October 2

Faster And Louder - Various - Sharp (16 Sharp New Rock Acts) (Vinyl, LP)



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Posted 15.07.2019 by Fenrishakar in category "DEFAULT

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Gucage on
    The 2nd Album Repackage 'NCT # Neo Zone: The Final Round' [1st PLAYER Ver.] NCT
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  2. By Arashitaxe on
    This is a bargain-basement compilation that does it's job and acts as a sufficient sampler for the genre of "Southern Rock". Now, keeping in mind that due to licensing and compensation issues, manufacturers of this stuff can't neccessarily afford to always put on what they would like and, how a one cd sampler can never be considered a comprehensive representative of the genre, this brief /5(40).
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  3. By Meztishura on
    vinyl LP: £ VARIOUS-PUNK & NEW WAVE New New Rock ( Dutch promotional-only track 7" vinyl EP featuring one minute fragments from the Ramones, Pretenders, Undertones, Talking Heads, Spiderz and more. Housed in a foldout poster sleeve with a photo and br ief biography for each band [All writing in Dutch] - A great promotional item!
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  4. By Akinolabar on
    Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Sharp (16 Sharp New Rock Acts) at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(15).
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  5. By Ner on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Sharp (16 Sharp New Rock Acts) on Discogs.
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  6. By Moogubar on
    Dec 08,  · The example demonstrated here, the Sharp RP from , let you navigate records using features you would expect to find on a CD player. The demonstration part starts at Old HiFi.
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  7. By Faut on
    Nov 16,  · Sharp RS and SCCD system - Stereo Dual Double Cassette Deck, Quartz Synthesizer AM FM Radio Tuner, Graphic Equalizer EQ, Single Compact Disc CD player and SM CD Power Amplifier.
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  8. By Gogar on
    CDs + Vinyl: 5 Seconds Of Summer – Youngblood CD/LP (Capitol). On their third studio album Youngblood, Australian band 5 Seconds Of Summer (hailed as the “biggest new rock act in the world” by Rolling Stone) expands its musical parameters while retaining the hooks and trademark DNA that’s always been a massive part of the group’s appeal.. Vocalist/guitarist Luke Hemmings explains.
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