Im Not Satisfied - Fine Young Cannibals - The Raw & The Cooked (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Buy The Raw & the Cooked by Fine Young Cannibals online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available on Cassette, CD - starting at $ Shop now.
  2. The Raw & the Cooked is the second and final studio album by British rock band Fine Young Cannibals, released in The title of the album was lifted from the book of the same name ("Le Cru et le Cuit" in French) by French anthropologist Claude Lécamtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co songs from the album first appeared in film soundtracks in the mids, three of which were soul tracks from the Tin Men film.
  3. The Raw & the Cooked, an Album by Fine Young Cannibals. Released in on London (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock.
  4. Feb 20,  · (HQ digital stereo remaster) Finally - a high quality, title-and-logo-free copy of this rare FYC clip, the only video of theirs which has never been included.
  5. Jun 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Fine Young Cannibals - I'm Not Satisfied (audio only) YouTube Brenda K Starr - Straight From The Heart - Duration: Shteve67 7, views.
  6. This album first came into my ears during , its year of issue. When I first heard it, I was fascinated by what kind of man could be singing, not to mention the unique mix of sounds. Even among British synth pop bands, Fine Young Cannibals were unique/5().
  7. Mar 26,  · 'Fine Young Cannibals' is a masterpiece, 'The Raw & The Cooked' reeks of camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co said, and I'll go to my grave with this view, this album contains their catchiest song: Don't Look Back. Just wish I had heard this second album first/5(K).
  8. The Fine Young Cannibals stand as a peculiar band in 80's music history. Often considered a group whose career was cut short too soon by executive meddling, their combination of 60's soul and 80's new wave made them stand out to the music press, in an age where the typical sound of popular music could best be described as throwing the spaghetti of the Yamaha DX7 on the wall and seeing what sticks.

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