MCH-Band - MCH-Band 1982-1989 album flac
- Album: MCH-Band 1982-1989
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Album Name Greatest Hits 1982-1989. Erscheinungsdatum 17 November 1989. Labels Reprise Records Full Moon. Musik GenreJazz Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen4. 1. Hard to Say I'm Sorry, Get Away.
Nine tracks over 2 vinyl: Scum & Slime (1985) Stretching it Wider (1982) Life is a Killer (1982) Sucking Mud (1986) Exiled in Domestic Life (1983) It’s a mistake to think you’re special (1989) I gambled with my anger and lost (1983) The Strength of Pleasure (live) (1984) Stretching it Wider (live) (1982).
Greatest Hits 1982–1989 is the third greatest hits album, and twentieth album overall, by the American band Chicago, released by Full Moon/Reprise Records on November 21, 1989. Covering the era that stretched from 1982's Chicago 16 to Chicago 19 in 1988, the set is also balanced by the appearances of both Peter Cetera and his replacement Jason Scheff Chicago was issued in countries outside North America, with similar artwork but a different.
The Mikoláš Chadima Band, Mikoláš Chadima & The Extempore Band released two double LPs on Globus International which were all but not easy to listen. This double live CD is quite different and offers excellent psychedelic Rock with an Underground touch. MCH BAND - Live 20 Let - 2 CD 2003 Black Point Music. MCH BAND - Nech Svetlo Dohoret Katerino - CD 2007 Black Point Music. MCH BAND - 1982 - 1989 - 6 CD 2007 Black Point Music. Similar items: MCH BAND - Live 20 Let - 2 CD 2003 Black Point Music.
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All the great songs and lyrics from the "Seven Year Itch: 1982-1989" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Platinum Blonde is a New Wave group that was first active from 1982 to the early 1990s. The band originally consisted of Mark Holmes from Mansfield, England on vocals and bass, Sergio Galli on guitar and Chris Steffler on drums. Scottish musician Kenny MacLean later joined the group as the bassist.