Category: Classic Rock

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    1. Samurn

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      This is really awesome! It is a vintage Scuba Diver Set with 3 floatable pieces. Soft Unbreakable Plastic! Torpedo with Detachable Diver! Made by Choice Toys, Made in Hong Kong. The package measures 4” across and is 5 ½” tall. It has never been opened or played with. It is in overall very good.
    2. Goltikasa

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      A site dedicated to the artwork of operatic diva vinyl. From the sublime to the ridiculous. T DIVAS 71 covers by 45 divas These singers have their own gallery pages: Kiri Te Kanawa. Click picture for close up and disc details: KLARA TAKACS ILONA TOKODY .
    3. Tozuru

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      Automatic Dlamini was John Parish's band, but their second album, 's From a Diva to a Diver, included musical contributions from Polly Harvey. Both groups where part of a Somerset and Bristol based indie scene that the guy with the tapes was also part of, by way of his involvement with a band called The Tony Head Experience.
    4. Jum

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      Aug 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of From A Diva To A Diver on Discogs/5(6).
    5. Shakora

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      The Glitter Vinyl Series line has a shiny, smooth texture, an iridescent holographic appearance, with a brushed COTTON backing rather than the canvas style backing. Glitter is incased in the vinyl and does not flake off. mm thick Each Sheet Continued $ – $ Select options.
    6. JoJogami

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      Jan 16,  · The Seiko SKX is probably the most famous entry level diver out there. It is solidly constructed with Seiko’s own 7S26 movement, an entry level automatic movement that has a day/date function but is neither hand windable (it winds only via the rotor) nor hacking (the second hand does not stop when the crown is pulled out to adjust the time).
    7. Vikazahn

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      1 x Vinyl LP, Album Netherlands A1 - Stand Up And Shout () A2 - Holy Diver () A3 - Gypsy () A4 - Caught In The Middle () (It’s only on the album Holy Diver. There’s a lot of fretwiddling involved.) In summary then, it’s good, but it ain’t great, and it’s a bit flabby and indulgent at points, the sound is /5().

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