1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours 1. Aplikasi sistem pakar dengan php programming. At the Library Hey there lookin' at me Tell me what do you see But you quickly turn your head away Try to find the words I could use Don't have the courage to come up to you My chance is looking a bit grey Starting across the room Are you leaving soon? I just need a little time What is it that drives me mad Girls like you that I never had What is it about you that I adore? What makes me go so insane That makes me feel so much pain What is it about you that I adore? Starting across the room Are you leaving soon? I just need a little time Why did you have to leave so soon?
Green Day 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. AllMusic Rating. It helps to remember that Nirvana's breakthrough was still a year away, for one thing, and, for another, 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hour isn't a truly great album in the first place. It's not bad. Find album release information for 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours - Green Day on AllMusic.
Why did you have to walk away? Oh well it happened again She walked away with her boyfriend Maybe we'll meet again someday.
Release Year: 1991, 2004 (remastered), 2007 Label: Lookout!, Reprise/Warner (re-release in 2007), Epitaph (European re-release) Producer: Andy Ernst, Green Day 1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours is now considered by most the first official full length album released by Green Day. The album 39/Smooth was first released in 1990, and then combined with the 1,000 Hours EP and their second EP, “Slappy”, to create what came to be known as 1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. The album also contains one more track at the end called “I Want To Be Alone”, which was originally released on a compilation called “The Big One” that was put out by Flipside Records. It’s important as a guitarist to realize that at the time these recordings were created, the band didn’t care much for guitar tuners. Even when in the studio, it was common practice for Green Day to just tune to each other until it sounded good enough. Although most of the songs on 1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours are not in any standard tuning, they are pretty much all somewhere between E and Eb tuning.
Unfortunately you won’t be able to play along (and still have it sound decent) unless you take the time to tune to the music exactly. For the sake of “chording” this album, we have interpreted them as if they were intended to be tuned to E natural. Track Listing: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •.