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All For Nothing - Yuppicide - Fear Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  3. 8. All for Nothing 9. Yellow Journalism First S/T 7” Fistful of Credit Cards Roots of Scorn Be A Man (and Slam) Envy Jesse Helms Squat Or Rot #2 7”comp Ourselves Fear Love LP Sound Advice All for Nothing Bang-Bang Yellow Journalism Difference Albatross Have fun or Identity Big.
  4. Very limited edition vinyl LP pressing of the release from this Swedish Death Metal band includes a free poster plus a CD version of the album! Century Media. I love this album. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Jedi BlackHauke. I gave up all for nothing, I tried my best and failed, There is a thousand million reasons /5(76).
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  8. May 02,  · Campkin said: “I think the record sleeve is paramount. With a vinyl album you feel you have spent ££15 on something tangible that will last.” Daltrey also believes that it was the switch to CDs that ultimately led to the music labels’ horrendous problems with digital music piracy.

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