The Screaming Meemees - "F" Is For Fear album FLAC
The Screaming Meemees were a New Zealand post-punk-new wave band formed in the early 1980s. The band formed in Auckland in 1979, while at school at Rosmini College on Auckland's North Shore, composed of vocalist Tony Drumm, guitarist Michael O'Neill, keyboard and bass player Peter van der Fluit and drummer "Laurence "Yoh" Landwer-Johan. The band was propelled into the limelight, in part, by the inclusion of their single All Dressed Up in the compilation album Class of 81 produced by Simon Grigg’s Propeller Records
Only a few months earlier The Screaming Meemees had taken the 1983 Sweetwaters festival by storm. Their blinder of a set spotlit them as a band on the brink of greatness. They sounded completely different to the band that had recorded ‘See Me Go’, which was barely a year old.
Screaming meemies definition is - nervous hysteria : jitters. First Known Use of screaming meemies. 1942, in the meaning defined above. History and Etymology for screaming meemies. Keep scrolling for more. Learn More about screaming meemies. Resources for screaming meemies. Time Traveler! Explore the year a word first appeared.
|"F" Is For Fear|
|REV 18, K 8792||The Screaming Meemees||"F" Is For Fear (7", Single)||Propeller, Propeller||REV 18, K 8792||New Zealand||1982|
|K-8789||The Screaming Meemees||"F" Is For Fear (7", Single)||Propeller||K-8789||Australia||1982|