8 thoughts on “ Cafe Interlude - Divinyls - Divinyls (Cassette, Album)

  1. In , Australia's Divinyls generated some controversy in the U.S. when lead singer Chrissie Amphlett sang about female masturbation on "I Touch Myself." Far from explicit, the PG-rated hit shouldn't have come as such a shock to American ears. At any rate, this self-titled CD offers exactly what one generally expects from the Divinyls: rockin' intensity combined with new wave-ish quirks and Missing: Cafe Interlude.
  2. View The Divinyls song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. We have 7 albums and 71 song lyrics in our fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.xyzinfog: Cafe Interlude.
  3. Jun 10,  · Cafe Interlude by Divinyls - Topic. Bullet by Divinyls - Topic. I'm On Your Side Divinyls Divinyls; 11 videos; 3, views; Updated 2 days ago; Play all Share. Loading.
  4. riferendosi a Divinyls, CD, Album, Dig, CDVUS30LE, CDVUS30 This limited edition is enclosed in 2 actual pieces of LP vinyl that have been cut to shape. The vinyl used was not a Divinyls record, but had LP labels stuck over the top to make it look that way.
  5. Listen to your favourite songs from Divinyls by Divinyls now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Divinyls Divinyls Rock ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Make Out Alright Cafe Interlude 10 Bullet 11 I'm On Your Side 11 Songs, 47 Minutes.
  7. Divinyls (stylised as diVINYLS) is the fourth studio album by Australian band Divinyls, released on 29 January by Virgin fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.xyzinfo album was the band's most successful, peaking at number 5 in Australia and number 15 on the US Billboard It also contains the band's biggest-selling single, "I Touch Myself", which reached number one in Australia, number 4 in the US and number 10 in the UK.
  8. This album has what, for most people, the Divinyls' iconic song "I touch Myself". While it is their best known piece, I still prefer the music from "Desperate". Don't get me wrong, this album stands on its own. It does have good music, but it tilts more toward the pop end of the spectrum, while "Desperate" was more in line with the Punk/harder /5(53).

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