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Sometimes I Wonder - Various - revolt. Compilation (CD, Album)

19.07.2019
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9 thoughts on “ Sometimes I Wonder - Various - revolt. Compilation (CD, Album)

  1. A glam rock and disco Beatles cover album named "worst ever" by Maxim in April , a list which contained pop albums from the '70s to '90s. [12] [13] The Sgt. Pepper's movie soundtrack was the first album in history to "return platinum" as stores took over four million copies of it off their shelves to ship back to their distributors.
  2. Oct 25,  · “The Best Albums of the s According To Some Random Guy” My list would include almost none of these albums — which is to say, this sort of thing is completely subjective, and makes articles like this pointless. Also, WAY too much frigging Ghost (one .
  3. Dec 20,  · The artwork for Vampire Weekend’s fourth album is pure Windows 97 ClipArt, earnest United Colors of Benetton graphics, CD-era prosperity in its prominent positioning of Sony’s label.
  4. David Bowie’s 25th and final studio album, released two days before his death, Blackstar feels like a knowing final nod to the world, a parting gift for fans – and Bowie at some of his inventive best. Most 69 year-old rock legends would have been content with releasing a suite of comfy, head-nodding numbers to end their career, but that wasn’t Bowie’s way: Blackstar is all spiky art.
  5. Jul 02,  · sometimes i wonder Lyrics: What's going on, I think I found a way / I know I could be wrong without the words to say / And now I’m thinking about the way you fucked me up / And now I .
  6. Jan 02,  · The album was recorded live, appropriately enough at Detroit’s Grande Ballroom, but as the band’s later studio albums would prove, it was the only way to capture the restless amp-crankers.
  7. This CD compilation was made in the EU. I was very disappointed with this compilation as most of the songs on this set are NOT the originals. It's common practice in the EU to make compilations in which recordings are re-recorded by someone else, making it sound almost like the original and passing it off as the original, including the artist/5(79).
  8. “Songs in the Key of Life” marked the end of that period and stands as Wonder’s most beloved album for a variety of reasons. As the title suggests, the album focuses on various facets of life.
  9. Remastering: at Masterpiece. Thanks to Barbara Ruskin, John Carter, Roger Bolton and Nigel Lees. A vastly inferior vinyl-only version of this release appeared in on the Tenth Planet label as The Electric Lemonade Acid Test Volume 1 (An Anthology Of The President Label ) and The Electric Lemonade Acid Test Volume 2 (An Anthology Of The Transatlantic And Big T Labels )4/5(5).

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