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Tear It Up - Various - The Music Box Vol. 13 (CDr, Album)

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  1. P.O. Box JP Eindhoven The Netherlands Sites: jesdoctchicwhaniltesthapsringgaselbreli.coinfo, MySpace.
  2. Nov 10,  · Tear It Up Lyrics: Tear it up, tear it up, yeah / Tear it up, tear it up, yeah / Tear it up, tear it up, yeah / Here we go now, here we go / So don't make me tear it up / .
  3. It's hard not to wonder why the four-disc Music Box even exists. After all, Rhino has not only released definitive reissues of all of the Monkees' studio albums, complete with bonus tracks, but the label has a series devoted to rarities (Missing Links), a single-disc greatest hits album, a double-disc anthology, and another four-disc box, Listen to the Band, which is excellent/5(73).
  4. Time-Life's The Folk Years is a massive survey of folk, pop-folk, and folk-rock from the s and s spread out over eight discs. At 15 songs per CD -- equaling total -- this chronicle offers a healthy sampling of popular folk music covering dozens of known and forgotten singers and bands.
  5. 13 – The Bobby Fuller Four: I Fought The Law: 14 – Joe South: Games People Play: 15 – The Cowsills: Indian Lake: 16 – The Buckinghams: Kind Of A Drag: 17 – The Foundations: Build Me Up Buttercup: 18 – Edison Lighthouse: Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) 19 – The Moody Blues: Go Now: 20 – The Knickerbockers: Lies.
  6. Feb 16,  · jesdoctchicwhaniltesthapsringgaselbreli.coinfo Despite its mirror-ball packaging, The Disco Box presents the music as it was heard on AM radio, not in clubs. The 80 tunes are well-chosen, but almost all are heard in their single-edit version rather than in the often cathartic extended tracks that were one of /5(30).
  7. Aug 27,  · The new masterpiece of German epic metal pioneers EQUILIBRIUM, ‘Renegades,’ is out now. The album is heralding a watershed, the turn of an era for this genre. This is metal at its most epic and most monumental, bearing huge songs, resting firmly in the Zeitgeist with a massive, modern production and sporting quite a number of eclectic influences. [ ].
  8. The second track, “Tear It Up”, is guitarist Brian May’s song, and the demo features him doing the vocals instead of Mercury. It was written as an attempt to revive Queen’s old sound.

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