Category: Classic Rock

Sweet F.A.


  1. Sweet F.A. was another typical, yet effective, sleaze band to come from the late 80's scene. The band only released two albums, similar in style to the BulletBoys, before disappearing. Steven David DeLong (vocals), Jim Quick (Quiggins) (bass) and Tricky Lane (drums) formed the band in Indiana with the guitar duo of James Lee Thorpe and Jon.
  2. For the Love and Rockets album, see Sweet F.A. (album). Fanny Adams (30 April – 24 August ) was an English girl who was murdered by solicitor's clerk Frederick Baker in Alton, Hampshire, on 24 August The murder itself was extraordinarily brutal and caused a .
  3. 'Use Me' and 'Sweet Lover Hangover' are classic Love and Rockets, starting quietly and then erupting into Daniel Ash's signature snarling guitar half way through. Both tracks could've been and should've been hits at the time Sweet FA was released in /5(9).
  4. Find Sweet F.A. discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  5. May 13,  · Sweet FA is the 4th song of its namesake E.P. Sweet FA. According to the band, “FA” stands for “Fuck-All.”.
  6. Well, right in the middle of these two techno disasters is 's little gem, "Sweet F.A." When I first heard this album, I dismissed it largely as either session outtakes from "Earth,Sun,Moon" and/or the self-titled "Love and Rockets," or rehashed versions of songs that didn't make the final cut/5(12).
  7. Sweet F.A. formed in Indianapolis, Indiana. in and signed their record deal with MCA Records i.
  8. Sweet (referred to as The Sweet before ) are a popular 70s-era British rock band. Although largely known for their glam rock image and hit singles that dominated the charts, Sweet also released several acclaimed hard rock albums. The classic line-up consisted of Brian Connolly (vocals), Steve Priest (bass), and Andy Scott (guitar) and Mick Tucker (drums).

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