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That Was A Day - FurtherMore - Trajectory (Cassette, Album)

Posted on 24.01.2020 by Kigadal
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9 Responses to That Was A Day - FurtherMore - Trajectory (Cassette, Album)

  1. Maktilar says:
    Jay Z's album was released on cassette this year It's the highest level of cassette sales in more than a decade, going back to , when 21, units were purchased by fans.
  2. Fenrishicage says:
    Petroleum Spirit Daze by Swervedriver, released 16 July 1. Son of Mustang Ford 2. Volcano Trash 3. Juggernaut Rides 4. Kill the Superheroes In there was much change in the air - the Polish "Solidarność" Solidarity movement won that country’s first free election which triggered transformation all across Europe and the world but it occurred on the very same day that Chinese combat.
  3. Voodoora says:
    The hit, "What a difference a day makes" appears in two forms and two tempos, the released track clocks in at and the bonus cut at My favourite tracks are the great version of Kenny Gamble/Leon Huff's "One night affair" (she had lived that one!), an excellent reading of "I can stand a little rain" and a belting version of Lu Emerson /5(15).
  4. Mazragore says:
    Nov 09,  · Their third album (in the UK), A Hard Day's Night, was yet to be released. I bought both albums on five-inch reel-to-reel tape, and yes that was a thing in those days. And so yes I do remember when the cassette, or Compact Cassette to give it its full title, was invented. And I also remember my surprise when the so-called Musicassette came out.
  5. Arashijas says:
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  6. Voodookora says:
    However you listened to your music back in the day, there’s no denying the era of the audio cassette tape. So let’s take a look back at how the cassette tape came, conquered, caved and spurred a comeback. The 8-Track Takeover. Prior to the release of the first cassette players, the 8-track tape was the king of car stereos.
  7. Kisida says:
    Unlimited by K-Mack, released 23 July 1. The Intro 2. Tryin 2 Blow 3. Neva Hog Day Mic 4. Speak Da Clout 5. Quiet Az Kept 6. Golden Material 7. Spot Frontin MC's 8. UnLimited Feat. Silouette 9. In Baltimore Me Him & Him Feat. JD & Jay Funk Bogus In Baltimore (Remix) On The Streetz Niggaz Change (Bonus Track) Strictly limited edition of copies on colored vinyl.
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    The Manson Family Album is the first studio recording by American rock band Marilyn Manson and a precursor to their debut studio album, 's Portrait of an American liasincabawinnutheatreegenessfatek.coinfo was produced by Roli Mosimann and is composed of original takes and mixes of songs which were later found on their debut album. However, the band and its eponymous vocalist were unhappy with Mosimann's production.
  9. Doujora says:
    Apocalyptic Bastard by Darko the Super, released 24 February 1. Take My CD 2. Working for the Weak End 3. Mad World 4. The Prince of Kalamazoo 5. Donald Trump Sucks 6. Life is Unfair 7. The Day I Beat Yao Ming 8. High School Hero 9. I'm Goo Goo Ga Ga Over You The Shape of Death to Come Dirtbag Baby (Teenage Against Still Hasn't Paid Off Yet)

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