Category: Classic Rock

4 thoughts on “ Panic Button - The Fireballs - Complete Instrumentals & Chuck Tharp Vocals (CD) ”

  1. Instrumentals. The Fireballs. CD £ Sugar Shack/Buddy's Buddy. Pop. The Fireballs. CD £ The Best Of The Rest Of The Fireballs' Vocals. Doo Wop. The Fireballs. CD £ Torquay/Campusology. Instrumentals. The Fireballs. CD £ Sugar Shack/Buddy's Buddy (MP3) Pop. The Fireballs. MP3 £
  2. Panic Button Written-By – G. Tomsco* A4: Let There Be Love Written-By – G. Tomsco* A5: Nearly Sunrise Vocals, Guitar – Chuck Tharp* Notes Album debut for The Fireballs. Barcode and Other Identifiers The Fireballs: The Fireballs.
  3. The Fireballs moved on from the successes of "Torquay" and "Vaquero" for Top Rank and cut this gem of an album for Warwick in The leadoff single was "Rik-A-Tik," which they had already cut for Top Rank, followed by "Quite a Party," another Top 30 hit for the quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo: $
  4. The fireballs lay down a great first effort with their hit 'torgue' on here. This is great instrumental rock from the golden age of rock circa /60, their next release is ok but it's got a mexican music theme and is for completists only.4/5(1).

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Design & Developed By Themeseye