The Nomads (2) ‎– Temptation Pays Double

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Amigo ‎– AMMP 304
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Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Mini-Album
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A1 Rat Fink A Boo-Boo
Written-By – The Nomads (2)
1:34
A2 Real Gone Lover
Written-By – The Nomads (2)
2:22
A3 Where The Wolf Bane Blooms
Written-By – The Nomads (2)
2:16
A4 Stranger Blues
Slide Guitar – Joakim "Ramblin' Mississippi" Tärnström*Written-By – Robinson*, James*
3:28
B1 Bangkok
Written-By – Chilton*
2:39
B2 I'm Not Like Everybody Else
Backing Vocals – Tony CarlssonWritten-By – Davies*
3:32
B3 Don't Tread On Me
Backing Vocals – Mats "Pyromaniac" Jernström*Lead Guitar – Nick VahlbergWritten-By – Massengill*
3:22

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Recorded at Mistlur Studio, Stockholm, September 1984. Still Another Swingin' Zombie Production.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AMMP-304-A T.A. 84 PD-CR
  • Matrix / Runout: AMMP-304-B T.A. 84 PD-CR
  • Rights Society: n©b

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CL 0020 The Nomads (2) Temptation Pays Double(LP, MiniAlbum) Closer Records CL 0020 France 1984 Sell This Version
17002 The Nomads (2) Temptation Pays Double(LP, MiniAlbum) Torso 17002 Netherlands 1984 Sell This Version

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Brantly

Brantly

June 11, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
An early Nomads MLP that certainly portends the bands better work to come, not to say this MLP is bad by any means, but it's not as strong as some of their subsequent singles and LP's. Still, the Cramps meets Nuggets meets MC5 meets punk rock sound is fully intact and the sitting-next-to-you-on-a-barstool confessional vocal style really works here. That all said, there are no shitty tunes (The Nomads don't really write crap), but this MLP is well worth owning because it does have one of the band's best songs, 'I'm Not Like Everybody Else,' (also on the 'Outburst' compilation) and 'Don't Tread on Me,' is a toe-tappin', beer-swillin', garage rock anthem that the Hives would have been proud to speed up twice as fast and call their own. A solid little MLP from a classic garage band!