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The Ex - Too Many Cowboys

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    The Ex - Too Many Cowboys
    • 01-Red & Black.mp3
    • 02-White Shirts.mp3
    • 03-Adversity.mp3
    • 04-People Again.mp3
    • 05-Knock.mp3
    • 06-Hands Up! You're Free.mp3
    • 07-Ignorance.mp3
    • 08-Butter Or Bombs.mp3
    • 09-Dumbo.mp3
    • 10-How Can One Sell The Air.mp3


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    Too Many Cowboys
    Release Date : 1987

    ℗ & © 1987 Ron Johnson Music, Ex Records.Too Many Cowboys: Recorded between 16 and 26 October 1986 at: 't Paard - The Hague, Vrije Vloer - Utrecht, Debarak - Zutphen, De Ark - Anna Paulowna) and Emma's Koeienverhuurbedrijf - Amsterdam. Mixed from 12 to 18 January 1987 at Emma's Koeienverhuur. Wie Vermoordde Hans K.?: Recorded in Vanhall on 10 January 1987 during the Gramschap poetry night.

    The Ex Biography

    Dutch band, formed in 1979 in Amsterdam. Initially an anarcho-punk band, over the years they have incorporated many different musical styles such as jazz, noise, free improvisation, and ethnic/world music while still keeping a focus on anarchism, lyrically.

    Band members: Andy Moor (2), Arnold de Boer, Terrie Hessels, Katherina Bornefeld
    Band ex-members: , Luc Ex, GW Sok, Han Buhrs, Rozemarie Heggen, Wim Ter Weele, John Van De Weert, René De Groot, Bas Masbeck, Joke Laarman, Sabien Witteman, Geurt van Gisteren, Nicolette Schuurman, Jos Kley, Luc Klaasen

    Punk Rock, jazz and noise rock band from Amsterdam, Netherlands, formed in 1979. The Ex is a singular band wich mix several music styles with different instruments, far from classic four-piece rock band. lyrical theme use to be: social issues, politics, human rights, LGTBI, anti-war, etc.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - Ex Records

    first used as code (EX xxx) for releases of The Ex on various of their one-off labels and compilations releases
    from ±1986 onwards Ex Records is also used as label
    see link discography