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The One Who Didnt - Bodega Band - 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. By Vilabar on 2 October, Twisted Sister shows with their debut that it's not a good idea to judge a book by its cover. Behind the make up and the immense amount of hairspray is a straight up heavy metal album that can certainly hold it's own with other classics of this time. If you don't like glam metal, don't write Under the Blade off.
  2. Future Me Hates Me by The Beths, released 10 August 1. Great No One 2. Future Me Hates Me 3. Uptown Girl 4. You Wouldn't Like Me 5. Not Running 6. Little Death 7. Happy Unhappy 8. River Run: Lvl 1 9. Whatever Less Than Thou The Beths occupy a warm, energetic sonic space between joyful hooks, sun-soaked harmonies, and acerbic lyrics.
  3. May 06,  · The Washington, D.C. area and its homegrown musical genre of Go-Go remained largely regional despite some flashes of commercial success by .
  4. Stage Fright is the third studio album by Canadian–American group the Band, released in It featured two of the group's best known songs, "The Shape I'm In" and "Stage Fright", both of which showcased inspired lead vocal performances (by Richard Manuel and Rick Danko, respectively) and became staples in the group's live sitterffivepupkanalxoemysaddecow.coinfo Fright was a contradictory record, combining buoyant.
  5. Witness Scroll by BODEGA, released 11 February 1. Endlessly Scrolling 2. Name Escape 3. Bookmarks 4. Can't Knock The Hustle 5. No Vanguard Revival 6. Margot 7. Stain Glaze 8. Gyrate 9. Jack In Titanic Truth Is Not Punishment WITNESS SCROLL, a live album recorded May at the Poetry Club (Glaslow) and the Lexington (London).
  6. Aug 26,  · Label: Volcano (2) - LP,Volcano (2) - LP,Tool Dissectional - LP,Tool Dissectional - LP • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Picture Disc, Reissue g • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal.
  7. May 27, · These were the days when the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band were at their creative peak. Shortly after the release of this album the band went into commercial pop music and then into very commercial country music. Not that those eras were bad (the Dirt Band didn't do bad) but they were very safe periods for them/5(11).
  8. How Did This Happen?! by BODEGA, released 06 July It’s new world now. Don’t discriminate. Everyone is equally a master and a slave. How did this happen?! I see you walk past the demonstration. Two chips on your shoulder. You’re a culture connoisseur and your pain is real. Two chips on your shoulder. Stuck wading through a crowd of radical daughters.

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