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  1. Tekree

    I wish the production was better on this, but I guess that's part of the garage band appeal. Great stuff from the Motor City Five. Too bad they had to throw in the 8 minute "Starship." The Guess Who Canned Wheat () Somehow The Guess Who were already on their 5th album .
  2. Taukasa

    Jun 20,  · Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates, Volume Two Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Norton Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., ASCAP, and 4 Music Rights Societies.
  3. Moogusho

    26) Augury-Fragmentary Evidence: One of 's big surprises. Great technical extreme metal. 27) Steve Morse Band-Outstanding in Their Field: The best guitarist on the planet and his trio wow us again. 28) Cross-The Thrill of Nothingness: The long awaited album from Swedish prog band is a real winner.
  4. Mir

    Wasting Light is the seventh studio album by American rock band Foo surpeipermedislivelasaltingdimpfah.coinfo was released on April 12, on Roswell and RCA Records, and is the first album to feature rhythm guitarist Pat Smear since The Colour and the Shape () as an official member, as he's appeared on their previous album Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace () as an additional member.
  5. Mezilabar

    A Hero's Death. A second album is released on 31 July , titled A Hero's Death. The band released the title track on 5 May ; the music video features Aidan Gillen. Chatten described the single as "a list of rules for the self". Band members.
  6. Mimuro

    The Cult are a British rock band formed in Before settling on their current name in January , the band performed under the name Death Cult, which was an evolution of the name of lead singer Ian Astbury's previous band Southern Death surpeipermedislivelasaltingdimpfah.coinfo gained a dedicated following in the United Kingdom in the mids as a post-punk/gothic rock band, with singles such as .
  7. Tojataxe

    Jimmer God Like The Sun by JIMMER, released 20 January 1. Your Heaven Or Mine? 2. Like Money Spent 3. Half A Dad 4. Grandma's Song 5. Rollercoaster USA 6. The Ballad of Addie Polk 7. You Can Count On Me (feat. Syd Straw) 8. (I'm In Love With) A Girl We All Know 9. Shoot The Moon God Like The Sun PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL SHIPMENTS OUTSIDE THE US .
  8. Yozshuk

    AMBUSH - Rumours (CD, Possible/Invisible, Drum and bass) Extremely sparse drum and bass music. This was originally released on Mick Harris' Positive Records in Great Britain, and the fine folks at Invisible are making it available for folks in the U.S. This is a bit different than most drum and bass releases I've heard, mainly because of what's.
  9. Gojar

    This album shows Paul Weller at his finest as a songwriter and the Jam as a tight powerful rock band. Weller's lyrics are insightful and biting, yet he retains pride in and affection for the downtrodden and the marginalised. The songs are even more relevant in this modern world of war on terror and economic rationalism/5().

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