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Broken Homes - Various - CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 59 July 1998 (CD)

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  1. CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 72 August compilation August: July: includes XTC: Making Plans For Nigel. The World Is Full Of Angry Young Men (3'59). CD, Geffen USA (DGC), PRO-CD, September promo, digipak. Submerge Yourself In Sound compilation
  2. Also available as part of the CD box set SONY MUSIC YEARS: SOUNDTRACK FOR A CENTURY (). Compilation producers: Steve Berkowitz, Tom Vickers. Includes liner notes by Arthur Levy. Digitally remastered by Joe Palmacio (Sony Music Studios, New York, New York). " Q The Music 11 " Artist: Various Artists Released: Format: CD.
  3. CMJ New Music Monthly was a monthly music magazine with interviews, reviews, and special features published from to Each issue included a compact disc with 15 to 24 songs by well established bands, unsigned bands, and everything in date: Jun 22,
  4. CMJ New Music Monthly, Volume July CMJ New Music Monthly, Volume July Columbia House Presents the Best of Modern Rock, Volume 2. Compact Disc Club - Gold. Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The. Dad, I Blew Up America. Dance Connection - .
  5. CMJ New Music Monthly, Volume March Nov 28 CMJ New Music Monthly, Volume July Average White Band He’s the Greatest Dancer - Sister Sledge Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry Source: CD. Audiophile CD Collection. 26 Sweet Sounds of Soul. Nov
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of CMJ New Music Monthly Volume 59 July on Discogs/5(4).
  7. RUBIN'S ROCK N ROLL DISCOGRAPHY REFERENCE is a list of ROCK N ROLL bands and their most important songs with detailed info for each song. Details include album, label, year, lead singer, and, in some cases, a quote from the song. It is intended to help you determine who sings your song and on what album you can find it. It represents over ten years of research by Dan Rubin.
  8. The Big Express is the seventh studio album by English rock band XTC, released on 15 October by Virgin is an autobiographical concept album inspired by the band's hometown of Swindon and its railway system, the Swindon comparison to its predecessor Mummer (), which had a modest, pastoral approach to production, the album features a bright, uptempo sound marked by.

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