- Performer:The Huntingtons
- Title:Get Lost
- Style:Punk/New Wave
- Date of release:July 27, 1999
- Recording date:January, 1999
- Recording location:Clay Creek Recording Studio
- Size FLAC version1397 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1970 megabytes
- Size WMA version1379 megabytes
- Formats:DMF RA MMF AAC MPC VQF
Features Song Lyrics for Huntingtons's Get Lost album. Huntingtons - Get Lost Album Lyrics. Huntingtons Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Huntingtons Lyrics.
Get Lost Songs: Annie's Anorexic Lyrics Guilty Lyrics Hooray For You Lyrics I Don't Wanna Save The World Lyrics I Don't Want It To End This Way Lyrics I'm Not Going Downtown Lyrics Joanie's Got Problems Lyrics No Pool Party Tonite Lyrics Poster Kids Lyrics Samantha Doesn't Want Me Lyrics Shut Up Lyrics Somebody's Trying To.
The Huntingtons are a punk band from Baltimore, Maryland which formed in 1993-1994 in the Maryland/Delaware area by Cliff Powell (aka Cliffy Huntington), Mike Holt (aka Mikey Huntington) and Mike Pierce (aka Mikee Huntington). The band is heavily influenced by The Ramones.
Band The Huntingtons Year 1999 Type of recording : Album Label : Tracklist: No Pool Party Tonight. I'm Not Going Downtown. Hooray For You. Shut Up. Joanie's Got Problems. What Would Joey Do. I Don't Wanna Save The World. Samantha Doesn't Want Me. Guilty. Somebody's Trying To Kill Me. I Don't Want It To End This Way.
More info on Get Lost (Huntingtons album). Additional Musicians. Get Lost is an album by the Huntingtons released in 1999 on Tooth & Nail Records. 3 Additional Musicians.
Infobox Album Name Get Lost Type Studio Artist The Huntingtons. The Huntingtons - were a punk band from Baltimore, Maryland which formed in in the Maryland/Delaware area by Cliff Powell (aka Cliffy Huntington), Mike Holt (aka Mikey Huntington) and Mike Pierce (aka Mikee Huntington).
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Redirected from Sweet Sixteen (The Huntingtons album)). The Huntingtons are a punk band from Baltimore, Maryland which formed in 1993–1994 in the Maryland and Delaware area by Cliff Powell (. Cliffy Huntington), Mike Holt (. Mikey Huntington) and Mike Pierce (. The Huntingtons debut album Sweet Sixteen was released in 1996 by Flying Tart Records.
Let's Get Lost is a 2001 studio album by Grammy winning jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard, recorded with four well-known female vocalists: Diana Krall, Jane Monheit, Dianne Reeves, and Cassandra Wilson. The instrumental track "Lost in a Fog" was nominated for a Grammy in 2001 for "Best Jazz Instrumental Solo," which showcases what Blanchard is admired for the most-his ability to meld together lush, emotionally evocative melodies.
Two song titles from the Huntingtons first album for Fast Music, Self-Titled Album serve as reference points for the sounds found within: "3 Chord Baby" and "The Sound (Of Inevitability"). Simple punk-pop rules the day, every day, all day. The band is stuck in a rut of mildly melodic short/fast tunes influenced by the Ramones.
CreditsBrandon Ebel - Executive Producer
Holt - Producer
The Huntingtons - Composer, Primary Artist
Tim Owen - Photography
Powell - Producer
Nick Rotundo - Engineer, Mixing
|1||No Pool Party Tonight||The Huntingtons||3:03|
|2||I'm Not Going Downtown||The Huntingtons||1:32|
|3||Hooray for You||The Huntingtons||3:14|
|4||Shut Up||The Huntingtons||2:01|
|5||Joanie's Got Problems||The Huntingtons||3:23|
|6||Poster Kids||The Huntingtons||3:13|
|7||What Would Joey Do?||The Huntingtons||2:23|
|8||I Don't Wanna Save the World The Huntingtons||The Huntingtons||0:59|
|9||Samantha Doesn't Want Me||The Huntingtons||2:58|
|11||Annie's Anorexic||The Huntingtons||3:36|
|12||Somebody's Trying To Kill Me||The Huntingtons||4:03|
|13||I Don't Want It To End This Way||The Huntingtons||3:40|