Friday, April 24, 2015

Bachman-Turner Overdrive

Rob Bachman, Randy Bachman, C.F. Turner, Chad Allen - As Brave Belt - 1974
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile - 1974
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Four Wheel Drive - 1975
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Head On - 1975
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Freeways - 1977
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Japan Tour - 1977
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Street Action - 1978
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Rock N' Roll Nights - 1979
Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Live! Live! Live! - 1986
01. Rob Bachman, Randy Bachman, C.F. Turner, Chad Allen - As Brave Belt, 1974 Vinyl LP Album Repress
     Reprise Records - MS 2210
02. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile, 1974 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-1004
03. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Four Wheel Drive, 1975 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-1027
04. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Head On, 1975 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM 1-1067 (C)
05. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Freeways, 1977 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-3700
06. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Japan Tour, 1977 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-3703
07. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Street Action, 1978 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-3713
08. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Rock N' Roll Nights, 1979 Vinyl LP Album
     Mercury - SRM-1-3748
09. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Live! Live! Live!, 1986 Vinyl LP Album
     Curb Records - MCA 5760
A Chilean death metal post was planned, but then I read this and figured it was necessary to sodomize the Canadian music industry right away, at the Church's humble level. All this singing meat. Fuck you all, sincerely. Choke on your Martini's olives.
That being said, I am still a fan of BTO's early material (never heard anything past these records). Not Fragile was in my top 5 when I was a young boy with no pubic hair. It really has amazing songs. Rock'n'Roll Nights too. The rest has its moments, but also a lot of cheese. The nostalgia keeps pumping!
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!ZER Bachman-Turner Overdrive ZER!

Does anyone knows about a reliable free or paying VPN? With all this 1984 level crazy shit that is giving an olympic hard-on to the corpse of Leonid Brejnev, it is urgent to make the Stasi's work more difficult.
I am about to test vpnbook and PIA (edit: vpnbook NOT recommended at all, avoid - PIA seems great, allows to be paid for with an anonymous credit card - go to your nearest bank, buy (with cash!) a gift credit card and use it to pay for your PIA plan).
VPN reviews here.
Of course, TOR remains the browser of choice, at least when dealing with copyrighted material.
Meanwhile, please vomit on the nearest politician.


  1. Chilean Death Metal or BTO? Both are cool with me. I'm sure you'll catch a few whiney comments over this, like the Van Halen post. Keep 'em coming Zer.... Cheers

  2. Harper's too busy taking care of Israel's business to care about yours.

  3. I've used PIA for a few years. Goods prices and you can change nodes at will. It has never affected my internet speeds.




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