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    Tuzahn

    6 years ago

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    Everywhere I Look There's A Devil Waiting by This Silly Thing, released 02 October 1. That Boy Of Mine 2. Calypso 3. Bottom Line 4. Last Night 5. If You Dare 6. Heart Of Stone.
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    Vogar

    6 years ago

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    Dave Davies live and on fire at New York’s Bottom Line in , playing Kinks classics and more. Double (red and silver) vinyl package includes never-before-seen photos from the live show. DISC ONE: SIDE A 1. “I Need You (Live)” 2. “She's Got Everything (Live)” 3. “Beautiful Delilah (Live)” 4. “Creeping Jean (Live)” 5.
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    Guzil

    6 years ago

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    THIS review is about the $ (or more) " gram vinyl audiophile pressing" that was released on the 25th Anniversary of the album's release. Bottom line: GREAT packaging, twin discs are a GREAT idea, but there is ENTIRELY too much noise for a brand new record. Holy click, crackle and POP, Batman/5().
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    Vudotaxe

    6 years ago

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    The bottom line? One of, if not the worst Frank Zappa albums of all time. This is a truly horrific piece of music that combines free form jazz with rap and heavy metal riffs, love songs and dirty bedroom humor. There is only about 5 or 6 minutes of actual enjoyable music on the entire album. Make this your last Zappa purchase, if you have the guts/5.
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    Gadal

    6 years ago

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    Jan 17,  · Positioning itself as a midrange product, Paul Rigby exhaustively reviews the Kirmuss KA-RC-1 ultrasonic vinyl record cleaner. This is Part Two of a two part review. To repeat, this is the second of a two part review on the Kirmuss KA-RC-1 ultrasonic vinyl record cleaner. If you have yet to read the first part then I would strongly advise you to do that now by .
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    Mejin

    6 years ago

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    Never The Same Way Once:May 2 (Vinyl LP) Released in $ List Price: $ Add to Cart. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! Look Down That Lonesome Road - (with Doc Watson) $ on iTunes Doodle Bug - (with Doc Watson) The Bottom Line Archive (2-CD) Released in $ Out of Stock. Save for Later.
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    Memuro

    6 years ago

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    Catalogue numbers: first appears on intermittently up to , and in continuous run thereafter, until United Artists takes control around ending (this info needs more checking). The sale of Blue Note to the giant Liberty Records in mid marked the end of an era. The vital task of record pressing moved overnight from Plastylite NJ, who had pressed all .
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    Aragar

    6 years ago

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    Tracks like ‘This Wheels On Fire’ and ‘Quinn The Eskimo’ were being played on the popular Pasadena “underground” station KPPC-FM5 and reel-to-reel copies of the fourteen-song tape could be bought for $5 at the LA record store Records and Supertape.6 In any event, Ken and Dub began talking about getting a Dylan vinyl LP pressed up.
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    Mukora

    6 years ago

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    There is a song I am looking for that I think is a tictoc song and in a commercial in the commercial there’s people dancing with a purple and blue background and it’s a part of the song where you can barely understand the words but it’s like a party song and I have been looking for it for days and I can’t find it it’s in a female voice.