Category: Classic Rock

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    1. Kaganris

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      So much pain, uncertainty, insecurity, dark humor, even awkward pathos. The album is bookended with two smart rockers of stunning confidence; "You Better You Bet" and "Another Tricky Day" offer some of Townshend's finest lyrical side journeys ("I'm not into your passport picture/I just like your nose") and straightforward, delicious rock n /5().
    2. Arara

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      The cassette package includes: Ron Beaudet "Awkward Age"-Tereshkova "Romance Space"-Dude Japan "Will You Meet Me There?"-Squanto "A Gift and A Favor"-Bare Pale "If It Is"-Kind of Like Paris "s/t ep"-Swim Ignorant Fire "Belly of the Whale".
    3. Saktilar

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      The last two years have been very, very busy for the label as far as new releases and I still have a whole bunch more coming out before the year is over.
    4. Arashikree

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      John Lennon wrote this gentle folk-rock ballad in the autumn of at his home in Kenwood, St. George’s Hill Estate, Weybridge, Surrey. Just as "Yesterday" mysteriously came to Paul McCartney, "Nowhere Man" simply came to Lennon at dawn after he'd stayed up all night, struggling to come up with a new song for Rubber Soul. He happened upon a phrase, "nowhere man," which, he felt, described Missing: Ron Beaudet.
    5. Kajizuru

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nowhere Man on Discogs. Label: Starline - A,Capitol Records - A • Format: Vinyl 7 The Beatles - Nowhere Missing: Ron Beaudet.
    6. Zuk

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      The picture quality was absoululy perfect. And what a film Nowhere To Run is. I've always thought it was one of Jean Claude Van Damme's best films, perhaps even THE best he has ever done. I do have my favourite JCVD films, Universal Soilder, Time Cop, Hard Target, Blood Sport and AWOL. But there is something a little different about Nowhere To girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfos:
    7. Gardajind

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      Ron Beaudet is based out of Worcester, MA and puts an isolated North East stamp on the genre of slacker pop with his full length "Awkward Age". Brimming with pure undeniable pop sensibility layered in reverb, the sounds Beaudet captures on "Awkward Age" is .
    8. Dak

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Now That's What I Call Music 12 on Discogs. Label: Virgin EMI - TC NOW 12,Polygram - TC NOW 12 • Series: Now That's What I Call Music! - 12 • Format: 2x, Cassette Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock, Funk / Soul, Pop • Style: RnB/Swing Missing: Ron Beaudet.

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