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8 thoughts on “ St. Leroy - Robert Pollard - Superman Was A Rocker (CD, Album)

  1. Robert Pollard stitched together Superman Was a Rocker by adding new vocal and melodic bits to a number of instrumental recordings he made with various musicians between and , including former GBV members such as Tobin Sprout, Doug Gillard, Mitch Mitchell, and Nate Farley.5/
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  3. Superman Was A Rocker is the 9th studio album from singer-songwriter Robert Pollard. It was released on January 29, Superman Was a Rocker marks the first LP released by Pollard's Happy Jack Rock Records label. It differs from Pollard's past solo albums in that it is very lo-fi in comparison to his more polished membvasubarcdownde.nukiteckeybirotingwebpmicorcujap.infoinfo: Rock, Indie rock.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Superman Was A Rocker on Discogs. Label: Happy Jack Rock Records - HJRR15 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock/5(3).
  5. Album. Superman Was A Rocker Robert Pollard. St. Leroy Lyrics. Peacock Lyrics. More Hot Dogs Please Lyrics. About “Superman Was A Rocker” “Superman Was A Rocker” Q&A.
  6. Pollard's psych-pop fared slightly better on We've Moved (Happy Jack Rock Records, ), credited to Psycho And The Birds, while Superman Was A Rocker (Needmore Songs, ), credited to Robert Pollard, was yet another copy of the bad record that he kept recording over and over again.
  7. Jim Pollard. I took the brackets away from Jim Pollard's name, as it leads to an article about someone else. Ironically enough, the page links to Jim Pollard the NBA player and coach, and Jimmy Pollard, Bob's brother, was a stand-out high school ad college basketball player. But they're different guys.

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