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Okay - Various - Flash Music Vol.04 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Tygotaur
    In addition to the great music within, this vinyl release also comes in a super rare gatefold cover, for the first time in over three decades. Friday Music has also packaged the album in a poly lined protective sleeve and a poly bag for the album cover too. Flash Flash Track Listing: 1. Small Beginnings (from the film Record Review) 2. Morning.
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  2. Kidal
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! - The Rolling Stones In Concert at Discogs. .
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  3. Samutaur
    Oct 18,  · Album Hybrid Theory (Bonus Edition) Writers Brad Delson, Rob Bourdon, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington, Joseph “Joe” Hahn The Flash Music Universe , views. Arrow/ Flash music.
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  4. Zutaxe
    Sep 25,  · Flash was also known for having one of the most interesting album covers ever released, redone again for the first time in 3 decades as a beautiful gatefold cover with the audio impeccably remastered onto gram vinyl/5(33).
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  5. Yotilar
    Somewhere in the s, vinyl records and listening to music on vinyl records had a resurgence, and it regained popularity. As the LP was a staple for years, there are still plenty of vintage albums on the market, as well as new vinyl releases from modern popular artists.
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  6. Kagak
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  7. Tygoshakar
    The incredible cohesion of the album belatedly pointed out the one thing Flash had lacked: a solid flow of superiorly restrained mastery. The boys had been over-indulgent whilst in ensemble, producing great music, but not of the stellarly High Art order shown here.
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  8. Dutaxe
    Flash drummer, Mike Hough was found later after an advertisement was placed in the London weekly music paper. Tony Kaye, then the first ex-Yes keyboard player, was a session player on the first album Flash and not a permanent member of the band. The single "Small Beginnings" from debut album, Flash, reached No. 28 on Billboard. The song can be.
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