Eternally Yours (180g Vinyl)  - Saints, The

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Saints,  The - Eternally Yours (180g Vinyl) Eternally Yours holds up as one of the finest Australian rock & roll LPs ever made.
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Available28-10-2011
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Eternally Yours is the 2nd album from legendary Brisbane punk band, The Saints. Originally released in 1978, it features a more fleshed out sound than the snotty, amped up, Stones-inspired swagger of their debut, including horn parts and a more R&B inspired vibe. Along with their debut, (I'm) Stranded (4M502), Eternally Yours holds up as one of the finest Australian rock & roll LPs ever made.

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