Category: Rock and Roll


    1. Brajind

      Jun 25,  · Pete Krebs & The Gossamer Wings premiere the title track off All My Friends Are Ghosts (Cavity Search Records) today with American guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo describes, “Krebs poeticism is almost reminiscent of the way Townes Van Zandt could nonchalantly present pure lyrical brilliance without a trace of the immense effort it took to write”.
    2. Zujin

      Real Friends is an American pop punk band from Tinley Park, Illinois, United States. To date, the band has released six EPs and three studio albums. The band was formerly signed to Fearless guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo band released their third studio album Composure on July 13,
    3. Grot

      Jul 27,  · After an almost decade-long don't-call-it-a-comeback, vinyl looks poised for a. have been climbing: The average vinyl LP grossed $ last year in current dollars, based on RIAA data, up.
    4. Malarg

      Limited half red/half pink colored vinyl LP pressing including digital download. EP by pop-punk band Real Friends, currently signed to Fearless Records. These are the five songs that were the bridge to Real Friends' growth. They are raw, honest, fast. These songs are very meaningful to .
    5. Tauzshura

      VARIOUS Friends Again ( UK track compilation LP, featuring tracks from Dolly Parton, Jennifer Warnes, Kenny Rogers, Linda Ronstadt, Dr. Hook, Crystal Gayle & more, picture sleeve. The sleeve is still in its original open shrink & the vinyl is near 'as new' LPIMP8).
    6. Gajas

      Sep 26, · PERRY COMO - EASY LISTENING, a duplicate two-LP reissue of an RCA CAMDEN compilation from, does contain simulated stereo tracks. Perry Como had it all: good looks, a gorgeously mellow voice and a relaxed manner that made him a hit on both records and TV. Here was a uniquely humble man in an industry of giant egos/5(2).
    7. Tucage

      Apr 19,  · Vinyl is great, but the idea that its sound quality is superior to that of uncompressed digital recordings is preposterous. They sound different, and that's exactly the point. What vinyl can't doAuthor: Dylan Matthews.

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