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Natural Born Looser - Geordie - Featuring Brian Johnson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 13,  · Of the final two albums, ’s No Good Woman boasts five unreleased songs from the Johnson era, while ’s Brian Johnson And Geordie is a blatant cash-in released shortly after Johnson’s elevation to flat-capped superstar. Ironically, by then, the singer’s everyman image fitted perfectly with the post-punk zeitgeist.
  2. Brian Johnson From AC/DC Songs Include: "Natural Born Loser" "Mercenary Man" "Goin' Down" "Treat Her Like A Lady" "Hope You Like It" "Keep On Rocking"5/5(2).
  3. Natural Born Loser All Beacuse Of You Strange Man Electric Lady Geordie Stomp House Of The Rising Sun Black Cat Woman Rockin' With The Boys Tonite We're Alright Now Rock N Roll Fever I Cried Today You Do This To Me So What Ten Feet Tall Little Boy - Geordie Featuring Brian Johnson.
  4. The debut album from Newcastle quartet, Geordie. Featuring the unmistakable vocals of AC/DC's Brian Johnson. Often drawing comparisons to Slade and sweet, Geordie put their own twist on the British glam-rock sound. Highlights here include the foot stomping 'Geordie's /5(21).
  5. Brian Johnson and Geordie, an Album by Brian Johnson and Geordie. Released in on Movieplay (catalog no. /6; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock.
  6. Jan 29,  · This album of re-worked classics was released in , under the title: "Brian Johnson and Geordie: Keep On Rocking" (They included Brian's name .
  7. Geordie Hope You Like It UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: Side One: 1. Keep On Rockin' 2. Give You Till Monday 3. Hope You Like It 4. Don't Do That 5. All Because Of You 6. Old Time Rocker Side Two: 7. Oh Lord 8. Natural Born Loser 9. Strange Man Ain't It Just Like A.
  8. The debut album from Newcastle quartet, Geordie. Featuring the unmistakeable vocals of AC/DC’s Brian Johnson. Often drawing comparisons to Slade and Sweet, Geordie put their own twist on the British glam-rock sound. Highlights here include the foot stomping ‘Geordie.

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