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  1. Bazilkree

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    Apr 30,  · First in this set of four CD reissues is Bootsy’s first solo album, Stretchin’ Out, and it is a doozy. Introducing Bootsy as a solo performer to a Bootzilla-hungry funk world, the album shows the self-proclaimed Thumpasaurus Rex for what he is: a good-humored joker who wasn’t afraid to bring a sense of light-heartedness to some of the.
  2. Yozshulkis

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    Dec 17,  · Deadbeat Poets – Hallelujah Anyway (Pop Detective Lp/Cd) mientras Terry es el autor de temas en estado de gracia firmando trabajos de muy diferente pelaje entre ellos como “Lezbo Hotel”, Cavestomspers (1) cd (21) Certified Records (4) Chamber of Sounds Records (1).
  3. Mikus

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    Deadbeat Poets Profile: The Deadbeat Poets are four veterans of the Youngstown/Cleveland Ohio rock scene: Bass player Frank Secich was a key member of the seminal seventies powerpop band Blue Ash who later worked with Stiv Bators and The Dead Boys.
  4. Nikokinos

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    Mar 28,  · Deadbeat deluxe are a three piece Rock n Roll band from Newport in South Wales, UK.
  5. Dilabar

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    Deadbeat Poets ‎– Hallelujah Anyway Lezbo Hotel Written-By – Terry Hartman: B6: School For Dictators Deadbeat Poets: Hallelujah Anyway ‎ (CD, Album, Car) Pop Detective Records: none: US: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release/5(2).
  6. Samuzragore

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    Hallelujah Anyway, an album by The Deadbeat Poets on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Maulkis

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    Stand up and shout hallelujah! Two of the greatest lost soul albums of the ’70’s have finally been reissued after way too many years out of print. Kudos to Light In The Attic for digging up these great albums and allowing the world to once again enjoy the unfettered funk .
  8. Voodoobei

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    DEADBEAT POETS will take you on a sonic ride through different decades and remind you of your youth, your lost loves, and point the way towards new adventures.”Hallelujah, Anyway” is a must have if you belong to the real rocknroll album culture.

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