Stukas - Squeezing Out album flac
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|STUK 003/REALLY FAST 014||Stukas||Squeezing Out (7")||Really Fast Records||STUK 003/REALLY FAST 014||Sweden||1991|
|STUK 003/REALLY FAST 014||Stukas||Squeezing Out (7", TP)||Really Fast Records||STUK 003/REALLY FAST 014||Sweden||1991|
Stukas (2) – Squeezing Out. Label: Really Fast Records – STUK 003/REALLY FAST 014.
The Dickies Army presents: Stukas over Disneyland. I do not own the ALBUM image, I do not own the MICKEY MOUSE Image.
Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Graham Parker and his band the Rumour. The album was released in March 1979. Critically acclaimed, Squeezing Out Sparks was voted album of the year in The Village Voice's year-end Pazz & Jop critics' poll and later ranked number 334 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Title: Squeezing Out. Style: Power Pop, Punk.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind. 4. Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin Cover). 5. Pretty Please Me. 6. Wagon Train. 7. If Stuart Could Talk. 8. Stukas over Disneyland. 1. 2. 3. I'm Okay, You're Okay. 9. She's a Hunchback. 10. Out of Sight, Out of Mind. 11.
Squeezing Out Sparks. This album has an average beat per minute of 145 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Squeezing Out Sparks. BPM Profile Squeezing Out Sparks. Album starts at 160BPM, ends at 145BPM (-15), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Graham Parker & The Rumour.
Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English musician Graham Parker and his band the Rumour . 8 Questions By Paramore23 Last updated: Nov 29, 2016. Please take the quiz to rate it.
Squeezing Out Sparks, produced by former Phil Spector arranger Jack Lonely Surfer Nitzsche, lets you hear what Parker was after on Stick to Me, for it’s made in the same vein, though this time the music is full of presence: turn the record up and it gets more exciting, not more shrill. In 1977, Graham Parker and the Rumour were reaching for the harshest edge in their music, and that’s what they offer here. Discovering Japan, the first cut on Squeezing Out Sparks and the number that best speaks for the album, rams home Parker’s by reducing it to a demand for meaning, for the fleeting revelations through which one makes sense of the world. Released by Universal Music Group Jan 1979 10 Tracks. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').