- Title:Here Comes Trouble
- Style:Hardcore, Thrash
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1807 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1330 megabytes
- Size WMA version1819 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI XM ASF TTA APE MMF AA
Heavy Metal Scatterbrain. Band's List Heavy Metal Scatterbrain Here Comes Trouble. Band Name Scatterbrain. Members owning this album18. 1. Here Comes Trouble. 2. Earache My Eye. 02:46.
Scatterbrain (3). Here Comes Trouble (LP, Album). Scatterbrain (3). Here Comes Trouble (CD, Album, Club). VOZCD2044, VOZCD2044B. Here Comes Trouble (2xCD, Album).
Z-Rock Radio presents Scatterbrain. Recorded by Sound Logic on June 21, 1990. Thank you to Roger Perry. Matrix, Runout (CD1): MADE BY DISCTRONICS B VOZCD2044 #01.
Here Comes Trouble is the first album by thrash metal band Scatterbrain. It contains a cover version of Cheech and Chong's "Earache My Eye". The single "Don't Call Me Dude" makes reference to vaudeville routine "Slowly I Turned", and the intro is a parody of Dion's "Runaround Sue". The follow-up single "Down With the Ship (Slight Return)" features snippets from a number of classic rock songs, as detailed below. Here Comes Trouble" - 3:54. Earache My Eye" - 2:47
Here Comes Trouble is the first album by thrash metal band Scatterbrain. It contains a cover version of Cheech and Chong's "Earache My Eye" The follow-up single "Down With the Ship (Slight Return)" features snippets from a number of classic rock songs, as detailed below. 2 Song Snippets in Down With The Ship.
Here Comes Trouble is the tenth studio album by the English hard rock band Bad Company, it would be the last studio album with Brian Howe as lead vocalist. The album was released in September 1992. The title track received some airplay on classic rock radio, although "How About That" was the biggest single from the album, spending six weeks at the top of the Album Rock Tracks chart in the US. All songs written by Brian Howe and Terry Thomas, except where noted. Brian Howe – vocals, saxophone.
Scatterbrain Here Comes Trouble 1990, 2CD, Virgin Records. Disc 1. Earache My Eye (Cheech & Chong cover).
by Scatterbrain from the recording titled 'Here Comes Trouble' If I go here or I go there or anywhere, It follows me or meets me there - it's in the air Here comes trouble What did I do now, how did I get where I am? Well where am I? that's what I say a lot of days When I wake up and see that I ain't home. Here comes trouble - yeah trouble again Trouble is right behind me - now on that I can depend. Trouble is in the air, trouble is everywhere, here it comes - Trouble again. . I wake up dead in a strange bed Or on the street or prison floor - done it all before. I've lost control - I smashed up cars, I trashed some bars, I broke some bones, I spilled a lot of blood. Here comes trouble I've lost all sense of right and wrong, I lost my mind
|1||Here Comes Trouble||3:54|
|2||Earache My Eye||2:46|
|4||I'm With Stupid||5:06|
|5||Down With The Ship (Slight Return)||2:28|
|7||Mr. Johnson And The Juice Crew||1:54|
|8||Goodbye Freedom, Hello Mom||4:50|
|10||Don't Call Me Dude||5:14|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – In-Effect Inc.
- Copyright (c) – In-Effect Inc.
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus, Virginia
- Art Direction – David Bett
- Photography – Pat Blashill
- Producer – Paul Nieder, Scatterbrain
- Producer, Engineer – Tom Soares
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 88561-3012-2
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): 88561-3012-2 (V) MASTERED BY NIMBUS
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|88561-3012-1||Scatterbrain||Here Comes Trouble (LP, Album)||In-Effect||88561-3012-1||US||1990|
|467375 4||Scatterbrain||Here Comes Trouble (Cass, Album)||In-Effect||467375 4||Netherlands||1990|
|VOZ2044||Scatterbrain||Here Comes Trouble (LP, Album)||Virgin||VOZ2044||Australasia||1990|
|CRT 3012||Scatterbrain||Here Comes Trouble (CD, Album, Club)||In-Effect||CRT 3012||US||1990|
|VOZCD2044, VOZCD2044B||Scatterbrain||Here Comes Trouble (2xCD, Album)||Virgin, Virgin||VOZCD2044, VOZCD2044B||Australia||1990|