Various - Record Review album flac
Title: Record Review
Style: House, Techno, Acid House, Disco
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Musicians play music, and when they play, they don't begin something so much as they pick something back up that was there all along, and music expands like a delta this way, an unbreakable loop that doesn't begin or end but just rolls onward like a wave
The question of what constitutes the first rock'n'roll record is controversial and highly emotive. It takes in serious issues about attitudes to race in 1940s America and interminable nitpicking internet arguments about snare drum accents and eight-to-the-bar boogie-woogie rhythms. It began decades ago, when Sam Phillips announced he had discovered the sound that changed the world years before Elvis Presley had fetched up in Sun Studio, offering Jackie Brenston's admittedly amazing 1952 single Rocket 88 as evidence. Indeed, you could say that The First Rock and Roll Record is exhaustive to a fault.
BTS World: Original Soundtrack. by: Joshua Minsoo Kim.
Various Artists: The Rough Guide To Latin Psychedelia.
Various Record Covers. By Plastic Retro · Updated about 5 months ago. CD covers I've scanned and restored, by various artists who released just one album.
Some Bizzare Album was the first album by Some Bizzare Records. It was released in 1981 as a sampler of the label's musical ethos. The acts were not actually signed exclusively to the label at the time. They first decided to take their demo tape to various other record companies, only to be rejected by every one. After a bad first meeting with Daniel Miller of Mute Records (Miller was in a bad mood due to a problem with some Fad Gadget artwork), the door was left open for Pearce to include Depeche Mode on his. Some Bizzare Album. During an evening at the Bridgehouse, in Canning Town, Pearce chatted with Depeche Mode about his new label and compilation album. At the time, the band had been supporting Fad Gadget
|A1||–Nicole*||Rock The House||5:45|
|A2||–Bohannon*||Let's Start The Dance||5:41|
|B1||–Robin Wants Revenge||Robin Wants Revenge||4:13|
|B2||–Heatwave||Always And Forever||6:10|
|B3||–Unknown Artist||Scratch This||0:38|
NotesB1: Mistitled as 'Robin Wants Revenge' on label. The correct name of this track is 'Well (Franklie) My Son'.
White label with green print.
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|R&R 1||Various||R&R 1 (12", Unofficial)||R & R Record Review||R&R 1||Canada||Unknown|
|RR-1||Various||Record Review (12", Unofficial)||R & R Record Review||RR-1||Canada||Unknown|
|RR-1||Various||Record Review (12", Unofficial)||R & R Record Review||RR-1||Canada||1989|
|R&R 1||Various||R&R 1 (12", Unofficial)||R & R Record Review||R&R 1||Canada||1989|
|RR 1||Various||Record Review (12", Unofficial)||R & R Record Review||RR 1||Canada||1989|