Teenage Cool Kids - Foreign Lands download album
- Album: Foreign Lands
- FLAC: 1130 mb | MP3: 1620 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Indie Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 877
- Format: MP4 DTS AA MMF MOD MP1 AAC
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I've been to foreign lands with you. peed in front of each other, as good as blood brothers, you talk in gazing melodies. you'll let me take the blame, I'll drag your bony shame out from the closet to the street. if you can find the place beneath bower of quiet passion you're into, you'll find me facing. you. when this world decays the dimension of our soul comes the waking truth, you've only got to find one. articles of this selfish age will letter the pages of books we're going to write. trespasses all forgiven for the skin you live in is cracking, dormant.
Cool Kids is the second studio album by the glam metal band Kix. It was released in 1983 on Atlantic Records. It is the only Kix album to feature Brad Divens of Wrathchild America and Souls at Zero on guitar. Cool Kids reached position on the Billboard charts. It showcases a slightly more commercial side of the band and started the band's trend of including material written by outside songwriters, which then continued on all of their following studio albums.