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Stuff It - Aheads - Aheads 1978 - 1983 (CD, Album)

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  1. TREAT or "THE TREAT" as they called themselves at first was formed by Robert Ernlund (Vocals), Anders "Gary" Wikström (Guitar) and Leif "Lillen" Liljegren (Guitar) in Stockholm /Sweden in , but they had all been playing together since early in The Boys (14), a more straight ahead Rock band who sang in swedish only and recorded one album.
  2. A flamboyant, gravelly-voiced rock/pop singer who fronted the Faces before becoming one of the biggest stars of the s and '80s. Read Full Biography.
  3. Official Albums Chart Top 05 June - 11 June The UK's Top biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and.
  4. Oct 20,  · Head East's Concert History. Head East was a hard rock quintet originally from south central Illinois, then Champaign, Illinois, USA. They released their first album, Flat as a Pancake, in on their own record label (Pyramid Records) selling all 5, records and eight-tracks produced.
  5. The 2nd Album Repackage 'NCT # Neo Zone: The Final Round' [2nd PLAYER Ver.] NCT $ $ 99 Up All Nite With Prince: The One Nite Alone Collection Prince.
  6. The following survey of the best albums of the Eighties, as selected by the editors of Rolling Stone, shows that the music and the values it stands for have been richer for the struggle. Punks.
  7. When they released their last album about 12 years later, the band had recorded everything from art-funk to polyrhythmic worldbeat explorations and simple, melodic guitar pop. Between their first album in and their last in , Talking Heads became one of the most critically acclaimed bands of the '80s, while managing to earn several pop.
  8. In longer albums the grooves have to be cut closer together which can affect sound quality. Many albums were made as double LPs to get around this. These could consist of two vinyl LPs in a single 2-LP box, or one double-sided LPs are seven inches across and spin at .
  9. This is the album on which the Talking Heads came into their own. Sure, 77 was charming, in its faux-naïve, art-school way, but More Songs finds the band pushing their eccentricities to new, harder-edged heights, the signature cat-scratch guitars scuffling around crisp, martial beats. Brian Eno’s production punches up the drums and bass for a weird fusion of funk, punk, and New Wave herky.

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