℗ 1982 Boardwalk Records
Duration 37m 20s
Record Label Boardwalk Records
Catalogue No. 43NB4344BO
Release Date April 6, 1982
Genre Rock
 

The Innocents

The Innocents

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1.1
Stop Shooting up Stars
The Innocents
2:58
1.2
Directly from the Heart
The Innocents
3:50
1.3
Hold My Hand
The Innocents
2:53
1.4
Wild at Fifteen
The Innocents
4:15
1.5
Twisted Kiss
The Innocents
4:29
1.6
Sob Story
The Innocents
4:37
1.7
Without Time
The Innocents
3:45
1.8
Comes the Night
The Innocents
4:09
1.9
Backseat of My Car
The Innocents
2:19
1.10
You Gotta Cry
The Innocents
4:05
Duration    37m 20s
"Perhaps the greatest power-pop band in the whole world since the demise of the Raspberries." - Glenn A. Baker (Rock Historian) New Wave/Power-pop group The Innocents released their 1982 self-titled album via Boardwalk Records. Featuring singer-songwriters David Minchin, Charles Touber, Greg Cracknell, and drummer Brent "Beep" Jeffrey, The Innocents—originally called Beathoven—are one of only three Tasmanian bands to ever have Australian chart success.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Boardwalk Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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