Sweet Ammonia - Meat Puppets - No Joke! (CD, Album)

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  1. - No Joke by Meat Puppets () Audio CD - mounwadisctetheapapithepefofodul.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search.
  2. Lyrics to Sweet Ammonia by Meat Puppets from the No Joke! album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! The Meat Puppets are an American rock band formed in January , in Phoenix, Arizona. swallows a grin There's a seed on the wind There's a rose in the seed On the petals of the rose Is the smell of sweet.
  3. No Joke! is the ninth studio album by the Meat Puppets. The album was released on October 3, , by London Records. It was the follow-up to the band's album Too High to Die and was the last Meat Puppets album with bassist Cris Kirkwood (until his reunion on 's Rise to Your Knees) and drummer Derrick Bostrom (until 's Dusty Notes).
  4. Meat Puppets Lyrics "Sweet Ammonia" Thieves have brought us invisible make-up Is the smell of sweet ammonia Frozen cherubs alight in a glowing tree Copper locust, invisible string Fried robots are blowing sweet melodies Silver frogs in lava stream sing I am the light beam I am the rock album: "No Joke!" () Scum. Nothing. Head. Taste.
  5. The album is on found on Youtube. NO THIS IS NOT Hsien-Ko XD Best songs: Taste of the Sun, Poison Arrow, For Free, Sweet Ammonia. Artwork belongs to me. Original No Joke art belongs to Meat Puppets. Image size. xpx KB. Show More. See More by PoochyPaws. You Might Like.
  6. May 06,  · No Joke!, an Album by Meat Puppets. Released 3 October on London (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock/5(9).
  7. Sweet Ammonia Lyrics: Thieves have brought us invisible make-up / The fires are growing hypnotically thin / Fish are leading us out of the water / Spineless majesty swallows a grin / There's a seed on.
  8. Too High to Die was a surprise success in , so it's not a big surprise that The Meat Puppets didn't mess with the formula for their follow-up, No Joke! Not that the band's essential sound has changed all that much over the years -- it's still a warped, sun-fried amalgam of .

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