 02 Suburban Lawns - Pioneers.mp3

3.89 MB

 03 Suburban Lawns - Not Allowed.mp3

4.09 MB

 04 Suburban Lawns - Gossip.mp3

4.63 MB

 05 Suburban Lawns - Intellectual Rock.mp3

3.98 MB

 06 Suburban Lawns - Protection.mp3

3.53 MB

 07 Suburban Lawns - Anything.mp3

3.41 MB

 08 Suburban Lawns - Janitor.mp3

4.35 MB

 09 Suburban Lawns - Computer Date.mp3

1.90 MB

 10 Suburban Lawns - Mom And Dad And God.mp3

3.98 MB

 11 Suburban Lawns - Unable.mp3

2.78 MB

 12 Suburban Lawns - When In The World.mp3

5.16 MB

 13 Suburban Lawns - Green Eyes.mp3

5.57 MB

 14 Suburban Lawns - Jam The Controls.mp3

2.13 MB

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Suburban Lawns
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Suburban Lawns were an American New Wave group from the late 1970s through the early 1980s.

Originating in the Southern California Punk rock scene, the band consisted of:

* Su Tissue (Sue McLane) - vocals
* Frankie Ennui (Richard Whitney)
* Chuck Roast (Charles Rodriguez)
* Vex Billingsgate/Bill Vex (William Ranson) - bass
* John Gleur (John McBurney). Gleur left the group during the production of Baby.

Suburban Lawns released the groundbreaking single "Gidget Goes to Hell" in 1979, followed by the album Suburban Lawns in 1981 on I.R.S. Records which featured the band's second single, New Wave radio favorite "Janitor" (all produced by EJ Emmons). Jonathan Demme directed the video for "Gidget Goes To Hell," which debuted on Saturday Night Live. The band folded shortly after releasing 1983 5-song EP Baby (produced by Richard Mazda).

The lyrics of "Janitor" were derived from a real-life conversation between Su Tissue and friend Brian Smith. According to Brian, the two were conversing in a loud room when they first met.

"She asked me what I did for a living. I said "I'm a janitor" and she thought I said "Oh my genitals". Frank overheard this and wrote the song."

After Suburban Lawns folded, Frankie Ennui and Vex Billingsgate resumed work with Emmons and formed a short-lived band called The Lawns, as well as Vex's and Alfalfa. Su Tissue attended Berklee College of Music, where she studied piano.

In 1982, Su Tissue recorded solo album Salon de Musique, mixed and mastered by EJ Emmons. She also played the role of Peggy Dillman in the Jonathan Demme-directed 1986 comedy movie Something Wild opposite Melanie Griffith, Jeff Daniels and Ray Liotta.

A Suburban Lawns poster is also seen in the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, hanging on the wall in the bedroom of the character Damone.

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