Herman Brood & His Wild Romance ‎– Street

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Ariola ‎– 262.921
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1 Street 2:45
2 Turn It On
Written-By – H. Rijnbergen*
5:22
3 Syrup
Written-By – E. Strack*, H. Sinszheimer*
3:35
4 Back In Your Love
Written-By – G. Veen*, P. Hawinkels*
3:16
5 Crocodile (The Penthouse)
Written-By – P. Hawinkels*
4:15
6 Pop It 7:54
7 Romanza Di Cavalli
Written-By – J. Akkerman*
1:23
8 Spine Pain 2:00
9 One More Dose (Lonely Pain Part 2)
Written-By – H. Sinszheimer*
4:03
10 Feels Like Love
Written-By – P. Hawinkels*
1:22

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Official release in 1977, CD reissue in 1992.
Made in Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 035622 629212
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout: EOD CDT01 BMG 262.921

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
28711 XOT Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Street(LP, Album, Gat) Bubble (2) 28711 XOT Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
28711 XOT Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Street(LP, Album) Ariola Benelux B.V., Bubble (2) 28711 XOT Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
28711 XOT Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Street(LP, Album, Gat) Ariola, Bubble (2) 28711 XOT Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version
INT 146.506 Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Street(LP, Album) Aves INT 146.506 Germany 1978 Sell This Version
28.711 XOT Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Street(LP, Album, Gat) Ariola Benelux B.V. 28.711 XOT Netherlands 1977 Sell This Version

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majordeegan

majordeegan

March 28, 2010
Herman Brood, devil spawn of Dr. John and Johnny Thunders, just the best, rest in peace. STREET was the first solo outing and in some ways the best. It's a guitar flange festival, nobody in Holland had Danny Ladermacher's chops when he was straight. It's kind of a celebration of heroin (two words you don't often hear in the same sentence) but hey, Herman walked the walk. He never broke out in the English speaking circles because his accent was so strong. His lyrical content, vocals and piano playing are just awesome. After STREET he was always uneven in the studio, but he did put out several great live albums, Spritz, Wild Romance, Cha-Cha, and Cha Cha (The Soundtrack). His back-up singers by then were his current wife Nina Hagen and her best friend Lena Lovich. We are very fortunate that the group made a movie called Cha Cha that you can find on DVD. At the end of the movie he jumps off the roof of the Hilton in Amsterdam, but he wouldn't really jump off that roof until 20 years later. By then he had established himself as a great painter sold in galleries from Soho to Rome while still performing live from time to time. A terrible loss, a missing part of the punk/blues puzzle. The Dutch appreciate him much more now then ever. Herman would sometimes play concerts naked - it just doesn't get more real than that. Street is essential.