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No Groove (Or The Wildest B-Side Ever Recorded)

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8 thoughts on “ No Groove (Or The Wildest B-Side Ever Recorded) ”

  1. Tojajora says:
    Aug 15,  · Using the moniker Kid Dakota, indie musician Darren Jackson recorded a spaced-out “Into The Groove” for the compilation “More Than a Woman: Female Artists Covered by 19 Male Bands.” It was a mess of guitars and drums, sounding like it had originally been a sunny shoegaze song recorded onto a casette tape that now sounded warped.
  2. Faegul says:
    Feb 04,  · Here are the album's 11 tracks, ranked from worst to best. (And include an asterisk around No. 4 or 5 for classic B-side "Silver Springs," whose exclusion from the album is basically all you need.
  3. Duzilkree says:
    Welcome, then, to our list of the 50 Most “Out There” Albums Of All Time. Dig in, hold on tight and when you've emerged from the mayhem, let us know what we've missed by voting for your own ultimate weird record. We’ll compile a readers’ list as soon as our wigs have unflipped.
  4. Zulular says:
    Vinyl, Released by Whitney, in genre Rock & Pop, on 06/02/
  5. Mazumuro says:
    Sep 10,  · Motown Records released this Respect Yourself 45 in , and with it, its b-side, Fun Time which, as you may know, was a full two years before John McClane saved Nakatomi Plaza from a terrorist overthrow don’t tell me you’ve already forgotten! Anywho, enjoy your Thursday with a little Bruce and keep those pesky terrorist at bay. Yippee kai, Motown Records!
  6. Tulmaran says:
    Non-album B-side No / / / B-side to "Eat the Music" An Endless Sky of Honey Aerial: No / / / Aerial CD2 was presented as a single track for its reissue. Egypt Never for Ever: No / / / The Empty Bullring Non-album B-side No / / / B-side to "Breathing" Experiment IV: The Whole Story: Yes 23 12 / Only single from The Whole.
  7. Vudolkree says:
    Groove, the soundtrack compilation for the film of the same name, sounds like yet another tired DJ mix destined to collect dust in the dance/electronica racks of your local music verkingmolawbsibcyarisengiotenconsschool.coinfo soundtracks rarely translate into relevant listening without the intended movie attached. However, occasionally, in albums such as 's Run Lola Run and 's Trainspotting, a movie 4/
  8. Mezizragore says:
    Jan 31,  · Surprisingly, I have found no evidence that she ever recorded solo. The groove exemplifies Bo’s funk tendencies that began to blossom in his ’s work and came to the forefront on his singles for Scram and his own labels at the end of the decade and beyond.

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